Sandwich

25 Hearty Sandwiches to Make for Dinner — Recipes from The Kitchn

Somewhere along the line, the sandwich got defined as lunch food. That's a shame because if you stuff good bread with enough hearty, flavorful things, a dinner sandwich can be the best meal of all. Maybe it's something as simple and satisfying as a grilled cheese stuffed with juicy slices of tomato, a hot and indulgent French dip, or a cold sandwich piled high with deli meats and cheeses. We rounded up our 25 most favorite sandwiches that fit the bill for the evening meal — utensils not required, but you may definitely need a napkin or two.

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Recipe: Smoky Portobello Mushroom Cheeseburgers — Quick and Easy Vegetarian Dinners

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I used to cook portobello mushroom burgers all the time, but that went out the door as soon as I met my now-fiancé. The thought of a "burger" that was not a burger at all did not exactly appeal to him.

This recipe changed all that. He gobbled his mushroom burger up and asked if we could make them again the following week. That's because these aren't just any mushroom burgers. Topped with gooey smoked Gouda, a slew of tangy Peppadew peppers, and a handful of peppery arugula, the result is a meatless burger that's so far from ordinary, it's one that both vegetarians and carnivores can 100% get behind.

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Recipe: Summer Vegetables Sub Sandwich with Garlic Cream Cheese — Quick and Easy Weeknight Dinners

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You're hitting the road in just under an hour, the bags are packed, the house is tidy, and then you hear it: the hungry gurgle of an empty belly. Not wanting to mess up the kitchen, you reach for a few pantry ingredients and the half a container of cream cheese languishing in the fridge. The goal? Only dirty the dishes you can throw in the dishwasher you'll run before you leave, but also make a tasty sandwich you can eat now or in the car.

Enter: the summer vegetable sub sandwich. Gilded with a flavorful cream cheese and topped with just a handful of fresh vegetables and a few jarred ones, this sandwich is just the sort of thing to fuel your trip. Plus, it travels incredibly well. Here's how to make it without messing up the kitchen.

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Recipe: Sauerkraut and Sausage Roll — The 6-Minute Lunch

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The most important thing you need to know about this recipe is that it comes together in under six minutes and involves hearty sausage, tangy sauerkraut, sweet roasted red peppers, and plenty of grainy mustard, just for good measure. Oh, and it's all tucked inside a tender pretzel roll to gild the lily, because lunches need that sometimes.

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Your Guide to Making Honest-to-God 6-Minute Lunches — The 6-Minute Lunch

Making lunch happen can be a challenge sometimes when, more often than not, you hardly have the minutes to spare. Although I think you can spare six minutes. That's seriously all the time it takes to get these five lunch recipes together. These are real lunches, too — I am not talking about grabbing some pita chips and hummus and calling it a meal. Instead, I mean hearty sandwiches, extra-flavorful salads, and more, all made possible thanks to a few key ideas. Follow them and you're guaranteed to have a tasty, flavorful lunch in next to no time. Here's how to do it.

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Recipe: Peanut Butter, Banana, and Granola Wrap — The 6-Minute Lunch

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When your stomach is growling for lunch and your pantry is nearly bare, I bet you can still rummage up the ingredients for this satisfying wrap. Oh, sure, you're thinking it's just a hum-drum peanut butter sandwich — might as well make your standard PB&J — but this is not the case. Diced bananas sweeten the situation and a big handful of granola adds that textural crunch that so many peanut butter lunches are missing. What seals the deal, though, is that this wrap is quickly seared in a skillet, which browns and crisps up the outside and warms up the inside so the peanut butter begins to melt and become wonderfully gooey. Yup, this is far from your average peanut butter sandwich — and it takes no more time to make.

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