14 Fancy Sandwich Recipes That Are Worthy of the Dinner Table
When you think of sandwiches, your head goes to lunch — an ooey gooey grilled cheese and tomato soup combo, or perhaps the beloved panini. Truth is, a creative sandwich makes for a totally appropriate dinner option as well — when done right. And by “right," we mean stuffed to the brim with more goodies than your hungry self can handle. Brace yourself, because these 14 dinner-friendly sandwich recipes will have your tummy grumbling HARD.
Chicken Caesar SandwichIf you truly believe that you don’t make friends with salad, you can at least appreciate this recipe. This ‘wich takes your favorite salad and stuffs it between some grilled bread for a filling and satisfying dinner. (via Eat Good 4 Life)
Fancy Muffaletta SandwichThis concoction just screams Italy. Layers of cold cuts and cheese are slathered with a tangy olive spread to bring the elements of an antipasto plate to your mouth in one magnificent bite. (via Honestly Yum)
Sweet Chili Pesto Burger Sliders
A fun mix of sweet chili sauce and pesto put a unique twist on these addictive sliders. (via Happy Foods)
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When you want a quick and easy meal, there’s nothing better than sandwich recipes!
As we’re coming up to a year of on-again, off-again lockdowns, I’ve been finding myself dreading dinner time.
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Do I have to cook again? I just made lunch!
The good news is, sandwiches are here to save us. Because what’s more satisfying than some soft, fresh bread filled with meats and cheeses?
Or a crunchy baguette or toasty grilled cheese?
Sandwiches are crazy versatile, plus, they’re just so easy to throw together.
So if you’re looking for some carb-errific recipes that go beyond just deli meat, this list of 30 satisfying sandwich recipes is for you.
1. Best Egg Salad Recipe
Egg salad is such a classic, and though you might not want to bring it on a plane or train anytime soon, you can’t deny that it’s creamy and delicious.
One tip I love is to mash your cooked yolks with the chopped egg whites.
It’s such a genius way to get that fantastic yolk flavor and silky smooth texture in every bite.
2. Best Grilled Cheese Sandwich Recipe
Grilled cheese is my go-to late-night snack, and I even have it for dinner when I’m not overly hungry.
When you have the right kind of bread and plenty of freshly grated cheese, it’s just the best!
I think people shy away from these sandwiches because they’re not willing to think outside the box… or the bread bin.
This other-worldly sandwich is sweet, decadent, and maybe not something to make every day.
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But if you’re looking for a weekend treat, it should be at the top of your list.
4. The Best Ham Sandwich You’ll Ever Eat
Yes, that’s a bold claim, and no, some of you won’t agree. But this is a pretty spectacular sandwich.
Between the crusty French bread and the spicy pepper jam, I was sold.
Pair that with some salty ham and tangy goat’s cheese, and you’ll have a flavor combo that will knock your socks off.
5. Smashed Chickpea Salad Sandwich
I once worked in a small vegan cafe, and I was in awe of their use of chickpeas. Have you ever tried chickpea blondies? Get ready to be amazed!
But my favorite recipe was definitely the sandwiches. Chickpeas are super mild in flavor, so you can add so much great stuff to the mix.
When they’re mashed, you’ll get a similar texture to that of chicken salad.
6. Banh Mi Sandwich
Banh mi is a Vietnamese word meaning “bread,” and it typically refers to a crunchy baguette-style sandwich.
They’re a hugely popular street food that often contains pickled carrots, mayo, daikon, chiles, cucumber slices, and some protein.
This recipe uses tofu, but you can add in whatever you might have on hand.
7. Elvis Presley’s Grilled Peanut Butter and Banana Sandwich
I’ve talked about this sandwich before, and I know you wanted to try it then. Well, if there were ever a time, it’s now!
Elvis knew what he liked, and he liked some indulgent stuff.
Not only does this sandwich have peanut butter and banana, but its also has bacon and a drizzle of honey, too.
8. Leftover Meatloaf Sandwich Recipe
This sandwich is similar to a burger in so many ways, and I love that it uses sliced bread rather than a thick bun.
Meatloaf is extra flavorful, in my opinion, and makes for one delicious faux-burger.
Of course, you could use a burger bun for this, but a thick slice of sourdough would be even better.
