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Best of Sandwiches

5 Great Sammy's Worth Trying

 


2011 was the year of the sandwich.

With everything from gourmet grilled cheese to the wacky yet delicious creations from No. 7 sub, there has been a surge of plentiful sandwiches on the market. And why not? Sandwiches are both delicious and incredibly satisfying in that taste of home kind of way.

Lucky for us, many a great sandwich can be made in the comfort of your own kitchen with a few simple but fresh ingredients. And there is plenty of room for creativity. Simply start with the basics on a good bread foundation and work your way up to the epicurean and unique.

We've pulled together our top five favorite sandwiches from the What's Cookin database, all of which are easy to make and suitable for lunch and dinner alike.

Read on for our favorites and be sure to let us know yours below!

Ham and Camembert Baguette Sandwich

The crusty baguette provides the perfect foundation for this savory and sweet sandwich. Pile on some ham, Camembert cheese and a quick spread of fig jam, and indulge in a little escape to France with every bite.

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Toasted Turkey, Brie and Apple Sandwich

Another take on the savory sweet sandwich, this turkey, brie and apple sandwich is a bit of a play up on the more classic turkey club. Served on toasted rye bread, it has just the right amount of crunch to offset the creamy cheese texture.

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End-of-the-Week Deli Sandwich

This sandwich is a great way to clean out the fridge of leftover deli meats at the end of a long week. Simply throw whatever meats and cheeses you have  together with a simple dressing of mayonnaise and pesto, dress it up with a bit of arugula, and you are in for an Italian-style deli sandwich that will leave you smiling.

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Ultimate Grilled Cheese Sandwich

This is no ordinary grilled cheese sandwich. Creamy asiago or mozzarella cheese is melted down over tomato, basil and prosciutto. Add a quick sprinkling of olive oil and red pepper and you have a divine grilled cheese that is unlike any other.

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Warm Eggplant and Goat Cheese Sandwich

If your looking for something without the meat but that is equally hearty, this eggplant sandwich is the way to go. The warm, soft goat cheese pairs perfectly with the tender grilled eggplant. Put together on a simple rustic roll, this is one great sandwich.

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  • Snooth User: Chris Carpita
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    Loved all these sandwiches, but I gotta say - why wait till the end of the week to have a random italian deli sandwich? This is something that I'd rather plan for - having good salami, mortadella, and ham is important. I had some really good sams when I was at the Ligurian coast last year, even something as simple as anchovies and olive oil makes a great sandwich, with the right bread. More sandwich slides please!

    Jan 11, 2012 at 1:36 PM


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