Sandwiches are a great way to use up leftovers.
Tuna Salad Sandwich
Mix mayonnaise, mustard, and sweet pickles with cooked tuna. Add salt and pepper to taste. Spread mixture on bread slices and top with lettuce leaves. Serve with potato chips or fruit.
Breaded Chicken Sandwich
Mix bread crumbs with seasonings and dip chicken breasts in egg before coating them in bread crumbs. Fry on medium-high heat until golden brown on both sides and cooked through (about 5 minutes per side). Serve on rolls topped with lettuce and tomato slices. Add cheese if desired.
Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Spread butter on bread slices and sprinkle cheddar cheese over one slice of bread. Top with another slice of buttered bread and grill in a pan on medium-high heat until golden brown on both sides (about 2 minutes per side). Serve immediately with tomato soup or canned fruit cocktail for dessert!
Mix canned tuna with mustard, mayonnaise, sweet pickles, parsley flakes, salt, pepper and onion powder in a bowl until well combined; spread mixture on two slices of buttered bread and layer additional ingredients between them (such as mozzarella).
The sandwich is a staple of the American diet. It’s also an easy way to get a lot of food into your mouth at once without having to chew it all at once. The sandwich is so ubiquitous that it’s hard to imagine life without them. But that doesn’t mean they don’t have their problems. Sandwiches are often greasy and can be very unhealthy. They are also a very messy food to eat, which might not make them ideal for use when you need your hands free (like driving).
The solution? Make your own! You can easily make a healthier sandwich using fresh ingredients and making sure each component of the sandwich has its own layer so that everything stays together as you eat it. You’ll also save yourself from having to use plastic wrap or foil every time you want to take one with you on the go. Check out these great recipes: