This simple yet satisfying sandwich was created by an original Applegater, and named by a beloved Facebook fan! S - Spinach C - Chicken R- Radicchio A - Avocado P - Pickled Cabbage
Full of fresh, juicy vegetables, briny olives and a tzatziki-like sauce, this wrap proves that chicken tenders have a delicious life beyond ketchup. Makes 1 wrap
Mango chutney sweetens this mouthwatering, jerk-seasoned chicken sausage sandwich for a lush of tropical flavor. Bring a taste of the Caribbean to any meal! Serves 4
We have some pretty strong opinions on what goes into the perfect breakfast sandwich. Scrambled eggs and chicken sausage are a non-negotiable elements. Serves 4
By definition, a panini should be neat and elegant—just a slice or two of cheese and a wisp of savory meat, all tucked between thin slices of good bread. We love the sweetness that a smear of fig jam adds. Note: If you do not have a sandwich press, cook the sandwiches in a skillet and press down...
This sandwich rocks! Spicy, cheesy, bacony…it covers all the bases of yum. Mayonnaise is a great tool for grilled cheeses—it’s easy to spread and toasts up to an even golden crunch Makes 2
Originally from the Puebla region of Mexico, the cemita has made its way north of the border and into hearts all over the country. Always made on a soft, sesame seed–topped roll, a cemita may be filled with most any type of grilled or roasted meat, plus white string cheese. This colorful version...
These Vietnamese sandwiches have become incredibly popular in the last several years, and deservedly so. A good bánh mì delivers a perfect amalgamation of rich meatiness and brightness, in the form of crisp carrot and daikon and sprigs of fresh cilantro. Makes 2 sandwiches.
Applegate Culinologist Jason Clarke brings us these great Oktoberfest recipes. Oktoberfest is a fall festival that celebrates beer-drinking and merrymaking, two activities that he can definitely get behind! For the first item, there’s Griddled Black Forest Ham and Swiss on Rye, a twist on a...
Wraps are the rage! Who would have guessed that the traditional sandwich would suddenly have a rival? This combo of natural turkey, Caesar wrap, turkey wrap and smoked turkey breast is all that and more! Serves 1-2
After that cutting, heating and whisking, and as you savor this amazing creation, it won’t be hard to remember that the French Dip Panini is the best ever! Serves 4
Try this: As you savor this amazing creation, remember that the New Yorker Panini is completely easy to make again! Isn't that an almost illegally good feeling? Serves 4
And there you have it! It's our (admittedly biased) opinion that you cannot beat a recipe that includes Sunday bacon! Serves 4
Some like it sweet, but Bridget from our Social Media team likes it tangy! Take a lunchtime trip to the Mediterranean with a fresh take on classic ingredients.
A Cuban sandwich may sound exotic, but really, the flavors couldn’t be more comforting and satisfying—ham, swiss, zingy mustard and pickles. The twist here is that they are presented in a crisp empanada shell. Think: crazy delicious hot pocket. If you want to make these well ahead of Game Day,...
A waffle iron is a great tool for making grilled cheese sandwiches—it gives you plenty of crisp and crunchy edges. Depending on your particular maker, you should be able to make 2 or 4 sandwiches at a time, so adjust the recipe as needed. Makes 2 sandwiches
Make your next backyard barbecue easier than ever by serving up delicious, bratwurst with creamy cole slaw and sour pickles. Serves 4
Who says chicken nuggets are only for kids? These Vietnamese-inspired sandwiches are full of big, bold flavors—spicy, sweet, savory and bright. If you don’t have sriracha mayo on hand (we love Sir Kensington’s brand), it’s easy enough to make yourself: Just stir sriracha to taste into mayonnaise....
Your favorite bottled barbecue sauce helps these sandwiches come together in a flash. The filling is also delicious folded into a wrap or tortilla. The coleslaw improves in flavor if made ahead (up to a full day). Makes 2 large or 4 small sandwiches
This robust recipe is very versatile—serve it as we suggest here, as the filling for a wrap, or serve it on its own as a salad, paired with grilled bread or pita. We sometimes make it as a jar salad, layering each ingredient in a pint jar, along with the dressing, and then shake it to mix just...