7 Sandwich Recipes That Aren’t PB&J

Ham and Swiss Sliders

Ham and cheese sandwiches are conventional, but these melts elevate them. A brown sugar, poppy seed, and horseradish glaze atop slider-sized buns that layer quickly. Their potluck table will be the first to empty.

Toasted Reubens

Reuben enthusiasts take their sandwiches seriously, and this recipe is great. This classic deli recipe uses homemade thousand island dressing, corned beef, and rye bread.

A good club sandwich has deli meat, cheese, bacon, and sweet-tangy condiments. This premier club slather on mayo, mustard, honey, and cranberry sauce for taste. Although excellent year-round, dish is wonderful with leftover cranberry sauce after Thanksgiving.

Turkey Focaccia Club

Borrowing fillings from your favorite meals can make a sandwich more fascinating. The handheld hoagie holds breaded, saucy chicken Parmesan instead of noodles, making it ideal for a quick family dinner.

Parmesan Chicken Sandwiches

To improve your sandwich game? Heat up—literally. Grilling sandwiches improves flavor. Heat caramelizes bread and blends filling tastes. Melting cheese is a bonus. With warm soup, serve these melts for winter lunch or dinner.

Dilly Turkey Melt

The versatility of chicken salad is astounding. Add crunchy nuts, crisp grapes or apples, chewy raisins, dried spices, and fresh herbs for texture. Sweet pineapple gives a sandwich a tropical, luscious twist.

Pineapple Chicken Salad Sandwiches

Slow cooker beef is tender and tasty, making it an ideal sandwich filling! This elegant sandwich on croissants tastes great on a firm roll or sliced crusty bread.

Gourmet Barbecue Beef Sandwiches

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