What began as the Earl of Sandwich wanting a meal on the go has turned into an international passion for the humble sandwich. No matter how you stack them, sandwiches are a quick & easy way to turn your favorite bread and toppings into a scrumptious dish.
In my version of a classic French dip sandwich the chuck roast is slowly cooked with beer, stock, and onions and Worcestershire sauce while topped with melted provolone cheese. This sandwich is a mouthwatering masterpiece.
This pulled pork sandwich is an instant classic. The savory combination of Southern Style Apple Cider Vinegar Barbecue Sauce & Coleslaw pairs excellently with the fork-tender pulled pork. This sandwich is tangy and melts in your mouth.
There is something magical when you combine bananas and peanut butter together with warm, toasty bread. The semi-sweet chocolate chips take this sandwich to a whole new level. Give your family something to shout about when you serve these royal sandwiches for a simple lunch or after school snack.
The Caprese salad's beautiful simplicity requires only mozzarella, basil leaves, and tomato, dressed in a little salt and olive oil. Turning this salad into a sandwich is easy. This recipe recommends grilling the tomato and cheese on soft white bread, until the bread is toasted golden and the cheese is melted. Then, you add the fresh basil leaves and a few thin slices of avocado.
This innovative sandwich takes advantage of some of the freshest seasonal ingredients, which are also inexpensive and easy to prepare. Create a colorful palate with thin slices of radishes, carrots, avocado, tomato, and goat cheese. Drizzle it with a generous dollop of green goddess dressing.
Do you love the intense flavors of Indian cuisine? Try these savory paninis that feature homemade chutney, cheddar cheese and a generous dash of aromatic spices. Just one bite will transport you to the picturesque streets of Bombay!
Paninis may have originated in Italy, but you can use any international flavors, such as this Greek-style recipe. Layer pitas with roast chicken, tomatoes, basil, and tangy feta. The flavorful topping is a mixture of Greek yogurt and pesto.
My food philosophy is simple; food should be a feast of all five senses. Meals should be based on simple, tasty and smart recipes that are easy to follow. Instead of serving processed junk, I prefer to use fresh & seasonal ingredients. I gravitate towards all cuisines that are BIG on flavor. By cooking at home, we can all eat healthier and save money.