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Taste of Home Magazine Sandwich Recipes

Browse sandwich recipes from our Taste of Home Magazine including chicken sandwiches, turkey sandwich recipes, ham sandwich recipes, and more sandwich recipes from our magazine.

Lunch Box Special

Lunch Box Special

Lunch Box Special

Dates, orange juice and apples bring zest and crunch to the plain old peanut butter sandwich. —Bernice Morris, Marshfield, Missouri

Nutty Tuna Sandwiches

Nutty Tuna Sandwiches

Nutty Tuna Sandwiches

"Here's a fresh-tasting sandwich that'll spark up a lunch," notes Cheryl Miller of Fort Collins, Colorado.

Pork Spiedis

Pork Spiedis

Pork Spiedis

Spiedis (pronounced "speedeez") are a type of grilled meat sandwich considered a local specialty. This recipe is my own, but there are many variations in our area. In nearby Binghamton, Spiedi-Fest is held on August, featuring this delicious dish made of all different kinds of meat. Thousands of people attend. I hope you enjoy my pork version. -Beatrice Riddell, Chenango Bridge, New York
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Potluck Pockets

Potluck Pockets

Potluck Pockets

My husband taught me how to make these fun tasty sandwiches. They take little time to prepare, and we enjoy them all through the year. They don't last long on a buffet. -Debbie Jones, California, Maryland

Reuben Sandwiches

Reuben Sandwiches

Reuben Sandwiches

Reuben sandwiches are shared by Kathy Jo Scott of Hemingford, Nebraska. "My mouth waters just thinking of these sandwiches," confesses Kathy Jo. "I adapted the recipe from one my mother found several years ago."

Saucy Fish Sandwiches

Saucy Fish Sandwiches

Saucy Fish Sandwiches

You'll be "hooked" once you try these homemade fish sandwiches. The golden cornmeal breading coats the fillets nicely, and the sauce is tangy. One taste, and you'll know you've got a great meal on the line. -Elizabeth LeBlanc, Bourg, Louisiana

Sloppy Joe Sandwich

Sloppy Joe Sandwich

Sloppy Joe Sandwich

This time, editor Karen Ann Bland of Gove, Kansas shares a proven favorite, Sloppy Joe Sandwiches. "This recipe comes from a renowned local cook who was the lunchroom cook when my husband, Boyd, went to grade school," she reveals. "We now use it for our annual Gove Old Settlers Day supper in summer."

Sloppy Joes for 100

Sloppy Joes for 100

Sloppy Joes for 100

I use this recipe at a church dinner every year, and we always sell out. It's a delicious main dish for any gathering.—Linda Cailteux, Clifton, Illinois

South-of-the-Border Sandwiches

South-of-the-Border Sandwiches

South-of-the-Border Sandwiches

My mom and her dear friend, Betty, came up with this recipe many years ago, and I'm still using it. Of course with sever kids in the family, Mom would have to double and sometimes triple the recipe.—Karen Byrd, Las Vegas, Nevada

Special Ham and Cheese Sandwiches

Special Ham and Cheese Sandwiches

Special Ham and Cheese Sandwiches

"When I tire of ordinary meat and cheese sandwiches for my brown-bag lunch, I try creative alternatives," explains Mattie Cheek of Lawrenceburg, Kentucky. "I love these ham and cheese sandwiches because they're so convenient and a little different."

Tea Room Chicken Salad

Tea Room Chicken Salad

Tea Room Chicken Salad

The secret to our chicken salad is just plain fresh (not frozen) chicken, cooked in water with a little salt. We usually make 20 pounds at a time, but our cook, Dorothy, and I have cut down the recipe quantity.—Mary Henry, Knoxville, Tennessee
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