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beantown
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Nashville
Member since Sep 2015
2521 posts

Share some homemade sandwich recipes
I'm a big sandwich person, would love to get some more tried and true ideas to add to my arsenal. Don't be afraid to get weird with it!

A couple I've been making lately:
-Spicy sriracha chicken salad sandwich
-Traditional club sandwiches
-Turkey, homemade spicy pickled onions, tomato, arugula, and avocado sandwich.

And no, hot dogs are not sandwiches.


bengalbait
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re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
So where's the recipes'?
the Spicy sriracha chicken salad sounds


SammyTiger
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re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
Preserved grapes and peanut purée


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Rouge
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re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
bacon, takis, pepper jack grilled cheese sandwich


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GoCrazyAuburn
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Member since Feb 2010
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re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
Grill a peanut butter, jelly, & banana sammich like you would a grilled cheese



Janky
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re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
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Grill a peanut butter, jelly, & banana sammich like you would a grilled cheese


You butter the bread?


KamaCausey_LSU
Member since Apr 2013
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re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
Made a sandwich with taco meat, melted cheese and some peppers on poboy bread the other day. Would eat again.


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TH03
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Dallas
Member since Dec 2008
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re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
Peanut butter and mayo.


GoCrazyAuburn
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re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
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You butter the bread?



not nearly as much, but just a touch.


Janky
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re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
Roger. That sounds oddly delicious.


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DownSouthJukin
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re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
I'll have to ask my wife.















But seriously, she makes the best sandwiches.


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GoCrazyAuburn
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re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
It is fantastic. I'm sure it would be perfectly fine without buttering the bread as well.

This post was edited on 8/12 at 3:03 pm


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Pirate0714
Southeastern LA Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since May 2016
196 posts

re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
Crock pot a chuck roast stuffed with garlic. put him to side after cooking and shred him up. Take drippings and make a thin gravy in a pot. After it thickens up add shredded meat back in and you have a debris, roast beef, or whatever you want to call it sandwich. Make sure you throw a slice of provolone on top and stick it in a toaster oven to crisp bread and melt cheese.


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hungryone
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Member since Sep 2010
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re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
--grilled cheese: gruyere and caramelized onions
--really good country sourdough or similar rustic/lean loaf bread, sliced: aged English cheddar, whole grain mustard, chutney, and thinly sliced green apples
--roasted red peppers, sliced fresh mozz, and pesto on ciabatta
--egg salad on seedy whole grain toast
--a california club: turkey, avo, sliced monterey jack, bacon, sprouts, etc on a good quality white bread

Best thing you can do as a sandwich lover is to upgrade your bread. Find some non-industrial loaves, slice, and freeze what you aren't going to eat immediately. That way, you have a library of frozen sliced quality bread for your sandwich habit.


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AbitaFan08
LSU Fan
Boston, MA
Member since Apr 2008
18016 posts

re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
We like doing a ground chicken burger with a soy sauce marinade. Then grill up some sliced pineapple to go on top.

Super easy and good flavors.


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wickowick
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Head of Island
Member since Dec 2006
40106 posts

re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
White Bunny Bread, oscar mayer thick cut beef bologna, mustard.


beantown
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Nashville
Member since Sep 2015
2521 posts

re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
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the Spicy sriracha chicken salad sounds


It's a pretty basic recipe that I doctored up a bit.

These are just rough approximations, I usually season it by eye:
2 cups cooked chicken chopped
1/2 cup mayonnaise
1/4 tsp garlic powder
1/2 tsp celery salt (I don't like raw celery)
1 tbsp jalapeno relish (i like wickles)
1 tsp mustard (I use deli mustard)
~1 tbsp of sriracha or to taste
salt and pepper to taste


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Duane Dibbley
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Red Dwarf
Member since Nov 2011
950 posts

re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
Couple of leftovers sandwiches

Cajun Torta

Cook your leftover BBQ beans in bacon fat like refried beans, use that as the bottom layer on the torta bread. Pile on pork steaks or pork chops, make a slaw with Pico de Gallo added to put on top.

Meatball Stew sandwich

Toast some bread put creole mustard on both slices, cut meatballs in half place on bread with some onions and peppers from the stew, top with thin sliced cantaloupe.


KosmoCramer
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62815 posts

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I have an incredible recipe but it's on a roll style bread so it doesn't classify as a sandwich apparently.


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beantown
LSU Fan
Nashville
Member since Sep 2015
2521 posts

re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
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White Bunny Bread, oscar mayer thick cut beef bologna, mustard.



I like some sliced onion with this too.


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