The distance from Morocco to Paris, or from Venezuela to Canada is a stone`s throw if you try on every stop culinary landmarks created with heart and soul.
And let them say that the sandwich is not a food and that it is too easy for foodies!
In this post, we will prove that even a sandwich can become a work of culinary art.
P.S: don`t read this post if you are hungry!!
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Traditional Chilean sandwich of thinly sliced steak or pork on a round bun with tomatoes, green beans, and chili pepper.
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Chip butty (Great Britain)
Simple French fries on bread usually dressed with ketchup or brown sauce. In Great Britain, this sandwich is also called a chip roll, a muffin, or a chips bun.
In general, interesting names for such a straightforward snack.
This delicious snack was a working class food served in pubs back in old England, now it is an every day common snack that tastes awesome!
In this recipe, you won’t find traditional bread. You will find the corn tortilla instead, as you wrap up a variety of toppings in it.
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Croque Madame (France)
Translated from the French “croquer” means “to crunch” that fully explains the essence of this tasty sandwich. Add some semi-hard cheese, eggs, ham, chives and a smidgen of hot butter to your white French bread.
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This kind of sandwich appeared in Puebla. It consists of avocado, meat, white cheese, onions and salsa Roja, and bun-brioche.
Enter: the fried chicken cemita. You can get these at tons of Mexican places, and they’re not being made in response to any trends. They usually use thin fried chicken cutlets, but we’re going to go somewhere in between a cemita and a fried chicken sandwich by using brined boneless, skinless chicken thighs, then topping it like a solid cemita.
Chivito is translated from Spanish as “little goat”, but this sandwich is made from slices of beef with mozzarella cheese, tomatoes, mayonnaise, olives and often with bacon, eggs, and ham. In general, a little bit of everything.
Doubles (Trinidad & Tobago & Caribbean)
The popular sandwich made with chickpeas, fried bread, and curry. You can also add mango, cucumber, coconut, and tamarind. Quite a popular snack at bedtime.
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Montreal sandwich with smoked meat (Canada)
For those who love meat options – Montreal smoked meat sandwich is the best choice. By the way, this is one of the favorite sandwiches among the musicians from the Rolling Stones.
Put some mustard on bread. Put cucumber chopped on slices. Add meat (beef), which has been extinguished with spices (pepper, coriander, cumin, fennel, mustard, celery seeds, paprika, brown sugar), garlic in red wine, and slices of bacon.
Usually there are not any taste test but my son really like it and I could not resist, so….let me know if you want taste tests in some of my videos. If you like pastrami you will really like Montreal Smoked Meat. This sandwich is pretty much awesome and I really hope you give it a try.
Pan bagna (Nice, France)
Round bun soaked in olive oil and grated with garlic, tuna (if you drain liquid, you can take canned tuna), steep egg, onion, small olives, and salad – this is a sandwich that fishermen from Nice took in the sea.
This is the best option for the road: Pan Bagna is even tastier the next day!
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Katsu Sando (Japan)
“Minimal” sandwich with tonkatsu (Japanese pork cutlet) and chopped cabbage. It is quite popular in Japan, especially at lunch.
Also, the sandwich has “tonkatsu” sauce, similar to Worcestershire sauce. This is very tasty, interesting sandwich, which is a little different from traditional European sandwiches, to which we are accustomed.
Katsu Sando is Tonkatsu Sandwich and it is another popular Japanese dish! It is great for bentos (lunchbox item) and potluck parties, too! Instead of using boneless pork chops, I’m going to use thinly sliced pork!
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