These sweet 'n' savory sammies are perfect with a bowl of tomato soup. Yum!
What You'll Need: Bacon, sourdough bread, butter, fig jam, sharp cheddar, tomato soup (optional)
What You'll Need: Olive oil, red wine vinegar, roma tomato, spinach, demi baguette, mayonnaise, low-sodium chunk light tuna, dijon mustard, shallot, fresh dill, roasted red bell pepper, celery, pepper, salt, cheddar, sweet potato fries (optional)
What You'll Need: Olive oil, an onion, celery, green bell pepper, garlic cloves, dark brown sugar, tomato paste, tomato sauce, soy sauce, white wine vinegar, mustard powder, smoked paprika, pepper, salt, potato buns, pasta salad (optional)
What You'll Need: Round Italian loaf, olive oil, red wine vinegar, dried oregano, garlic clove, green olives, sundried tomatoes, mortadella, ham, salami, provolone, fresh mozzarella, coleslaw (optional)
What You'll Need: Garlic cloves, mayonnaise, butter, olive oil, onions, sugar, salt, flour, beef broth, worcestershire sauce, black pepper, hoagie rolls, roast beef, provolone cheese, green salad (optional)
Kids will happily dig into this meaty club sandwich, kicked up a notch thanks to a paprika-spiced chicken rub. Cut each double-decker diagonally and skewer with a toothpick for easier devouring.
This twist on tuna salad is packed with wholesome protein and fiber, thanks to white cannellini beans and canned tuna. Lemon juice and juicy cherry tomatoes perk up the flavor. Add some crunch with carrot and cucumber sticks.
Trade your standard ham-and-cheese for a Cuban import that's almost as coveted as the country's famous cigars. Our version of the grilled comfort food piles roast pork, melted Swiss cheese, dill pickles, and yellow mustard on crusty Italian bread.
You've heard of beer brats and beer-battered cod. Now root beer gets its turn in this slow-cooked pulled pork recipe. Place a plate of hamburger buns next to the Crock Pot for a perfect potluck and open house go-to dish.
An American take on the French croque monsieur, this hearty sandwich is loaded with turkey, Muenster, and arugula, then dipped into an egg batter and fried on a skillet.
Meatless Mondays are easy when you whip up these satisfying Italian-style grilled veggie sandwiches. To amp up the flavor of zucchini and sweet pepper, first marinate slices in Italian dressing, then grill or broil.
Creamy peanut sauce perks up this wholesome wrap. High in protein but low in calories, it's sure to keep you satisfied thanks to strips of chicken breast and crunchy broccoli-slaw mix, rolled up in a whole wheat tortilla.
Asian street food meets your dinner table with these main-course sandwiches, featuring marinated pork roast on hero rolls. You'll need to plan ahead so the pork can marinate four hours in a sweet and spicy concoction of soy sauce, brown sugar, oyster sauce, garlic, ginger, and sesame oil.
This Annapolis staple gets a Cajun update. Our crab cake sandwich is hearty and wholesome, thanks to reduced-fat mayo and low-cal sandwich rolls. It's a flavor-packed indulgence for the whole family.
Leftover beef brisket from the weekend BBQ? Slather it on thick bread with homemade horseradish mayo, radicchio leaves, and roasted red peppers. Dip it in extra gravy for a an added kick.
Build your own lettuce wraps—which taste just like the kind you order at Asian restaurants—for a low-carb snack that satisfies. Our recipe calls for ground beef, but you can sub in ground turkey or chicken, too. Make an easy peanut sauce by combining peanut butter with broth and cornstarch.
This reimagined classic cheeseburger combines ground turkey, grated zucchini, and shredded cheddar with basil and onion powder for a hearty patty that's also healthy.
Veggie burgers don't have to come frozen and shrink-wrapped. Whip up fresh patties by mashing together chopped carrots, red peppers, corn, beans, and rice with bread crumbs and egg yolk.
Beef or lamb burgers taste delicious when stuffed into pita pockets and drizzled with cucumber sauce.
At your next cookout, wake up your tired taste buds with these easy salmon burgers. Using a food processor, pulse salmon filet, bread crumbs, scallions, and dill. Form patties from the mixture and grill just like hamburgers.