Save time with these easy sandwich recipes, perfect for a delicious lunch or dinner
All the iconic flavors of summer come together in the form of a grilled sandwich. It makes a simple yet satisfying lunch or
a fun appetizer to serve while people are sipping Chablis on the deck.
Get the recipe: Grilled Caprese Sandwiches
This is a great make-ahead sandwich, perfect for picnics or beach days. Add a few slices of fresh fruit and a couple of cookies
to round out the meal.
Recipe: Radicchio, Roasted Pepper, and Provolone Ciabatta Sandwiches
We suggest using a tart apple in this sandwich to give a bit of tang to the rich cheese and turkey. Any extra slices can be
served on the side.
Recipe: Toasted Turkey, Brie, and Apple Sandwiches
Everyone loves a good bagel with lox, but we take it kick it up a notch with this sandwich version—perfect for the busy weekend
Recipe: Smoked Salmon Bagel
Skip the buffalo and stick to blazing with this grilled version of the spicy chicken sandwich. The blue cheese mayo is the
secret ingredients so don’t be shy and spread it on thick.
Get the recipe: Spicy Grilled Chicken Sandwiches
Bunk, the famous sandwich shop in Portland, shared their secret recipe for tuna salad with us. We’re giving it to you, so
you’re one step closer to the ultimate tuna melt.
Recipe: Bunk’s Oregon Albacore Tuna Salad
These open-faced sandwiches are topped with an egg, making it a great item for brunch when you want to impress guests, or
a simple dinner for you.
Recipe: Parmesan Toasts with Asparagus, Proscuitto, and Eggs
The tartness of tomatillos add the same flavor profile of a green apple, which is a natural pairing with cheddar cheese. We
added bacon because… well, why not?
Get the recipe: Tomatillo Grilled Cheese and Bacon Sandwiches
Stack a sandwich with grilled vegetables and smashed feta cheese and what do you get? One delicious sandwich.
Recipe: Grilled Mediterranean Vegetable Sandwiches
Turn your next ham-and-cheese into a elegant meal option by serving it open-faced with a super melty cheese. All that’s missing
is a glass of Sauvignon Blanc.
Recipe: Grilled Open-Face Ham, Brie, and Arugula Sandwiches
Chicken salad is always a favorite. We prefer ours with crisp, smoky bacon and tangy blue cheese.
Recipe: Chicken, Bacon, and Blue-Cheese Sandwiches
Who says Philly owns the cheesesteak? Our version is not only tasty, but it will also feed a crowd.
Get the recipe: Western Cheesesteak Sandwich
Grilled cheese goes gourmet with this sandwich idea on a pressed onion roll. If you don’t have a panini press, you can “press”
the sandwich by setting another frying pan on top.
Recipe: Roast Beef and Two-Chile Grilled Cheese on Onion Rolls
This vegetarian version of a Greek sandwich is a winner with any crowd. Drizzle a little sauce into the sandwich and serve
the rest on the side, along with a tabouli salad.
Recipe: Grilled Eggplant Naan Wraps with Tahini-Yogurt Dressing
In this grown-up version of a PB&J, we used fresh summer berries, but you could also use some frozen fruit.
Get the recipe: Almond Butter and Smashed Berry Sandwiches
These may seem like a simple ham-and-cheese, but trust us— they’re so much more. The mustard spread and the melted cheese
give it just the right kick to make it anything but mundane.
Get the recipe: Toasted Ham and Poppy Seed Sandwiches
Knobbly celery root (also called celeriac) looks a little wild, but it has a mild, woodsy taste. Here we’ve used it to make
the classic French salad céleri rémoulade, but given it an unexpected role as a topping for chicken sandwiches.
Bonus: Sole or flounder can be used instead of chicken.
Get the recipe: Open-Face Chicken Sandwich with Celery Root Salad