9. Apple, Cheddar & Turkey Panini
Isn’t it funny that we’ll try out things like this if it’s on a menu but not at home?
They’re so easy to recreate, and the sweet and salty flavors will elevate your sandwich game in a snap.
I like to use a mandolin to ensure I get nice thin slices of apple, or you could even dice it up and mix it with the mustard into a chunky spread.
10. Danish Smørrebrød (Open Sandwiches) with Remoulade
Remoulade, or remy, is a sauce I make often, and I have it with everything. It’s chunky, salty, tangy, and I haven’t found anything it doesn’t make instantly better.
As for the sandwiches, you’ll need some rye bread, which is typically quite dense and dark in Scandinavia. But you can use anything you like.
11. Easy Tuna Melts
Confession: I’m not a big lover of tuna melts. I don’t know if it’s the smell or the mix of tuna and cheese, but it just doesn’t work for me.
However, I know they’re wildly popular, so I had to include them for tuna lovers!
Even I have to admit that these toasted English muffin-melts look pretty delicious. Maybe they’ll convert me!
12. Spaghetti Sandwich
I was skeptical here. Spaghetti in a sandwich? It’s still pretty wild, but I can’t lie; it’s pretty tasty.
I love spaghetti with meat sauce and lots of cheese, and I’ll often have a side of garlic bread, too. This is all of that in one convenient package!
13. McDonald’s Sausage and Egg McMuffin Recipe
When I’m making McMuffins, I like to make a big batch and freeze them for quick, delicious sandwiches on the go.
Bake your sausages or bacon on a sheet tray, assemble, and wrap. It’s so simple.
If you don’t have any steel rings to make your eggs circular, it’s not the end of the world. It tastes the same either way.
I’ve even made my eggs on a tray and sliced them into Wendy’s-style squares.
14. Grilled Potato Sandwich
This carb-lover’s dream is a no-brainer. Potatoes in a sandwich? I’ll take two!
I’m a massive fan of these spicy potatoes and make them all the time. Now, I don’t often have leftovers, but when I do, this is the best way to use them up.
Just mash them a little and throw in some cheese, and it makes such an unusual but tasty grilled sandwich.
15. How to Make the Perfect BLT
There are five essential elements to make the perfect BLT: bacon, lettuce, tomato, mayo, and bread.
You can make it with just four, or maybe three of the five, but in my humble opinion, each ingredient serves a specific purpose, and it’s just not the same otherwise.
Thick-cut bacon is best since it holds up better for cooking. Although, I actually prefer to use back bacon like the Brits!
It has so much more meat and has a better texture.
As for the rest? Be sure to cut nice thick slices of tomato, don’t go overboard with the lettuce, and lightly toast your bread before smearing with a generous helping of real mayo.
16. Semi-Homemade Ice Cream Sandwiches
This might not be one to replace your dinner, but it’s absolutely one to make with the kids. Who doesn’t love an ice cream sandwich?
These don’t have to be neat and tidy, and you’ll spend a lot of time licking your fingers! And don’t be afraid to experiment.
Raspberry ice cream with white chocolate chunks, maybe? Or peanut butter swirl and crushed Oreos sounds good to me!
17. Meatball Sub
Tender meatballs on a garlic toasted loaf with lashings of marinara sauce is the stuff of dreams. Oh, and I forgot the cheese!
Hoagie rolls are the perfect bread for these, being soft and tender and crisping up on the edges as it toasts.
I like to spread mine with the garlic butter and toast with the cheese on the bread.
Another top tip to make things easier: cut your meatballs in half. It makes the sub so much easier to eat!
18. Homemade Sloppy Joes
Sloppy joes are so nostalgic. One bite will take you back to those summer camp days.
Serve them with fries, chips, pasta salad, or a few crunchy pickles for the perfect comforting meal.
Ideally, you’ll want a brioche roll for this since it’s softer, and the filling won’t seep out as you bite in.
Although, they are called sloppy joes, so don’t worry if you make a bit of a mess.
This is such a great mix to bulk out with veggies.
You can use anything from diced carrots and peppers to fresh tomatoes and squash, and the kids won’t even know it.
19. Veggie and Hummus Sandwich
This vibrant sandwich is so full of goodness; you won’t miss the meat.
Between the thick and juicy tomatoes, grated carrot, spinach, and cucumber slices, it’s is super filling.
