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thin-style roll or bagel
tbsp pesto (or more, as desired)
slice fresh tomato (or more to cover the cheese in a single layer)
cup fresh baby spinach
slice steamed or roasted beet (or more to cover the spinach in a single layer)
yellow bell pepper, sliced into thick pieces
Lay out the two halves of the roll or bagel. Spread the inner side of each with pesto.
Layer the mozzarella, tomato, spinach, beet, alfalfa sprouts and bell pepper, covering with the other half of the roll.
More About This Recipe
- Lately, I have been changing up my usual sandwich routine. Out is my favorite 7-Grain bread and in are thin-style rolls and bagels (a mere 3 WW points!). And instead of just deli meat and cheese on my rolls, I am piling them high with veggies.
Sometimes, I even skip the meat altogether. Scandalous, I know. (Snicker.)
This sandwich, my Super Veggie Sandwich, is one of my new favorite lunches.
It starts with a thin roll – actually a bagel, in this case. But a roll would work too – spread with a thin layer of pesto. Then it’s topped with fresh mozzarella, tomato, spinach, beets, alfalfa sprouts and bell pepper. That’s a lot of veggies (and they taste so good together).
I love how this relatively light sandwich doesn’t feel like it’s a relatively light sandwich. I mean how could it when it’s so thick and bold in your hands? Seriously. It seems practically indulgent.
The recipe details one way to make this, but you could totally get creative. Toss in some cucumber slices, add a slice or two of prosciutto or trade the alfalfa sprouts for bean sprouts – or whatever else you can imagine.
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Sarah W. Caron (aka scaron) is a food writer, editor and blogger who writes about family-friendly foods and raising a healthy family at Sarah’s Cucina Bella.
What about your favorite sandwich? What’s in it? What’s the bread? And why do you love it so?
Bring vinegar, brown sugar, salt, and 2 cups water to a boil in a large saucepan. Meanwhile, pack vegetables into jars. Pour brine over vegetables. Cover and chill until cool.
Do Ahead: Pickles can be made 2 weeks ahead. Keep chilled.
Dressing and Assembly
Whisk buttermilk, yogurt, lemon juice, and 3 Tbsp. oil in a large bowl until smooth season dressing with salt and pepper.
Scoop avocados into a small bowl add 1 Tbsp. oil and lightly mash. Season with salt and pepper. Mash goat cheese with remaining 2 Tbsp. oil in another small bowl until softened and spreadable season with salt and pepper.
Add lettuce to dressing and toss to coat season with salt and pepper. Spread avocado mixture over 4 slices of bread. Arrange lettuce over and top with cucumber, sprouts, and some drained pickles. Spread remaining 4 slices of bread with goat cheese and close sandwiches.
How would you rate California Veggie Sandwich?
This sandwich is phenomenal. I used a really seedy bread and pickled some red onions, carrots, and cucumbers. For greens, I used what I had at home—arugula, watercress, and spinach. Didn't add the olive oil to my goat cheese or smashed avocado (because calories) and didn't have any sprouts (but will make sure these are included next time!). A little labor intensive for a sandwich, but 100% worth it—and now I have sandwiches for the week!
OK so this was freaking delicious.. but man I didn't realize how high in calories it is. Lol. I will definitely be cutting down on some of the olive oil next time, ha (I don't think so much was needed for the dressing I used a very high quality olive oil but found it too strong it washed out the yogurt and lemon juice)! I followed the recipe exactly. It's really good, but it's realllly messy. I packed the ingredients separately and assembled it at work and if you remember the Carl's Jr. commercials about how "if it doesn't get all over the place, it doesn't belong in your face.." this is basically the veggie deli sandwich equivalent of that. It is a BIG sandwich - I am a short female and could easily have had a half which I think I will do in future or use smaller/thin sliced bread. Though I would agree with the reviewer who said it doesn't leave you feeling heavy. I made 4 different types of pickles red bell pepper, shredded carrot, sliced red onion, and cucumber. The pickles should last for many more than 4 sandwiches. I will take this for lunch a few days a week, I think!
