Meet the sandwich that will make you forget about your favorite summer burgers. Serve hearty top loin steaks and sweet peppers on French rolls coated with homemade remoulade for an ooh la la taste.
Branch out from basic sloppy joes with this daring sandwich recipe. Fresh cremini mushrooms, ground chipotle chili pepper, and other stimulating ingredients create the bold flavor of this ground beef classic.
Toasted focaccia bread hugs marinated chicken in this scrumptious hot sandwich. Add a creamy layer of roasted pepper and goat cheese spread to make this chicken sandwich irresistible.
Our editors designed this weeknight-friendly meal for busy families. Apples are combined with lemon juice, olive oil, and tarragon to create a delicious topper for a boneless pork loin.
Low in fat, high in protein, rich in flavor: These falafel pita pockets check all the boxes on our vegetarian sandwich wish list. Top off this zesty sandwich with a delicious yogurt sauce.
Get the taste of a restaurant-worthy panini at home with thin slices of chicken breast sandwiched between pieces of toasted bread. Crispy bacon, cheddar cheese, veggies, and chipotle cream add mouth-watering boldness to this recipe.
You'll need a napkin (or two) for this messy-but-worth-it sandwich that's topped with barbecue sauce and cabbage. Prepare the spicy pork roast in the oven or in the slow cooker if you're gearing up for a busy night.
Craft the perfect hot sandwich with saucy, tender pork when you follow these expert tips from the Better Homes and Gardens® Test Kitchen.
Whip up these quick sandwiches the day before, giving the veggies time to marinate. You'll thank yourself when you have a hearty roast beef sandwich ready and waiting to warm up.
A grill pan is your new searing sidekick during the colder months. Use a stovetop grill to cook pork tenderloin for this traditional Vietnamese sandwich that’s loaded with Asian sauces and chopped vegetables.
This impressive chicken sandwich belongs at a bistro, but (surprise!) it can be prepared in your slow cooker. Jazz up boneless chicken breasts with Italian seasoning, zucchini, sweet peppers, mushrooms, and pesto spread on crisp ciabatta bread.
Enjoy the unique taste of this sweet and savory pressed sandwich that comes from its unexpected list of ingredients. A side of mango slaw adds another twist to this recipe.
This is like a typical sub sandwich but better -- much, much better. Pepperoncini peppers add kick to these classic Italian meatballs that are arranged on a warm toasted hoagie.
This divine recipe proves not all grilled cheese sandwiches are created equal. Hint: Spreading Dijon-style mustard on the bread intensifies this classic sandwich's flavor.
The classic sandwich gets a yummy makeover. From added avocado to layers of bacon, our five twists on grilled cheese are sure to please.
Load toasted hoagie buns with savory pot roast for a satisfying dinner recipe that will keep you warm and full. The best part? Your slow cooker does most of the work for you.
Keep your carb count low with an open-face vegetarian sandwich that’s loaded with roasted veggies and tofu. Red pepper hummus spread on toasted pumpernickel bread adds a little sweetness to this healthy sandwich option.
Yes, cola. A 12-ounce can of soda is mixed with ingredients like onions, chili peppers, and lime juice to create a smooth, flavor-boosting sauce for the pork. After 10 minutes of prep time, pop the meat into the slow cooker for a quick and hot dinner sandwich.
This chef-approved sausage sandwich recipe is perfect for busy weeknights. Watch the video to see how to craft this mouthwatering sub.
Tender pot roast gets a delicious makeover in this slow-cooker recipe. Top cheesy onion rolls with a mixture of shredded beef, tomatoes, cumin, chili pepper, and cilantro for a sandwich with Southwest style.
Note: This is not your average Philly Cheese Steak, but you'll love this delectable adaptation just the same. Slow-cooked pot roast, melty cheese, and a toasted hoagie bun will warm you from the inside out.
Vegetarians and meat-lovers alike will want to savor every last messy bite of this classic sandwich with a twist. Carrots, celery, lentils, and brown rice create a sandwich filler that's actually pretty similar in taste to the original sloppy joe.