I love to use hummus as a sandwich spread, letting it provide flavor and a bit of moisture to the mix. You can even keep it vegan by omitting the cheese.
Replace it with a sprinkling of nutritional yeast to add a cheesy, savory flavor.
20. The Ultimate Clubhouse Sandwich
For some reason, I just can’t resist a club sandwich. If it’s on the menu, you can almost guarantee I’ll order it.
I prefer mine with grilled chicken and avocado, but sliced ham or turkey is also a winner. The key to making a club sandwich, though, is in the bread.
As in, one, two, three slices! If you leave out the middle piece, your sandwich will lose its structure, and things will start to slide out.
21. Louisville’s Historic Brown Hotel’s Original “Hot Brown” Sandwich Recipe
If you’re looking specifically for a sandwich that’s filling enough for dinner, it’s this one.
This simple turkey and tomato club becomes something extra with the addition of a creamy mornay sauce that covers the sandwiches before the whole thing gets baked.
This dolled-up grilled ham and cheese is worth the extra few steps, I promise.
Like with the recipe above, you’ll need to make a creamy mornay sauce, which gets poured on top of the sandwich before being covered in cheese and grilled.
The sauce is so creamy and really elevates this simple sandwich.
23. Braaibroodjie (South African Grilled Cheese Sandwich)
Given my love for grilled cheese sandwiches, you won’t be surprised to hear I go looking for fun new ways to make this classic dish.
This one caught my eye because of the mango chutney.
Not only does this have sweet and spicy mango chutney, but it’s also loaded with caramelized onions, tomatoes, and plenty of cheese.
24. Mozzarella in Carrozza (Italian Fried Mozzarella Sandwich)
This was the first time I’d ever seen this recipe, and boy, am I glad I did. Are you a mozzarella stick lover? Then this one’s for you.
All you’ll need is to fill some white bread with slices of mozzarella and dredge it in egg and breadcrumbs, like how you would with chicken tenders.
Once it’s fried, the whole outer crust is golden and crunchy, with an ooey-gooey, cheesy center.
25. Best Falafel Sandwich
I guess these are more of a wrap than a sandwich, but I like to think they’re all in the same family.
Falafels are super tasty, but putting them into bread might be a little much. The lighter wraps are just what you’ll need to hold it all together.
If you’re not a huge fan of tahini, you can use mayo, or Greek Tzatziki Sauce is another excellent option to complement the falafel and salad.
26. BBQ Jackfruit Sandwiches with Avocado Slaw
If you’re suspicious of this wonder-fruit, I feel you. I was too! How on earth could it taste like pulled pork?
But, you guys, it does!
Jackfruit has such a meaty texture, and when it’s doused in BBQ sauce, I’ll bet you’d be able to fool the most avid meat eater.
27. Cuban Sandwich
If you’ve never had a Cuban sandwich, I suggest you hop on a flight to Miami asap!
It’s where I had my first and fell in love with the salty, pickle-loaded sandwich.
Between the ham and the pork, there’s no going vegan here. And if you’re not a pickle-lover, I suggest you move on to the next because they’re essential.
28. Vegan Cauliflower Sandwich
Cauliflower steaks are deceptively meaty and can be super filling when you’re not a meat-eater (or trying to cut back).
Top it with garlic greens and some vibrant romesco sauce for something truly decadent.
If you want something nut-free, I’ve made a similar romesco sauce but used breadcrumbs in place of the almonds.
You’ll get the same great, thick texture without worrying about nut allergies.
29. Apple Peanut Butter Sandwiches
These little fruit stacks are super cute, crisp, sweet, and so much healthier than a carb-filled baguette.
The beauty of these is you can indulge in some peanut butter, or even Nutella, without worrying too much about the waistline.
30. Grilled Chocolate Sandwiches
From one extreme to another, I know! But I just had to include this recipe.
Thick slices of toasted bread with real chocolate, sea salt, and just a touch of cinnamon? These are dangerous.
Go ahead and throw in some mini-marshmallows, too. Why not?
There's just something wonderful about that first bite of a perfectly made sandwich. It can be a Dagwood you spent ages assembling, or a plain old peanut butter and jelly. But when you've got the proportions of bread and fillings just right, it elevates even a simple lunch to something sublime.And dinner is no exception. From the unfussy burger to the elegant Croque Madame, sandwiches are just as ready to fill you up at the end of the day as they are in the middle.