WOW. I never comment but decided I had to so more people can enjoy the satisfaction of this sandwich. It is just that good. Living the grad-student life, I skipped a few steps here and there and still probably had the best lunch of my life. The pickled veggies are everything (I did: 1 cup onions, 1 cup carrots, 2 cups cucumbers, + 2 jalapeños bc im a spicy girl). Skipped the yogurt dressing, oops. Bread + avo + pickled veggies +1 small fresh cucumber + goat cheese + bread = HEAVEN!!
What a treat! And perfect for the summer, using veggies from the farmer's market. Yes, it does take a bit of time to create all of the components, but once they are made, you're set for a week of sammies, and trust me you will want to eat it more than once! It's wonderfully satisfying without leaving you feeling heavy, and I say this as a tried and true carnivore. The goat cheese mixture and pickled veggies really make this sandwich for me. Make the most of the beautiful summer produce with this one!
What about the carrots and tomatoes in the picture?
This is a delicious sandwich recipe. It has all sorts of nice flavors and textures. However, be aware that it's a labor-intensive endeavor and not something that you can whip up in 10 minutes. For the pickled vegetables, I used one third each of paper-thin sliced red onion and 1/8" x 1" matchsticks of carrot and radish. The only thing lacking for me is some sort of smoky element, which would add a depth of flavor. I therefore looked around my pantry this morning and decided to drop some re-hydrated dried chipotle chiles into the jars containing the pickled vegetables. Maybe it's the Texan in me, but I couldn't make this sandwich without using some dried chiles.
Excellent Vegetarian Sandwich Ideas
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Sandwiches are a well-loved quick meal option for good reason — bread plus a few fillings and condiments add up to an easy-yet-satisfying lunch (or dinner!) — but sandwich fatigue can set in quickly. You might think that this rings especially true for vegetarians but there are actually heaps of great filling ideas for meatless sandwich fans.
With a little creativity and ingenuity (hint: Start by raiding your pantry!), you’ll have a new line-up of simple and delicious vegetarian sandwiches at your fingertips, which we’re willing to bet will impress even the staunchest meat-lovers.
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Meat-Free Pantry-Based Sandwich Ideas
Fresh sandwich inspiration can be found right in your pantry. Take chickpeas, for instance. The protein-packed legumes are supremely satiating and they’re so easy to prep — just mash ’em up or lightly crush with the back of a fork. You could combine with a little lemon and olive oil, then pile on toast and call it lunch, sprucing it with fresh herbs or cheese crumbles if you have them.
For some composed chickpea sandwich creations, try Trisha Yearwood’s healthy Chickpea Salad Sandwiches. Pita pockets are stuffed with a creamy concoction of mashed chickpeas and avocado dressed with a mayo-mustard mixture, then festooned with sliced radishes, sprouts and shredded lettuce. The Smashed Chickpea and Eggplant Pressed Sandwich takes a little prep and assembly work, but the resulting sandwich reads like the vegetarian mezze platter of your dreams: ciabatta layered with chickpeas, hummus and roasted eggplant, plus carrots, cukes and red onion for crunch.
Marinated artichoke hearts are another all-star pantry ingredient. For his Grilled Artichoke Sub, Jeff Mauro grills jarred marinated artichoke hearts till just-charred, then arranges them on a baguette schmeared with roasted garlic ricotta. Grilled Spinach-Artichoke Sandwiches (pictured) are inspired by the classic dip combo — sauteed onions, artichoke hearts and baby spinach are bound together with a mayo-Asiago-goat cheese mixture. Mounding everything onto sliced bread and grilling it till gooey makes it next-level.
Roasted red peppers are fairly simple to make, but it’s even easier to grab them from a jar. Regardless of how you come by them, follow Ina’s lead and layer them with goat cheese and fresh basil on ciabatta, as she does with her Roasted Pepper and Goat Cheese Sandwiches recipe, or pair with shredded sharp white cheddar and mayo for a deconstructed take on pimento cheese.
For the ultimate pantry picnic sandwich, opt for this fiber-packed Healthy Vegetarian Pan Bagnat (pictured up top), which calls for artichoke hearts, black olives, roasted red peppers, plus a medley of fresh veg (use whatever you have on hand), all piled onto a hard roll (ciabatta or baguette works too). The longer the sandwich sits and soaks up all those juices and oils, the tastier it’ll be.
