Sandwiches are a Foodies gift from God! And if you plan on taking a vacation we have got you covered!
Here’s a list that jots downs some of the best sandwiches from around the world!
Bánh mì — Vietnam
Bánh comes from the Vietnamese word for bread, and the super-soft rolls used help set these sandwiches apart from a typical sub. Filled with deliciously grilled protein and loaded with pickled veggies, cilantro, mayo and jalapenos, the bánh mì is anything but boring.
Jambon-beurre — France
Perfect in its simplicity, the jambon-beurre brings together ham and butter on a crunchy baguette. You can add salty cornichons to this sandwich for extra crunch, or top it with melted Swiss cheese like this recipe suggests
Panini — Italy
Tired of grilled cheese? Upgrade to a panino! (Panini is plural in Italian.) This hearty sandwich is usually ciabatta bread plus tons of Italian meats and cheeses, all pressed to perfection on a grill or in a panini maker.
Shawarma — Middle East
Riffs on this delightful wrap are found throughout the Mediterranean and Middle East. Greek gyros and Turkish doner kebabs share the same lineage with the shawarma. Grilled meat is cut off a spit and placed in a pita with tons of vegetables. It’s fresh and filling.
Bun kabab — Pakistan
One of the most popular street food in the country which you’d probably find at any corner. With a variety of filling to choose from be it an egg, potatoes, lentils kebabs or meat. This one delicacy is equally fulfilling and pocket-friendly!
Torta — Mexico
This is a Mexican classic you can enjoy for breakfast, lunch or dinner. You can also eat your torta hot or cold, make it vegetarian-friendly, or satisfy your inner carnivore.
Vada Pav — India
Are you a vegetarian or opt for the occasional meat-free day? Try a vada pav. This Indian street food is made from fried potatoes well-seasoned with spice and popped in a bun with chutney and chilies. It’s an excellent way to reap the benefits of eating more spices.
Cuban Sandwich — Florida
With Cuban origins that date back hundreds of years, the modern-day incarnation of this glorious sandwich comes from Florida’s vibrant Cuban community.
Bocadillo — Spain
Bocadillos are a type of tapa, a small-portion Spanish appetizer. Fill your bread with an omelet, tuna, chicken, chorizo or cheese. It’s a simple affair and can be served hot or cold. Wash it down with a cool glass of sangria for the ultimate Spanish pick-me-up.
Chip butty — United Kingdom
The chip butty is a carb lover’s dream. Take one buttered roll and cram it full of thick-cut French fries dash on some malt vinegar and salt if you’d like, and tuck in. It’s a staple in all fish and chip shops!