We want you to be able to enjoy the best of sandwich season (aka summer), which is why we've gathered these practically perfect sandwich recipes. Each stack is loaded with fresh vegetables, mouthwatering meats, melty cheese, and/or sauced to perfection. Any one of these sandwiches would be perfect summer picnic recipes. It'd also be great to pack as a meal option for your next camping trip meal.
And obviously, all these sandwiches are great for everyday lunch recipes—whether you're taking them work or working from home. Some of these are perfect for packing; others you'll want to assemble right before eating—or eat hot. Perhaps one of the best parts about these summer sandwiches—aside from the fact that they're easy to make—is they'll be devoured by little ones as well as grown-ups. So instead of spending a beautiful summer day cooking in your kitchen, you can makes these recipes quickly and actually enjoy the gorgeous weather with your loved ones doing fun summer activities. These summer sandwich recipes are about to make your life so much easier and, of course, so much tastier.
Best sandwich recipes
Want the best club sandwich, looking for the ultimate steak sandwich? Try our sandwich recipes to take on a picnic (more ideas here), or as a lunch at home ‘al desko’.
Much better than a shop-bought sandwich, our homemade sandwiches are easy to make and super indulgent. Pair with a homemade warming soup for the ultimate lunch combo.
Coronation chicken sandwich
A classic coronation sarnie taken up a notch. Spices, garlic and ginger bump up the flavour, along with tangy pickled onions and crunchy poppadoms.
Marmite-glazed steak sandwich
Rump steak, brushed in Marmite and layered with chutney, rocket and dolcelatte, makes for a seriously indulgent savoury lunchtime treat.
Make a batch of creamy coronation chicken, made with curry powder, spring onions and dried apricots, for a classic sandwich filler to enjoy for lunch.
Le Bab’s sabich
This exciting Middle Eastern-style combination of spiced aubergine with a peanut dressing and a zingy relish offers something a little different for lunch. This recipe comes from the Le Bab chefs.
Istanbul’s mackerel sandwiches (balik ekmek)
Yasmin Khan’s balikekmek, a street-food staple popular in Istanbul, is a colourful medley of fried mackerel, salad and a pomegranate molasses dressing inside a ciabatta roll.
Egg mayo sandwich
Check out this incredible supercharged egg mayo sarnie. Egg sandwiches can be a bit one dimensional but this turns up the volume in every way with pickly, salty, crunchy hits in every bite.
Steak and buttered onion sandwich
Our classic steak sandwich is really easy to prepare and dressed with fresh rocket leaves, buttery onions and a good dash of Worcestershire sauce for extra flavour. Serve with some chips and tuck in!
Ultimate deli sandwich
Try all of the good stuff in the deli section stuffed between springy focaccia slices.
Posh fish finger sandwiches
Nothing beats a fish finger sandwich. We’ve added homemade tartare sauce, brioche buns and peppery rocket to posh this version up.
Scampi po’ boy
This sarnie hails from Louisiana, which is famous for deep-frying its plentiful seafood and stuffing it in baguettes with loads of hot sauce.
Crab and avocado rolls
A quicker, more economical version of a classic lobster roll. The avocado makes the filling go further… clever, right?
Brisket sandwiches with beer onions and blue cheese
Get your friends over and slow cook this beef brisket for a simple yet hearty way to feed a crowd. Serve with sweet onions and creamy blue cheese for a next-level sandwich filling.
Sandwich recipes great
The 20 best sandwich recipes
A bold boast maybe, but we proudly stand by it. Presenting 20 of the world’s best sandwiches by some its best food writers and cooks. Maybe start here: Pierre Koffmann’s croque monsieur! The definitive recipe for France’s finest sandwich by one of her greatest chefs. Add James Cochran’s buttermilk chicken, Rick Stein’s grilled mackerel baguette, Giorgio Locatelli’s Milanese panini and Claridge’s posh tea selection. We humbly offer Uyen Luu’s crispy pork belly bahn mi, Georgina Hayden’s halloumi, Signe Johansen’s fish finger sandwich, and the sweet perfection that is Claire Ptak’s peanut butter and jelly. Trust us. Your working-from-home lunch will never be the same again.