Saucy Vegetarian Sandwich Upgrades
Prepared sauces like pesto or marinara give sandwiches a flavor boost and are a thrifty way to finish up those half-used jars. Giada De Laurentiis’ pesto-slicked Grilled Vegetable Panini is chockful of grilled zucchini, eggplant and onions, making the case for batch cooking the next time you fire up the grill. Ree Drummond takes inspiration from a classic Caprese salad, piling thick slices of mozzarella and tomatoes onto ciabatta rolls and pulling in pesto instead of fresh basil to create her Tomato, Mozzarella and Pesto Sandwiches. Each side of the roll is generously slathered with pesto, and using a prepared version means it comes together in just minutes.
You could easily swap in pre-made marinara in Giada’s Italian Egg Sandwich, where garlic-rubbed toast is spread with a layer of tomato sauce before being crowned with a sunny-side up egg. For her Eggplant Parmesan Hero recipe, Amanda Frietag uses warmed-up marinara to anchor layers of mozzarella and fried eggplant between bread, yielding an irresistible hand-held take on a vegetarian classic.
Our Favorite Big-Game Sandwich Recipes
Keep it simple on game day with a fan-favorite: sandwiches. Whether you root for Reubens or cheer for cheesesteaks, you’re sure to find exactly what you’re looking for in this collection of heroes, hoagies, subs and more .
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French Dip Sandwiches
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Instant Pot Barbecue Pulled Pork Sandwiches
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Slow-Cooker Cuban Sandwiches
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Sheet Pan Sausage and Pepper Hoagies
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Ranch Muffaletta Sandwich
For this sandwich, it&rsquos all about the balance of taste. Alternate from the top to the bottom halves of the bread when distributing the meats and cheeses and when coating the ranch dressing and spicy olive spread. Now each bite of the sandwich will be evenly delicious.
Oven-Roasted Pulled Pork Sandwiches
Try this &ldquofall-apart&rdquo roast pork deliciousness to serve up on game day.
Pulled Pork Sliders
Triple the excitement with these pulled pork sliders. These will have you busy in the kitchen but satisfied in the stomach when your team scores a touchdown!
Mushroom Cheesesteak Sandwiches
Be a fan of this Philly cheesesteak no matter what side you&rsquore rooting for! This version is filled with lots of love aka seasoned mushrooms for a tastier sandwich.
Peanut butter lovers, this baked tofu sandwich is for you.
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40 Summer Sandwich Ideas That'll Make Lunch and Dinner Even Easier
Pack 'em for picnics or whenever you want a low-lift meal.
There's just something wonderful about that first bite of a perfectly made sandwich. It can be a Dagwood you spent ages assembling, or a plain old peanut butter and jelly. But when you've got the proportions of bread and fillings just right, it elevates even a simple lunch to something sublime. And dinner is no exception. From the unfussy burger to the elegant Croque Madame, sandwiches are just as ready to fill you up at the end of the day as they are in the middle.
We want you to be able to enjoy the best of sandwich season (aka summer), which is why we've gathered these practically perfect sandwich recipes. Each stack is loaded with fresh vegetables, mouthwatering meats, melty cheese, and/or sauced to perfection. Any one of these sandwiches would be perfect summer picnic recipes. It'd also be great to pack as a meal option for your next camping trip meal.
And obviously, all these sandwiches are great for everyday lunch recipes&mdashwhether you're taking them work or working from home. Some of these are perfect for packing others you'll want to assemble right before eating&mdashor eat hot. Perhaps one of the best parts about these summer sandwiches&mdashaside from the fact that they're easy to make&mdashis they'll be devoured by little ones as well as grown-ups. So instead of spending a beautiful summer day cooking in your kitchen, you can makes these recipes quickly and actually enjoy the gorgeous weather with your loved ones doing fun summer activities. These summer sandwich recipes are about to make your life so much easier and, of course, so much tastier.
10 Filling Vegetarian Sandwiches
These healthy sanwiches are no less hearty than their meat-filled counterparts.
Even if your school days are long behind you, there&aposs something about autumn that screams back to school-and back to bagged lunches. But if you tend to favor veggies over meat, figuring out something healthy and filling to pack week after week can be a tough task. That&aposs why we&aposve rounded up 10 creative veggie-filled sandwich recipes from bloggers we love. So give your peanut butter and jelly habit a rest and get packing!
