Come home to herbed chicken and vegetables, all set in your slow cooker. Serve as an easy sandwich atop crusty French bread with pesto mayo and fresh basil.
An open-faced format allows the sandwich filling to take center stage. Here, seared flank steak and tomatoes are piled high on a piece of ciabatta slathered with herb butter. This is summer sandwich perfection.
Basil, oregano, and a spoonful of balsamic vinegar take these Sloppy Joe-like sandwiches on a try to Italy. Top with peppers and onions, melt on some provolone, and mangia!
A refrigerated bruschetta topper and chopped walnuts give our turkey panini its burst of fresh, savory flavor and its satisfying crunch.
Loaded with roasted red sweet peppers, artichoke hearts, and onions, our provolone and roast beef sandwich is a hearty hoagie that gets even better when heated to melty perfection.
Roasted red sweet peppers, crunchy corn, and a smidge of ranch dressing set apart this fresh take on regular tuna from the rest of the crowd.
The classic Italian trio of tomatoes, basil, and melty mozzarella come together in this super simple yet so-delicious caprese panini. Buon appetito!
Served warm with salami, provolone, and spinach, this classic Italian sandwich gets a flavor boost from a simple pesto mayo and tangy red onion and vinegar relish.
You might need two hands to tackle our towering take on the classic club sandwich. It's got everything you'd expect, such as bacon, turkey, and cheddar cheese, plus an added hint of freshness from thyme and apple slices.
Healthy chicken salad? It can be done! Low-fat yogurt and light mayonnaise help this hearty chicken salad sandwich come in at less than 300 calories.
Crunchy cucumber and bright carrots add loads of crunch to our simple ranch-dressed salmon. If you like spice, you'll love one reader's suggestion of adding yellow pickled chile peppers (banana peppers) into your salmon mixture.
Muffuletta is a Sicilian sandwich that originated in the French Quarter of New Orleans. We stayed true to its origins by stacking it with salami, ham, provolone, tomatoes, and a simple olive salad mixture.
One bite of our tangy, bold, saucy chicken sandwich, and you'll think you've died and gone to hoagie heaven. Serve with our simple mango and cabbage slaw for a light and tasty side dish.
Try our two variations on the French dip sandwich. One keeps it traditional with beef, onions, and the must-have dipping broth. The other adds in lots of veggies and melty provolone cheese.
We took all the things you love about Greek salad (olives, cucumbers, and feta cheese) and wrapped them up in hummus-topped pita rounds to create this impressively stacked sandwich that's bursting with Mediterranean flavors.
Let your slow cooker do all the work for our simple Cuban sandwiches. The quick pickled red onions and cucumbers can be prepared ahead of time, too, so all you have to do is assemble.
If you love peanut butter and jelly sandwiches (and who doesn't?), you'll flip for our grown-up twist on the standard. We add in fresh raspberries, honey, and granola for extra fruity flavor and texture.
Herbed goat cheese, roasted red sweet peppers, and basil pump up the volume of our grilled chicken sandwiches.
Fluffy focaccia is the perfect vehicle for creamy mascarpone, savory artichoke and salami, and a little bit of arugula. Make this sandwich up to four hours ahead of time and chill before serving.
Nothing quite says "picnic" like chicken salad sandwiches. Our versions adds Parmesan cheese and fresh basil to the mix.
Prepare a quick and easy dinner of chicken sandwiches that start with purchased deli-roasted chicken and get a kick of serious sweet and spicy flavor when heated in a skillet with serrano peppers and a little molasses.
Make this sandwich a cinch by using leftover shredded pork or pork loin. Turn it into a delicious Cuban sandwich by adding pickles, Swiss cheese, ham, and Dijon-style mustard.
Flaky croissants are the perfect match for tangy egg salad. Switch up your egg salad sandwich by trying it with a pinch of curry powder, with honey mustard and dill, or wrapped up in a tortilla.
Transform leftover meat loaf and potatoes into a warm and hearty sandwich that gets a touch of heat from curry powder and melty deliciousness from American cheese.