Halloumi and apricot jam sandwich by Georgina Hayden (pictured above)
Salty tang marries sweet tartness to produce an irresistible combination
Crab sandwich by Calum and Tracey Greenhalgh
The freshest ingredients are all that’s needed, and it’s best eaten immediately
Uyen Luu’s banh mi with five-spice crispy pork belly, pickled carrot, chilli, coriander and cucumber
This Vietnamese baguette has a satisfying mix of flavours and textures
Roasted beetroot, carrot, spiced nuts and whipped feta by Rebecca Oliver
An earthy, sophisticated sandwich filling that’s also good eaten as a salad
Sausage and egg sandwich by Max Halley
Breakfast like a champion on this winning combination, which can also be made with giant crumpets
Smoked salmon deluxe by Mark Ogus
A deli classic that’s taken up a notch with freshly baked bagels and lean fish
Ham sandwich in a French bar by David Tanis
A simple, but flawless, baguette that’s not so easy to find outside of Paris
The Highway Dan by Gabriel Pryce
A Chinese twist gives the devilled egg sandwich a spicy, umami-laden hit
Kiwi & Roo’s ‘lucky beef’ steak sandwich by Lara Lee and Fiona Hannah
A flavour mashup that’s a tribute to Antipodean and Asian heritage
Bombay sandwich by Nik Sharma
An iconic street food of India that’s best served hot and buttery
Buttermilk chicken, scotch bonnet jam, pickled cabbage and crispy shallots by James Cochran
Yin and yang come together harmoniously in this doorstopper, with extras that last forever
Rick Stein’s balık ekmek – griddled mackerel in a baguette with tomato, lettuce, onion, chilli and sumac
A delicious sandwich that’s ubiquitous along the shores of the Bosphorus in Istanbul
Giorgio Locatelli’s Milanese and gremolata panini
Savour a taste of Milan, and the Italian chef’s childhood, with this brilliant focaccia sandwich
Pierre Koffman’s croque monsieur
Memories of toasting this bistro classic over coals at his grandmother’s house still make the French chef’s mouth water
Fish finger sandwich with Nordic dill salsa by Signe Johansen
A fresh green sauce takes this humble sandwich to the next level
Claire Thomson’s grilled cheddar and jalapeño popper sandwich
A kick of heat and a touch of spice – plus bacon – turbo-charges this old classic
Chicken S+Dwich by James Ramsden and Jaqueline Barbosa
Crispy chicken, herby sauce, miso mayo: this is one to eat all by yourself, not share
Claire Ptak’s peanut butter and jelly sandwich
A quintessential American combination that works just as well with smooth peanut butter as it does with crunchy
Simon Hopkinson’s bacon du bedat
The idea of a toasted sandwich with bacon, smoked salmon and mango chutney is curious, but surprisingly delicious
Claridge’s tea sandwiches by Martyn Nail and Meredith Erickson
The luxury hotel reveals its five golden rules for perfect sandwiches, and shares a recipe for its cream cheese filling
Sandwich recipes | 35 Easy sandwich recipes for breakfast & snack
Sandwich recipes – Collection of 35 easy & delicious sandwich recipes for breakfast, brunch, snack or a meal. Some of these also go great in the lunch box and are kids’ friendly. Most of these sandwiches can be served with ketchup, chutney or any soup. You can find many varieties of simple veg sandwich recipes, grilled cheese sandwiches, egg sandwiches – with scrambled, boiled and fried eggs and Chicken sandwiches too.
Most of these can be made on a pan/griddle or tawa, sandwich griller or toaster. Cast iron pans and grill pans also yield the best crunchy sandwiches, if you have one use it.
I prefer to minimize processed or bottled sauces in most of my foods. So most of these sandwiches are made without them. However you can use them where ever desired.
With the current situation please grill or toast bread before consumption unless you use homemade bread.
- 1potato large or 2 medium (300 grams)
- 1green chilichopped (optional)
- ½ to ¾teaspoon grated ginger
- ¼ to ½teaspoonred chili powder(adjust to taste)
- ¼ to ½teaspoongaram masala powder(adjust to taste)
- 1tablespoonlemon juice(optional) (or ¼ teaspoon amchur)
- ¼ to ⅓teaspoonsalt(optional)
- 1tbspcoriander leaves (finely chopped)
- 1 teaspoonghee(optional)
- 4slicesbread(prefer wholemeal or sourdough bread)
- 2tbspbutteror oil (as needed for toasting)
- ¼cupgreen chutney(optional or schezwan sauce)
35 Easy sandwich recipes for breakfast, brunch or snack
Veg club sandwich : World popular club sandwiches get a healthy vegetarian make over. Loaded with stir fried veggies, these are delicious and quick to make, ideal for brunch, snack, appetizer or a meal. Great to make for parties as they can be made ahead.
