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The sandwich is, well, the greatest thing, since sliced bread. Are you craving such a delicacy? We’ve got you covered. Here are some of the internet’s favorite sandwich recipes, organized by cuisine:
On the surface, a BLT is quite simple. But it certainly doesn’t skimp on taste! Watch the video tutorial and see why everyone is talking about this recipe.
The PB& J is a staple of the American school lunch. But as these recipes will show you, they’re far from ordinary! Hello, sweet and savory!
This one was made for dunking into a bowl of hot tomato soup on a crisp, fall day. Give it a try and see for yourself why the authors consider it the best, hands down.
The South is known for its its BBQ game and this recipe delivers! The spice mixture really makes this sandwich what it is.
Rich, savory meat combined with fresh veggies stuffed into a fluffy baguette makes for a flavor profile like none other.
Just like the Banh Mi, this Asian-inspired sandwich is sweet and savory at the same time. Who knew humble white bread could be so amazing?
The Koreans are known for their innate ability to make pork taste so amazing with a special sauce. This one pairs well with an Asian slaw as a side. So tasty!
This one is the brainchild of Food Network superstar Rachael Ray. You can whip this up in about an hour. Not bad!
Did somebody say meaty? Pepperoni with Capocollo, Genoa Salami, and Picante Provolone Cheese make for a comforting and classic Italian sub.
If you have a garden, this is the perfect recipe to take advantage of your bounty. This sandwich is loaded with veggies and has such a satisfying crunch. The melty provolone finishes things off perfectly.
This slow-cooked Cuban will scratch that itch you have for island food, mon. It uses a slow cooker to produce tender meat.
This blogger claims this is the only Carne Asada Torta recipe you'll ever need! Savory and juicy carne asada is loaded onto a soft roll and piled high with all the classic Mexican flavors and toppings. The secret is the freshness of the toppings.
Brazil's Bauru is made by smothering roast beef with melted mozzarella and tomato. Pure amazing!
This 11-ingredient sandwich is quick and easy — and it’s yummy. Ciabatta rolls add an element of texture. Don’t forget to load up on the toppings, too!
Which of these strikes your fancy? Don’t be afraid to experiment and try something new.