Six Mouthwatering Sandwich Recipes to Try This Summer

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Long warm days just beg you to pull out the picnics, BBQs, and go out on expeditions. No matter what your summer plans, a sandwich is the perfect lunch. Check out these six mouthwatering creations and try them on your hottest day.
 
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BBQ Pork Sandwich
When you don’t have the time to cook outside and it’s too hot to cook inside, capture the taste of summer with a slow cooker pulled-pork roast. Chop an onion and a few sticks of celery and place at the bottom of the crock. Add a whole pork roast and sprinkle liberally with your favorite grill seasoning. Pour a few tablespoons of apple cider vinegar over it all, and set the cooker to low. After 8-10 hours, tear the pork with two forks and serve on buns with your favorite BBQ sauce. It’s easy to make and perfect for when hosting a lot of guests.
Peruvian Triple Sandwich
The triple sandwich is a classic in Peru, and it’s available on almost every street corner in Lima. Toast three slices of Klosterman baking company’s sandwich bread and add mayonnaise. Build the sandwich with one toast topped with sliced tomatoes and avocadoes. Add the second toast and cover with thick slices of boiled egg. Add the final piece of toast on top and cut into quarters.
The Classic Cucumber
Cool and refreshing, a cucumber may be the most delicious vegetable to eat in the heat of summer. Sliced thin, and sprinkled with a bit of salt and fresh dill, they make an equally refreshing sandwich. Softened cream cheese and fresh radish sprouts add a mild kick. Try it on soft Country Potato Bread for an interesting mix of flavors.
The Tomato Sandwich
Another simple summer option is the refreshing tomato sandwich. Start with fresh, ripe tomatoes sliced medium-thin. Lightly toast a hearty white bread and add a light smear of mayonnaise and perhaps a slice of baby swiss and it’s done.
Chicken Salad on Cinnamon Raison Toast
Chicken salad is delicious, but it’s even better served on lightly toasted cinnamon raison bread. Try whole grain bread to add some extra nutrition to your lunch. This is especially yummy with almonds and apples mixed in with the salad.
Roast Beef Po-Boy
It may not be easy to eat on the go, but a good roast beef po-boy will make you want to take your time anyway. Split French bread topped with slices of roast beef, a light drizzle of gravy and dressed with lettuce, tomato, and pickles. It’s a creation worth indulging in.
A summer sandwich needn’t be boring. Add some kick to your summer with a delicious lunch and fresh ingredients for a healthy and delicious option.
 
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