Popular Sandwiches To Make At Home
Like all of us, we get tired of eating the same food all the time and especially sandwiches. So why not try one of these popular sandwiches to make at home and discover new flavors and cuisines from around the world at the same time.
Vietnamese Bánh Mì
If you’re looking for a new sandwich to try, the Vietnamese Bánh Mì is a must.
The banh mi has been ranked as one of the best sandwiches in the world and it’s no wonder why. It’s served in a French baguette with a mix of meats and vegetables that are sure to please your taste buds.
This iconic sandwich is perfect for anyone who likes their food on the spicy side or just wants something different than your average ham and cheese sandwich.
A lot of street vendors sell banh mi with varying meat options including pork, beef or chicken so there’s something for everyone!
Whether you want something light or heavy, this sandwich will satisfy any craving you have. Plus, it’s super easy to make at home if you can’t find any nearby!
All you need is some bread (French baguettes work well), mayonnaise, cilantro leaves, cucumber slices and thinly sliced jalapeño peppers then top off with fresh herbs like basil leaves and mint sprigs before adding all your favorite toppings such as pickled carrots or daikon radish slices.
The Philly Cheesesteak Sandwich, or simply the “Cheesesteak,” is a sandwich made with thinly sliced ribeye steak, cheese, onions and sometimes other toppings. It was invented in Philadelphia in 1930 by Pat Olivieri who sold it from his hot dog stand.
A cheesesteak consists of a hoagie roll with sliced beef (traditionally cooked on a griddle), melted American cheese and fried onions. The entire sandwich may be dipped into one of two sauces – either ketchup or hot sauce.
A common variation includes mushrooms as well as onions; another version is with sautéed red and green peppers with a more Italian flavor.
Makes for great lunchtime food! You’ll love this delicious sandwich.
A bacon sandwich is a type of sandwich made with cooked bacon and bread. It can be served hot or cold, and may be buttered with ketchup or brown sauce.
The most common types of bread used are white bread or wholemeal bread or you can use rye bread, a croissant even, and toast. Bagels or brioche make for good bacon sandwiches too.
If you’re looking for a quick breakfast that’s easy to make in the morning before work then this might just be it! There are many variations on the recipe so you can experiment with different ingredients until you find your favourite combination.
You could even try adding some cheese if you like! Bacon sandwiches are also great as lunchtime snacks too – they’re perfect for picnics or parties because they don’t need any preparation beforehand and there’s no washing up afterwards either! They’re really versatile so go ahead and give them a try today!
Why not have one now? Go grab some ingredients from your fridge/pantry and get cooking right away!
Tamago Sando is a Japanese sandwich that uses hard boiled eggs mixed with Japanese kewpie mayonnaise between two soft slices of shokupan. It’s popular in Japan and has been around for many years.
The egg sandwich is super popular in Japan, so it’s worth trying one if you’re looking for something new to eat or want to try some traditional Japanese food.
They’re also very easy to make at home! You can use any bread you like, but the most common type used is shokupan (a type of white bread).
All you need is an egg, some mayonnaise and salt. Mix these together until they form a paste-like consistency and spread on your bread before adding your second slice.
Try making this recipe today by following our recipe tamago sando here – Let us know how it goes by leaving us a comment below.
A Cuban sandwich is a grilled pork, ham and-cheese sandwich that was created in Florida, Key West and Tampa by Cuban immigrants. Although versions vary, the essential ingredient is roasted pork, swiss cheese, ham and pickles. It’s commonly served with yellow mustard or mayonnaise in a crusty roll.
The name “Cuban” comes from its origins in Florida where it became popular among Cubans who immigrated to Miami after Fidel Castro took power in Cuba.
If you want to try out this delicious dish for yourself, head over to your nearest restaurant! You can find one of these tasty sandwiches at any number of restaurants around Florida including La Carreta Restaurant & Bakery or El Palacio de los Jugos.
And if you don’t have time to prepare lunch while visiting Miami but still want to experience this incredible sandwich, then order online through Deliveries Miami! They deliver your meal right when you need it – so no more waiting around for hours while your stomach growls!
Have you ever tried a katsu sandwich?
Katso Sando is a Japanese-style pork cutlet sandwich that has been popularized in the United States in recent years. It’s made with crispy panko breaded pork cutlets, cabbage and tonkatsu sauce on white bread.
The dish was created by Katsuya Uechi who opened his first restaurant in Tokyo in 1973. He called it “Katsu Sando ” which means “cutlet sandwhich” or “sandwich of cutlets”.
You can find this delicious meal at many restaurants across Japan and North America but now you can make your own! With just a few ingredients and some time to fry up those tasty cuts of meat, you too can enjoy this amazing dish for lunch or dinner any day of the week!
Make your own Katsusando today with our recipe here!
Ever wonder about the origins of the BLT sandwich?
The BLT is a classic American sandwich that consists of bacon, lettuce, and tomato on toasted white bread with mayonnaise. It’s been around for decades but its origin story has never been fully agreed upon.
Some people say it originated in England as a variation of tea sandwiches served at the time. Others suggest that its ingredients – bacon, lettuce, and tomato on toasted white bread with mayonnaise – are simply the cheaper iteration of the club sandwich.
Click here to read more about this delicious dish!
The chip butty is a sandwich filled with chips, optionally eaten with condiments such as brown sauce, ketchup, mayonnaise or malt vinegar.
The chip butty’s emergence is that it was born in Lancashire at Britain’s second-ever fish and chip shop. Mr Lees, according to the National Federation of Fish Fryers, opened in 1863 as a market stall in Oldham.
A chip butty is a sandwich filled with chips (i.e. French fries), optionally eaten with condiments such as HP sauce, Heinz ketchup, mayo, malt vinegar and salt.
You can make your own by frying some potatoes and adding them to bread before topping off the whole thing with whatever you like! Or if you’re feeling lazy there are plenty of places that sell them ready made for you to enjoy on the go!
Either way this classic British dish will never let you down when hunger strikes!
Try out this delicious snack today by checking out my own special chip butty recipe.