Recipes : Sandwiches
Wow the “kids table” with these roast turkey and cheese sliders with-a-twist! We added the craveable flavor of gooey-on-the-inside, crispy-on-the-outside mac & cheese bites to our mini sliders for added fun. These bite-size morsels of deliciousness are made ahead with our simple mac & cheese recipe and can even be breaded and refrigerated the day before for easy prep.
What's better than sweet succulent lobster meat lightly tossed with mayo and a squeeze of fresh lemon juice, all piled in buttery split-top toasted buns? You just have to indulge in this over-the-top sandwich one last time before summer gives way to autumn. We customized our lobster rolls with crunchy celery and scallions, then finished with a drizzle of warm drawn butter- what could be better!
Our classic Cubano sandwich recipe, made famous in the Tampa Florida neighborhood of Ybor City, features mojo-marinated roast pork tenderloin with deli-sliced ham, Genoa salami and Swiss cheese, thin-sliced pickles and mustard- all layered on soft buttery Cuban rolls grill pressed flat and crispy. We griddled our sandwiches topped with a heavy grill press for the perfect balance of golden crispy crust and rich juicy filling. Any heavy weight such as a cast iron skillet or even a heavy brick wrapped in foil works just as well.
It's National Grilled Cheese Day! Not your mama’s grilled cheese sandwich! This comfort food classic redo features the contemporary flavor appeal of white Cheddar cheese and rich roasted red peppers in a simple quick-to-fix grilled cheese sandwich recipe loaded with flavor.
The perfect recipe for all those leftover hard-boiled Easter eggs! For a delicious twist on a classic egg salad sandwich we grilled our egg salad sandwiches buttery-crisp and golden on hearty oatmeal bread and then topped with fresh alfalfa sprouts and a sprinkle of roasted sunflower seeds for added flavor and a delicate crunch.
Rich garlicky beef pan gravy with bits of falling-apart tender roast beef, affectionately known as debris (pronounced DAY-bree) in New Orleans, takes this classic roast beef po’ boy over the top. Be sure to have plenty of napkins for this messy-good sandwich.
Nothing says New Orleans quite like a shrimp po’boy! For this classic po’boy, toss Gulf shrimp in Creole seasoning, pan-sear sizzling hot and delicious, and serve piled in warm French rolls topped with creamy-crunchy slaw spiked with a splash of cayenne pepper sauce.