Travel the globe from the comfort of your own kitchen with these favorite sandwich recipes.
June 10, 2009
1 of 5Photo: Oxmoor House
Bánh Mì Recipe This Vietnamese-style sandwich features thinly sliced pork tenderloin topped with a carrot and radish slaw, cucumber, cilantro, onions, and jalapeño. Serve on a fresh baguette.
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Falafel Pitas with Cucumber-Yogurt Dressing
Falafel Pitas with Cucumber-Yogurt Dressing Recipe Popular in Greece and Middle Eastern countries, traditional falafel is made by deep-frying balls of spiced, ground chickpeas. Here, falafel patties are pan-fried and topped with a homemade yogurt dressing, then tucked in whole-wheat pita halves.
3 of 5Photo: Rick Lew; Styling: Ana Kelley
Recipe A croque-madame is a variation on the croque-monsieur, a French twist on grilled ham and cheese. Instead of dipping the sandwich in egg before sautéeing in butter (as you would for a croque-monsieur), grill the sandwich first and top with homemade Mornay Sauce, cheese, and sunny-side up egg.
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Extra Cheesy Grilled Cheese
Extra Cheesy Grilled Cheese Love grilled cheese sandwiches? Then this recipe is for you. Spread a mixture of butter and grated Parmesan cheese on slices of Italian bread, then top with high-quality provolone and mozzarella.
5 of 5Photo: Jennifer Davick; Styling: Lisa Powell Bailey
Pressed Cuban Sandwiches
Pressed Cuban Sandwiches Recipe Baked pork loin roast is a great base for many sandwiches, including this Cuban favorite. Spread mustard on Cuban bread and fill loaves with sliced pork loin, baked ham, provolone cheese, and dill pickle chips. Coat the outsides with butter and cook on a skillet or panini press until the sandwich is flat and the cheese is melted.