Pack a napkin: Barbecue is never neat and this sandwich is no exception. But when you&aposre biting into tempeh slathered in a sriracha-spiked sauce, you&aposll be too happy to notice.
Scoop this salad-which tastes like hummus-between two slices of wheat bread, for a vegetarian take on tuna- and egg-salad sandwiches…without the fishy or eggy smell. (Your cubemates will thank you!)
An olive and almond pesto elevates this sandwich from a simple stack of veggies and cheese between two slices of bread to a restaurant-worthy creation. Adapt the recipe with your favorite in-season vegetables for a sandwich that works all year round. (Here are more pesto recipes that don&apost involve pasta.)
If anyone can think of two foods that go together better than goat cheese and beets, we&aposd love to try them. Buy pre-roasted beets to cut the cook time for this recipe to practically nothing.
Vegetarian Sandwich Ideas
These Vegetarian Sandwich ideas, all featuring no more than 2 or 3 ingredients, will seriously change your lunch game. All healthy, fresh and fast to whip up, you'll never be without a good idea.
With more and more kids becoming vegetarian (including my son, Kenya), I&rsquom always trying to come up with unique creations that are affordable and easy to prepare in minutes. I start with good quality whole grain bread which I then toast to make sure it gets a good crusty outer layer to act as a barrier to prevent it from getting soggy by lunch time.
Then I take a high protein spread like sunbutter, peanut or almond butter, granola butter, whipped cream cheese (it&rsquos easier to spread then a brick of cream cheese), hummus, pesto and more as the base. No matter what you choose you want to make sure you use spreads that are high in nutrients and low in sugar if possible.
Not only do you want your sandwich to taste delicious, you want it to look gorgeous too. This comes from the toppings you choose. I bet if you look in your refrigerator you will find endless sandwich topping that come in the forms of fruits, vegetables, seeds, nuts, olives, cheese and more. You can cut them into different shapes using a mandoline, a sharp knife, a melon baller or even using your fingers to break foods up into fun shapes.
You can serve the sandwiches open face (the foods on top tend to act as a barrier if you using a bento style lunch box) or you can add more spread to the second piece of bread to make a sandwich to fill you and those your loves bellies with goodness. Here&rsquos a few vegetarian sandwich ideas that I send in my kids lunch box (or eat on my own).
SunButter, almond butter, peanut butter or almond butter and banana (this is by far my personal go to when I&rsquom making my lunch or even a late day snack to keep me energized).
Avocado and cucumber: this sandwich is super simple and with a sprinkle of hemp seeds a great way to add protein to your lunch too.
Red Bell Pepper Hummus with baby gems lettuce and ripe tomato slices is one of our go-to ways to enjoy an open faced sandwich.
This Egg and Pickle Salad Sandwich recipe is in the Weelicious Lunches cookbook and was the first one to disappear when I made this platter of sandwiches.
Chocolate Sun Butter is the best way to treat yourself with a boost of protein from the hemp and chia seeds too.
Cheesy Olive Tapenade (from the Weelicious Lunches cookbook ) with whipped cream cheese is by far the sandwich all of my kids ask for most often if I ask them what they want in their lunch box.
Have you ever had mascarpone with strawberry jam, fresh strawberries and blueberries? It&rsquos the way to turn a healthy sandwich into something that tastes more like dessert.
Pesto makes an amazing sandwich spread especially when topped with vegetables like grated carrots and chopped crunchy bell peppers.
When I was a kid there was nothing I love more than a cheese and tomato sandwich. You can use any type of cheese you love including Monterrey Jack, cheddar, colby and more and add hummus or garlic spread if you want to give it a little pop of extra flavor and texture.
No matter which one your choose you&rsquoll have 9 Vegetarian Sandwich ideas that will keep lunch fun and exciting.
Provolone Veggie Party Subs
These sandos are fully loaded with goodness. You won't even miss the meat.
med. peppers, seeded and cut into eights
(10- to 12-in.) hero rolls, split
marinated artichokes, drained and chopped
sun-dried tomatoes packed in oil, drained and thinly sliced
pickled pepper slices, drained
thinly sliced sharp provolone cheese
- Heat large covered saucepot of salted water to boiling on high. Preheat oven to 425 degrees F.
