This Cuban chicken sandwich can be found in cafeterias and restaurants all over Miami. There’s no need to make the trip though, you can make it at home. In this recipe, thin chicken breasts are seasoned, Then they’re pan fried and served on Cuban bread and topped with grilled onions, lettuce, tomatoes and potato sticks. Really easy!
A traditional Cuban sandwich is made with ham, Swiss cheese, roast pork and pickles all generously stacked on Cuban bread. The sandwich lightly buttered and heated on a plancha until the bread is toasty and the cheese is melted. It’s one of the best sandwiches ever!
In this Buffalo chicken sandwich, chicken breasts are coated in seasoned flour and fried until golden on the outside, and juicy on the inside. Then they’re tossed in a simple Buffalo sauce and served with lettuce, tomatoes, pickles and blue cheese dressing.
These Patty Melts start with simply seasoned ground beef patties that are grilled to taste. Then they get a generous amount of cheese, perfectly grilled onions and crispy bacon. All this goodness is stacked in between white sandwich bread, then cooked grilled-cheese-style with plenty of butter. Absolutely delicious, enjoy!
These Italian Sausage Meatball Subs make perfect weekend fare. Since the Italian sausage is seasoned already, you only need a handful of ingredients to make these delicious sandwiches. Using your favorite jarred sauce is another time (and energy) saver. Put these subs together right before game-time and your family and friends will be cheering for you.
These little sliders are a mini version of the popular Cuban sandwich, with just a few tweaks. Instead of marinating for 24 hours, then spending all day roasting lechon, we use pork tenderloin marinated for a couple of hours in a traditional mojo. The pork…