Sandwiches

Butter Makes it Better

For brown-bag lunches, butter one side of the bread all the way to the edges. Butter acts as a moisture barrier and helps keep the bread from absorbing moisture from the filling and getting…

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Delicious Beef Sandwich Toppers

Recommends Mildred B. of Sylvania, Ohio, “Make barbecued beef sandwiches using your own recipe, but top them with a combination of shredded lettuce, slivers of green pepper and a sprinkling of…

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Easy Shredded Beef

To make shredded beef sandwiches, I cube the roast and put it in my pressure cooker with some water for 20 minutes instead of cooking it for 4 hours in the oven. The end result is the same. —Ellen…

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Hamburgers with Holes

When shaping hamburger patties, I poke a hole through the center of each one with my index finger. The burgers cook faster this way, and the outside doesn’t get overcooked before the center is…

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New Use for Ice Cream Cones

Have picky eaters at your house? Try serving chicken, egg or tuna salad in an ice cream cone instead of between bread. Kids love this crunchy lunch that resembles dessert. —Suzanne M., Lyons,…

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Panini

A sandwich typically assembled with cheese and perhaps meat, vegetables and condiments that is grilled until the interior is warmed and the exterior is crispy. A flat bread such as focaccia is…

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Satisfying Sandwich

A frittata is a great choice for breakfast. But you can turn it into a hearty lunch or dinner by using the open-faced omelet as a sandwich filling. Simply cook the frittata as the recipe directs,…

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Sliced Radishes Add Crunch

Cold meat sandwiches get crunch at the South Bend, Indiana home of Eugenia C. with thinly sliced radishes. “It’s a fun alternative to onion slices,” she says.

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Substitute Basil for Lettuce

“Once when I ran out of lettuce for sandwiches, I discovered that fresh basil leaves make a wonderful substitute,” informs Anna H. of Kansas City, Missouri.

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Tasty Sandwich Topper

Out of mayo? Try spreading your bread or roll with ranch or a creamy Caesar salad dressing.

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