Here are some of my favorite sandwich recipes, including easy chicken salad sandwiches, tuna sandwich spread, ham salad spread for sandwiches, breakfast sandwiches, and more.
Any day is a great day for these delicious Kentucky sandwiches. Serve for lunch or dinner with chips, fries, or a cup of soup.
Use canned or packaged white tuna in this tasty tuna sandwich filling recipe. Serve these sandwiches with chips or fries and soup for a satisfying lunch or sandwich supper.
Spicy andouille sausage makes this breakfast or brunch sandwich extra-special. Add a few tomatoes to the plate with a drizzling of vinaigrette, or serve with home fries for a hearty meal.
4. Lobster Roll
Once in awhile I pick up a steamed lobster at my local Kroger store, and this is what I do with it. The lobster roll is one of my favorite indulgences, and the lobster salad filling is also delicious served on greens with tomato wedges.
Chutney and optional raisins give this chicken salad sandwich spread wonderful fruity flavor.
These tuna melts make a great lunch for kids, or serve them for the family dinner with fries and pickles and extra sliced tomatoes or a tossed salad. They really are a delicious change of pace!
This is a delicious way to use roast beef. Feel free to change the amount of mayonnaise to moisten to your taste. Instead of making sandwiches, you could serve the spread with crackers for a party, along with chopped red onion in a separate dish.
This ham salad sandwich is a snap to mix up in the food processor, or mince the ham by hand and mix the ingredients together for delicious sandwiches or filled rolls.
Serve this chicken salad as a sandwich spread or mound on lettuce for a luncheon dish.
This oyster po' boy would also be delicious with Come Back Sauce or remoulade sauce instead of mayonnaise.
These delicious sandwiches make a great lunch or main meal, or serve at a game party.