Make the ultimate sandwich

Make the ultimate sandwich


Posted 9th May 2016


From bacon butties to salmon bagels, we've got some brilliant sandwich recipes for you to try this British Sandwich Week (8th to 14th May 2016)

 


Applewood & Bacon Panini

Serves 2

1 onion, thinly sliced
1 teaspoon olive oil
Knob of butter
Salt and pepper
8 rashers smoked streaky bacon
2 slices Applewood cheese
2 paninis, sliced lengthways

1. Sauté the onions in the olive oil and butter for 10 minutes until caramelised, stirring occasionally. Season to taste.

2. Grill or dry fry the bacon rashers until crisp.

3. Layer the cheese slices, bacon and caramelised onion into the panini and toast in a panini press until golden.

Recipe courtesy of www.applewoodcheese.co.uk

 


Chicken & Mozzarella Sandwich Loaf

Serves 4-6

1 ciabatta loaf
2 tablespoons pesto
6-8 lettuce leaves
150g mozzarella, sliced
800g roasted vegetables
2 chicken breasts, cooked and torn into pieces

1. Cut the top off of the loaf approximately a quarter of the way down and pull out the soft bread in the centre to make a bowl shape out of the crust. Leave a 2cm layer of bread inside.

2. Spread the pesto in a thin layer all over the inside of the bread bowl, then place half of the lettuce leaves in the bottom. Add a layer of mozzarella, then a layer of roasted vegetables and then the chicken. Repeat this until the bread bowl is full.

3. Replace the lid and tightly wrap the whole loaf in cling film. Balance a can on top to weigh the loaf down and leave for 1-4 hours to firm up. Cut into slices and serve.

Tip: Dry the roasted vegetables and mozzarella on kitchen roll and make sure you don't use too much pesto to avoid the bread getting soggy.

Recipe courtesy of www.makemoreofsalad.com

 


Cheese & Tomato Sandwich

Serves 4

4 ciabatta rolls
1 tube Primula cheese with ham
4 large tomatoes

1. Slice each of the ciabatta rolls in half and spread one side of each roll with the cheese with ham.

2. Slice the tomatoes thinly and arrange over the cheese.

3. Top with the other half of the roll.

Recipe courtesy of www.primula.co.uk

 


Pulled Pork Sandwich

Serves 4

760g pulled pork with barbecue sauce
500g large vine tomatoes
1 small lettuce
4 seeded white rolls
270g apple sauce

1. Pre-heat the oven to 200°C/180°C Fan/Gas Mark 6.

2. Cook the pulled pork according to the pack instructions.

3. Meanwhile, slice the tomatoes and shred the lettuce.

4. Bake the rolls in the oven for a few minutes to warm.

5. Serve the cooked pulled pork in the rolls with the salad and apple sauce.

Tip: Serve with potato wedges.

Recipe courtesy of www.aldi.co.uk

 


Smoked Salmon & Cheese Bagel

Serves 4

4 bagels
1 tube Primula cheese
4 slices smoked salmon
1 small tub fresh cress

1. Slice the bagels in half and spread one half of each with cheese.

2. Arrange a slice of salmon on the top of the cheese and sprinkle with a couple of pinches of cress.

3. Top with the other half of the bagel.

Recipe courtesy of www.primula.co.uk

 


Cinnamon & Raisin Bagel with Balsamic Strawberries & Ricotta

Serves 1

4 large strawberries
1 cinnamon and raisin bagel, toasted
2 tablespoons ricotta
1 teaspoon balsamic glaze

1. Cut the strawberries in half lengthways.

2. Heat a griddle pan until very hot, add the strawberries and griddle until strong lines appear.

3. Spread the toasted bagel with the ricotta and top with the strawberries.

4. Drizzle with the balsamic glaze to serve.

Recipe courtesy of www.newyorkbakeryco.com





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