Top Rated Sandwich Recipes

Caramalized Onion and Gruyere Sandwich
It is always interesting to watch onions, full of tear-jerking sulfur in raw form, slowly caramelize and transform into silky strands that are sweet in both texture and flavor. As long as you have 40 minutes to prepare the onions (with only a few minutes of actual work), you will be left with a great filler for sandwiches, omelettes, soups, pizzas and pies. Here, a classic pairing with gruyère cheese, which can be substituted with swiss if necessary.
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Open-faced egg sandwich
Instead of egg salad or a sandwich, try this delicate open-faced version that skips the mayonnaise in favor of yogurt, giving the dish a lighter and more airy feel.  Click here to see Make Brunch in 20 Minutes or Less — 10 Recipes.
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Grab a Plate
Served on crunchy bread and piled high with ingredients, Spicy Tofu Banh Mi is a great sandwich to enjoy on a leisurely afternoon. Whether you spice it up or dial it down just a bit, this is a filling sandwich you can really wrap your hands around.
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Ready to Eat
  This dish is great for a special breakfast or brunch. Use your favorite jam or marmalade. Note: The original recipe called for a combination of cream cheese and sour cream. I used mascarpone cheese instead. Tip:  These sandwiches can be assembled ahead of time and stored in freezer bags in the freezer for up to about a month. 
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Grilled Tofu Sandwich with Peanut Dressing
There's a trendy, Cambodian-inspired sandwich shop in Manhattan called Num Pang that makes a pretty mean tofu sandwich. Such was the inspiration behind my very own version. Mine traces its roots back to Indonesian cuisine, though, with a peanut dressing that's common on dishes like Gado Gado. Also, just as an aside: While writing this recipe I suddenly realized this would have been really good with some cucumbers and cooked bean sprouts instead of lettuce. Just a thought. Click here to see Tofu Can Be Delicious — 6 Great Recipes.
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 French Dip Sandwich
There is nothing more satisfying than a melt-in-your-mouth sandwich. This shredded beef French dip is savory and succulent after stewing in the slow cooker all day! Click here for more recipes from the Creole Contessa. Click here for more of the 101 Best Slow Cooker Recipes
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A sellout at my Bloomingdale's' restaurant, my Crab Royal Sandwich redefines the role of a typical crabcake, and gives crab a place among all of the other "salads" we use to make sandwiches with.
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Slow Cooker Pulled Beef Sandwiches
Blogger Dorothy Kern of Crazy for Crust shares a winning recipe for hearty beef sandwiches. We promise that these sandwiches will totally satisfy. Click here for more of the 101 Best Slow Cooker Recipes
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A great sandwich has a fine balance between salty and sweet. In this sandwich, by pickling the figs you're adding a bit of both sensations. The whole package is rounded out by a meat no one can argue with — proscuitto — and ricotta cheese for a subtle addition of texture and flavor. Picked figs can be kept for any rainy day, but they make an excellent addition to a sandwich like this. See all prosciutto recipes. Click here to see 8 Fantastic Fig Recipes.
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Imitation Crab and Tuna Salad Sandwich
Incorporate imitation crab meat into your next tuna sandwich. Make your tuna salad as you normally would with tuna, onions, peppers, celery, and mayo. Then, add in a few chunks of crab meat.
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Canned Tuna Sandwich
OK, maybe I actually used fancy oil-packed tuna for this recipe, but canned tuna works just as well. If you decide to buy tuna stored in water, then you'll probably want to add a tablespoon or two of oil to the recipe below.  This open-faced sandwich is light, crunchy, and gets a mild hint of spice from the chile flakes. Feel free to top it with another piece of bread if you wish, but then make sure that both slices are thin so it doesn't overpower the main ingredients inside.  Click here for 8 Sweet and Savory Sandwiches. 
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The combination of tuna salad and egg salad is inspired by a frequent sandwich made by my mother, and this recipe is spruced up with a spicy idea from a previous SWAT ingredient. With the addition of some good bread and an herb salad mix (or watercress, if you can find it), it is a sandwich most might not think of making, but one that makes lunch (or breakfast) so much better.
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