- To boiling water, add broccoli rabe cook 6 minutes or until stems are tender. Drain rinse with cold water. Drain well and gently squeeze dry,then coarsely chop set aside.
- On large rimmed baking sheet, toss peppers, onion, oil and 1/4 teaspoon each salt and pepper spread in single layer. Roast 20 minutes or until brown.
- Pull some bread from inside bottom halves of rolls save for another use. Layer bottoms of rolls with artichokes, broccoli rabe, sun-dried tomatoes, onion mixture, pickled peppers and then cheese.
- Arrange on foil-lined cookie sheets. Bake 8 minutes or until cheese has melted after 3 minutes, add tops of rolls to oven to toast. Replace tops cut sandwiches into smaller pieces for serving.
Nutrition Information (per serving): About 330 calories, 12 g protein, 33 g carbs, 19 g fat (5 g saturated fat), 5 g fiber, 720 mg sodium.
23 Creative Sandwich Recipes to Make Your Coworkers Jealous at Lunch
If you vowed to bring your lunch more often this year but are already getting bored of the usual go-tos, don't get discouraged. There's more to weekday lunches than salads and coming up with ideas for leftovers — so. much. more. Take these delicious sandwiches, for instance. They're gussied up versions of those lunch box sandwiches of school days past, best paired with an apple and a pudding cup. Your #saddesklunch just got happy. Get ready for the sandwich party!
Chipotle Pulled Portabello Sandwiches With Feta Cilantro Topping
This riff on a pulled pork sandwich will have you forgetting all about being a carnivore at heart. Portabellos taste wonderfully chewy and delicious in a chipotle BBQ sauce slathered on a pretzel bun. This is the guilt-free BBQ sandwich you’ve been looking for. (via Artful Desperado)
Crispy Chicken Sandwich
This crispy chicken sandwich is based on the Japanese chicken katsu sandwich (“katsu-sando”). It’s super tasty thanks to roasted garlic, crispy toasted panko and tonkatsu sauce. You’ll never look at a typical fast food chicken sandwich the same again. (via Just One Cookbook)
California Club With Chipotle Mayo
This triple decker club sandwich brings diner fare to your lunchbox. Chipotle mayo and avocado give it a delicious spicy and creamy kick that’s sure to wow your taste buds. (via From Away)
Plantain, Black Bean and Havarti Arepas
Arepas — tasty little corn cakes — are a staple of Venezuelan and Colombian cuisine. This one is filled with Latin-inspired ingredients, like sweet plantains, tangy havarti cheese, black beans and creamy avocado. You’ll barely be able to wait until lunchtime to dig in. (via Little Ferraro Kitchen)
There’s no denying it — traditional BLTs are the bomb! But you know what’s even better? Dressing up your BLT with Mexican-inspired additions like guacamole, chipotle paste and cheese. Introducing the BLTGCC. Okay, maybe that name won’t stick, but you get the picture. (via Brit + Co)
Vada pav is like an Indian deep fried veggie burger. The patty is made of potatoes and then dipped in a chickpea flour batter and deep fried. Green chutney made with fresh cilantro, mint and ginger adds a welcome brightness and acidity. It will transport you to the streets of Mumbai even if you’ve never been. (A Bit Wholesomely)
Go-to Turkey Sandwiches With LAY’S® Wavy Ranch Flavored Potato Chips
You don’t need a side of chips when you can put them directly on your sandwich. Wavy ranch potato chips give an already tasty sandwich a beautiful flavor-packed crunch. You might not want to eat a sandwich without potato chips after trying this. (via Brit + Co)
Toasted Pan Bagnat With Tomatoes, Mozzarella and Arugula
The simplicity of this sandwich is made possible by the freshness of its ingredients. Juicy, sweet summer tomatoes are ideal for the perfect bite. (via The Bojon Gourmet)
Mexican Torta With Eggs, Chorizo and Frijoles
This breakfast torta is so good, you won’t mind eating it for lunch too. Creamy eggs and beans meld together with spicy chorizo for a hearty sandwich that will fill you up for the rest of the day. (via En Mi Cocina Hoy)
Green Goddess Sandwiches
