The earthy flavor of the beef and the salsa’s bright citrus, gentle pungent heat and refreshing crunch showcase the appeal of each element while acting together in perfect harmony. The tortillas may be made two days in advance, and the salsa several hours ahead.
These sandwiches may be assembled up to two hours ahead: cover with a damp paper towel topped with plastic wrap and to prevent the bread from drying.
Dill, lemon and capers make a refreshing combination for pasta salad.
A thick layer of slowly caramelized onion is slathered over a pizza-like crust and topped with anchovies and olives in this classic Nicoise tart.
An homage, of sorts, to the Hispanic communities of the Bronx, where spicy chile flavoring is a way of culinary life.
Nuts on pizza are not something you’ll come by often, but they add a delightful crunch as well as contributing healthy proteins and oils saving the need for extra meat and cheese.
Combine hard-cooked eggs with different flavor inspirations from Spain, Italy and Provence, like sundried tomatoes, capers, and tapenade, for flavorful, savory sandwiches or easy hors-d’oeuvres.
Forget the oven—you can make this homemade-from-scratch skillet pizza right on the stove, and all in one pan. (Can you say: “easy cleanup”?) The key to the nice, crisp crust is flipping it once before you add the toppings.
This is what happens when a simple grilled cheese sandwich grows up and learns the art of self-expression. The deep, rich umami (savory) flavor of the roast tomato provide the perfect foil for the creamy, rich cheese and the surprising tangy sweetness of the balsamic syrup.
Egg salad gets spicy with the addition of sriracha! Tossed with crumbled bacon and creamy avocado, this kicked-up classic is sure to become your new go-to recipe.
So many flavor options, and they are all delicious! Corn or flour tortillas? Green or red curry paste? Red or green cabbage? Yum!
It’s like a BLT in a bowl – this easy-to-make rice bowl is filled with bacon, grilled chicken and avocado and tossed with a zesty pesto ranch dressing.
At once rustic and sophisticated, this dish can be on the table in less than 45 minutes.
These fresh grilled vegetable sandwiches are the perfect summer lunch to share by the pool or to eat while on-the-go. The naan, vegetables, and tzatziki are all prepared ahead of time for simple make-your-own sandwiches that are sure to be a crowd pleaser.
Make the chili in advance if you’d like; it keeps well in the refrigerator for several days or freezes well.
Layered meats, provolone and olive salad make this New Orleans-born sandwich a tourist attraction in its native city. While it is not traditional, we suggest you make yours up to a day ahead, which allows time for the flavors of the olive salad to soak into the bread.
When the classic post-holiday turkey sandwich meets up with a classic deli favorite, a new tradition is born. Long live the new king of the day after!
Being raised in Australia, we are exposed to a huge variety of Middle Eastern dishes. One of my favorites is Fattoush, using Pita bread and seasoned lightly with rich red Sumac, a Moroccan herb that adds a fragrantly sour character. It’s perfect with lamb!
Quick flatbread and tasty chicken make this a keeper.
Travel to New Orleans with your very first bite of this fried fish sandwich with pickles and mayonnaise. It’s the next best thing to being there.
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