These sandwiches are a budget-conscious way to create quick and easy dinners.
Creamy smoked cheddar, crisp bacon, creamy avocado, and juicy tomato tops honey wheat bread.
Artichokes, roasted red sweet peppers, and olives bring Spanish flair to this roast beef sandwich.
Steak is encased in a sourdough roll and slathered with a horseradish sauce for a classic pairing, sandwich style.
A sandwich to satisfy both kids and adults: For the young, try cheese, ham, and fruit. Offer grown-ups red pepper and prosciutto instead.
Hot sandwiches don't come any easier. Just pull the meat from store-bought rotisserie chickens and add it to a spicy homemade sauce.
For all the goodness of a pizza in a yummy sandwich, try this delicious recipe.
This miniature version of the classic deli favorite of stacked corned beef, Swiss cheese, and Thousand Island dressing is a perfect addition to any party.
This recipe is also a great way to use leftover cooked beef or pork.
Zesty marinated chicken cutlets with goat cheese, red sweet peppers, and greens makes an indoor or outdoor grilled sandwich.
Crockery cooking at its best: spiced-up brisket cooked slowly and smothered in tasty barbecue sauce.
The classic French mayonnaise-based sauce called remoulade adds a hint of rustic sophistication to this steak sandwich perked up by peppery arugula and grilled sweet peppers.
Overflowing with Italian foodstuffs (pesto, prosciutto, artichokes, roasted red peppers, and cheese) this warm chicken sandwich serves as a welcome lunch or light dinner.
A twist on a Monte Cristo, this recipe makes a chicken sandwich filled with mozzarella cheese, chicken, pears, and horseradish; then it's dipped in an egg wash and fried for a creamy-crispy sandwich.
Chipotle-spiced mayo adds pizzazz to this cheese and veggie wrap.
A little heat from the jalapeno, some sweetness from the honey, and the distinct peppery spark of arugula -- it's hard to believe that such a cleverly combined gourmet sandwich starts with a few humble slices of leftover pot roast.
Tender, succulent slices of mustard-crusted boneless leg of lamb served on a kaiser roll.
Long, slow cooking makes pork shoulder tender and juicy for these Asian-influenced sandwiches spiced with soy, hoisin, and five-spice powder. The sandwich is topped with Chinese cabbage for a crisp foil to the tender meat.
This meaty favorite of New Orleans gets a flavor-packed pile of pepperoncini, olives, and artichoke hearts.
Turkey pastrami and provolone cheese are paired with onion, green pepper, and tomato to make this great-tasting sandwich.
Get dinner on the table in no time with our perfect pairing of pork and apples. This is one sandwich the whole family will love!