Your friends will turn green with envy at the sight of this all-shades-of-green sandwich. It’s a perfect blend of crisp, refreshing greens and homemade creamy green goddess dressing. If there were a sandwich goddess, it would look like this. (via The Bojon Gourmet)
Crispy Dill Chicken Sandwich
The way to get your fast food fix and not feel guilty about it is to make it at home. Sure, it’s not necessarily fast, but it tastes a lot better. Plus, you know every ingredient that goes into making it. This crispy dill chicken sandwich with a healthy Greek yogurt ranch sauce is just the not-so-fast food fix you’re craving. (via Yellow Bliss Road)
Tofu Banh Mi
This vegetarian banh mi is a healthy alternative to its heavier, meat-centered Vietnamese siblings. Tofu is marinated in ginger, garlic, Sriracha and soy sauce to make it super flavorful and never bland. Daikon radishes give this sandwich a big crunch you’ll keep coming back to. (via Food Fitness Fresh Air)
California Rainbow Veggie Sub With Goddess Dressing and BBQ Kale Chips
Radishes, zucchini, sprouts and cherry tomatoes are just some of the colorful vegetables you won’t find at your local sub joint. Instead, make this healthy lunch that you simply need in your life. (via Half Baked Harvest)
Leave it to Sweden to create a beautiful cake that’s secretly a sandwich. It’s a tricked-out tea sandwich made with smoked salmon, cream cheese, cucumber and fresh dill. You might want to raise a cup of tea to this work of sandwich art. (via Ms. Critique)
BBQ Portobello Mushroom Sandwich and Smoked Gouda
This vegetarian BBQ sandwich is inspired by a sandwich at Central BBQ in Memphis, Tennessee. It’s a beacon of light of a sandwich for vegetarians in a city of barbecued meat. The best part is that you don’t need to be a vegetarian to fall in love with this delicious treat. (via The Chubby Vegetarian)
This West Indian sandwich isn’t for the faint of heart. Spicy scotch bonnet pepper sauce is essential in this sandwich made with curried chickpeas and spiced roti. Warning: You’ll want to keep a glass of milk handy. (via Munchin With Munchkin)
Savory Corn Beef Brisket and Irish Cheddar French Toast With Kale Pesto Slaw/>This extremely hearty sandwich is ideal after a morning workout, or just if you’re really hungry for lunch. It’s on savory cheese french toast, for crying out loud! You earned it! (via Half Baked Harvest)
Monte Cristo Sandwich
This sandwich can’t decide if it’s breakfast or lunch, but that’s okay. You can decide for it. The bread in this ham and cheese sandwich is made of eggy french toast, so you can choose to dip in syrup if that’s what you’re in the mood for. It’s the most satisfying combo of salty and sweet. (via She Wears Many Hats)
Though this Israeli sandwich is typically served on pita, you can make it on two slices of quality bread like sourdough. It’s incredibly satisfying even though it’s only made up of four components: meaty eggplant, hard boiled eggs, cucumber and a lemony tahini sauce. (via Big Girls Small Kitchen)
Spicy Roasted Shrimp Sandwich With Chipotle Avocado Mayonnaise
This sandwich is just the thing to beat the boring lunch blues. Roasted shrimp gets a spicy seasoning that strikes a balances the creamy chipotle avocado mayonnaise. Pack this for lunch and you’ll be wondering if 10am is an appropriate time to eat lunch. (via Damn Delicious)
Greek Yogurt Chicken Salad Sandwich
Chicken salad gets a healthy makeover with Greek yogurt instead of mayonnaise, which you won’t miss. It’s so good, you’ll want to eat it straight from the mixing bowl. (via Damn Delicious)
: This spicy meatball banh mi will wake you up from your afternoon daze with a punch of flavor. The meatballs are spicy, umami rich and juicy, so when they’re paired with a bright daikon carrot salad, plenty of fresh herbs and creamy mayo, you’ve got the perfect Vietnamese-style sandwich. (via The Woks of Life)
Avocado Crab Rolls
This rich crab roll is a tantalizing daydream that takes you on a trip to a summer day in Maine and back all in one lunch break. (via Food52)