Veg sandwich recipe : These vegetable sandwiches are made with very simple ingredients without the use of any chutney or sauce. The filling can be made ahead and refrigerated. Whenever you need just spread the filling & grill them in a toaster or tawa (griddle).
Mumbai style veg grilled sandwich made in street style. These grilled vegetable sandwiches are quite popular in India and are found in canteens, cafes, street stalls & even in restaurants. These are the quickest you can make for breakfast or snack. You can also make these cheesy by adding some grated cheese.
Tomato cucumber sandwich : Simple breakfast sandwiches in 10 mins for busy mornings. Kids too will love them. These can be made ahead and refrigerated. You can easily customize them by using your favorite spread like mayo, hung curd, sauce, cheese spread or green chutney.
Paneer sandwich in 20 mins – One of the most loved sandwich by kids and is great for school box or dinner. These sandwiches are made with crumbled homemade paneer and fresh veggies. Paneer sandwiches are made without green chutney or any sauce.
Paneer bhurji sandwich in 10 minutes – If you have ever wondered what you can make in 10 mins, this recipe will surely surprise you. It is delicious, easy, simple to make and you don’t need a toaster. All you need is some crumbled paneer, bread and few basic ingredients. These are great to carry to school or office in lunch box.
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Curd sandwich recipe : Curd sandwich is a great alternate to those who not have cheese, mayo or any spread to make a sandwich. These are made with curd or yogurt and are super quick to make for breakfast or snack. I have toasted the bread on a griddle however you can also do it in sandwich toaster.
Veg Mayonnaise sandwiches : are another delicious bread breakfast or snack made with mayo, fresh veggies, leafy greens and herbs. If you do not eat egg mayo then you can use eggless mayo just like the way I did. This sandwich recipe will just take about 15 mins including the time to chop veggies, make the spread and grill the sandwich.
Grilled cheese sandwich make a great snack and are loved by many. This post will teach you how to perfectly make a great tasting crispy cheese sandwich. You can also make it without a toaster, oven or grill. I have shown how to make the sandwich on the tawa or griddle.
Paneer cheese toast sandwiches – Melting Cheese over spiced paneer bhurji makes these open sandwiches one of the best snack to serve when you have guests. These are made on a tawa / griddle, they can also be made in a oven or toaster.
Egg mayo sandwich: Quick boiled egg salad sandwiches made with mayonnaise, boiled egg and herbs. This is a no cook sandwich if you have the boiled eggs ready. All you need to do is just chop the eggs and add it to may. Lastly season with herbs and spices.They can be had for breakfast, snack or a meal with some soup.
Veg cheese sandwich recipe : These are similar to the grilled cheese sandwich but with some veggies like corn, carrots, onions. You can also include some spinach, capsicum or zucchini. These vegetable cheese sandwich recipe is kids’ friendly & can be made for kids’ parties too.
More sandwich recipes
Bread omelet sandwich recipe – Make this quick delicious recipe under 8 minutes. This makes a quick fix for your breakfast or dinner on busy days. You can also skip cheese in this bread omelet sandwich recipe and or use kind of cheese you prefer.
Bombay veg sandwich recipe : These tea sandwiches are made of boiled potatoes, beetroot, cucumber etc. One of the most common snack one can find in canteens, tea shops and even in chaat centers. These sandwiches are quite popular on the streets of Bombay hence the name.
Aloo grilled sandwich is made of boiled potatoes, coriander leaves and spice powders. Boiling potatoes does take some time so these are fast to make if you have some boiled potatoes in hand. The stuffing is almost the same as we make for aloo paratha. This aloo sandwich can also be made on a tawa/ griddle without using a toaster. These keep good in the school or office lunch box.
Mushroom sandwich : You can find 2 recipes using mushrooms in the post. 1.Spicy hot garlic mushrooms in a french baguette. This sandwich makes a great meal with tomato soup or corn soup. 2. The second one is a mushroom cheese sandwich recipe, suitable for evening snack or breakfast. It’s Kids friendly too.
