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Peppers and Italian Sausage Sandwich
Great taste which can be served as a sandwich or in a bowl with bread.
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Peppers and Italian Sausage Sandwich2
This recipe makes a lot of sandwiches for a gathering. Reduce the portions of ingredients accordingly for smaller numbers of sandwiches.
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Sloppy Joe Sandwich
This recipe is always a huge hit with the children, and with me also. Full of taste.
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Copycat Primanti Brothers Sandwich
Anyone who has spent time in Pittsburgh probably has heard of Primanti Bros. The historic sandwich shop has been making its trademark fried-potatoes-and-coleslaw-topped sandwich since 1933.
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Meatball Sandwich
Delicious sandwich that is simple to make and loaded with taste.
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New Orleans Muffuletta Sandwich
New Orleans Muffuletta Sandwich Recipe combines ham, salami, cheese, a nice bread, dressing and other delicious ingredients to make a mouth-watering sandwich.
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Barbecued Grilled Portobello Mushroom Sandwich
If you're looking for hearty, tangy and delicious, look no further than this Barbecued Grilled Portobello Sandwich.
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Greek Chicken and Pepper Pitas
Pita breads stuffed with a mix of pre-cooked chicken, bell peppers, cucumbers, feta cheese, olives and Greek vinaigrette
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Hot Roast Pork Sandwiches
Philly is not only famous for cheese steaks. Another famous favorite is Hot Roast Pork Sandwiches!
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Viet Namese Chicken Sandwich
Very refreshing and light tastes combine in a very nice manner with the chicken breast.
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For more interesting sandwiches, use different kinds of bread, even in the same sandwich.

To facilitate slicing and spreading of ordinary sandwiches, use day-old bread of firm texture.

For rolled sandwiches, use very fresh bread.

For very thin, dainty sandwiches, buy unsliced bread and cut with a razor-sharp knife into slices not more than 1/4 inch thick. If many sandwiches are to be made, sharpen knife frequently.

When a lot of sandwiches are to be made without crust, cut the crust from the loaf before slicing. Incidentally, sandwiches will stay moist longer if the crust is left on and there'll be no waste.

Cream butter or margarine until softened before spreading. Never melt butter. To facilitate creaming, keep butter at room temperature for about an hour.

Butter prevents the sandwich from becoming soggy when a moist filling is used.

For savory sandwiches, soften butter with mayonnaise; for sweet sandwiches, with a little cream or whipped cream.

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