Potato sandwiches can be made on tawa and toaster. There are 2 recipes on the post. One is a spicy version and the other one a kids’ friendly recipe. In this post I have how to make this sandwich without boiling potatoes separately. This potato sandwich is great to enjoy with your evening tea.
Roasted tomato cheese sandwich Simple tawa roasted onion tomato cheese sandwiches for a super quick snack or breakfast. These can be tweaked to your liking by adding any sauce or spread of your choice. This recipe uses no fancy ingredients hence they are good for beginners.
Corn cheese sandwich – It can be made on a tawa, toaster or griller. This can be made with fresh corn on the cob or frozen sweet corn. Mildly spiced with spice powders and herbs. Corn cheese sandwich is kids friendly too and tastes delicious.
Corn cream cheese sandwich – You can grab these just under 15 minutes for your quick dinner or breakfast. This sandwich recipe uses cream cheese and frozen corn & is a kids’ friendly. If you do not have cream cheese just process some fresh homemade paneer in a processor or blender until smooth. Your cream cheese is ready.
Guacamole sandwich (avocado) – Learn to make the perfect guacamole for sandwiches or to serve as dip. This is a super delicious & easy way to enjoy your avocados. This is a must try if you have people at home who do not like avocados. You will love these guacamole sandwich.
Chocolate sandwich is made with chocolate chips and nuts. You can use any kind of chocolate or make your own chocolate fudge sauce for this sandwich. This chocolate sandwich is an amazing way to treat the kids’ for parties.
Cheese chocolate sandwiches – Another recipe of kids’ friendly sandwiches made with cheese and choco chips. You can also make this using melted chocolate or chocolate spread. These can also be made without a toaster. These are best made with cream cheese but you can also use mozzarella cheese.
Boiled egg sandwiches – If you love boiled eggs, do not miss this most yummy and healthy recipe. Good to make for a brunch or a meal. This is heavy for a breakfast.
Chutney egg sandwiches – Chutney smeared, boiled egg sandwiches loaded with veggies. These are one of the most delicious sandwiches you can make in no time if you have boiled eggs.
Chana sandwich : 2 ways to make this – one is with left over chana masala. The other one with fresh boiled chana. Both taste good.
Fried egg sandwiches in 10 mins – Best to make for breakfast or dinner on a busy day.
Tandoori chicken sandwich: Grilled chicken sandwiches made in Indian style. This recipe shows how to marinate and grill the chicken to make the sandwich. Chicken sandwich is amazing to enjoy for dinner.
Egg bhurji sandwich – Super quick Indian scrambled egg sandwiches. If you are bored eating your bhurji with rice or roti, then you will love this bhurji sandwich. These are great to enjoy not only for breakfast but also for dinner. Make a 3 layered sandwich for a meal.
Chicken mayo sandwiches : Made with spiced chicken chunks and mayonnaise. Usually boiled chicken is used to make chicken mayo sandwich but I have sauteed the chicken with some spices. This makes the chicken sandwich filling very flavorful. I usually make these when I am left with little chicken.
Soya keema sandwich : Delicious, spicy and simple to make soya masala stuffed sandwiches. These sandwiches taste almost like the keema sandwishes. These can be made with soya chunks or soya keema. If you have some prepared soya curry you can just it. They can be had for breakfast, brunch or a meal.
Avocado corn sandwich: Avocado and corn make a great combo. Mildly spiced these are healthy and taste good. You can make the avocado corn salad ahead and refrigerate. Just spread it on the bread along with some sandwich spread and grill them in a toaster.
Sprouts sandwiches – I have made this using green gram, but can be made with any sprouts. Just make the sprouts salad and use as filling in a sandwich. These are quite filling and can also be had for a meal.
Veg burger : Burgers also belong to the category of sandwiches, so I have put them here. This post shares in detail how to make vegetable patties and prepare the sandwich burgers from start to finish. These are great to make for a meal.
Chicken burger or Zinger burger : The popular KFC style fried chicken burger sandwiches. This post also shares details of how to make crisp fried patties and then make the sandwich burgers.
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There is much more power in the pulsations. You, with a sweet cry, break free from my hands and fall on the bed, convulsively trying to catch your breath. And I'm falling the other way.