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Where can i find some recipes to make sandwiches in my sandwich maker?

Asked by 2late2be (2278 points ) July 8th, 2009

i only put bread, ham and cheese, want to try something different, any ideas?

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DeanV's avatar

Sandwich maker? Huh? Is that like a significant other?

Try AllRecipies, I guess. I’m just curious on what this thing is… Or maybe I’m culinary retarded. That’s probably more likely…

marinelife's avatar

Here are a bunch of Italian recipes.

Google panini.

sandystrachan's avatar

Tuna, sweetcorn, sugar onions onions fried in sugar salad cream and tomato sauce ketchup goes rather well in a maker .
You should just experiment with whats in the cupboards .

sandystrachan's avatar

You could make pizza pockets, use sheep cheese instead of cheddar.
Fruit with icing sugar is yummy, use the maker to make omelets . I make cakes in mine and in my waffle maker .

Oh now you could get real hard icecream and put it between brioche , add some strawberries or other soft fruit that is amazing .

DeanV's avatar

Aww… Now I feel stupid. Sandwich cooker, I guess. I’ve definitely heard of those. I was picturing something like “Put the bread in here”, “put the mustard in here”... etc.

christine215's avatar

try www.recipezaar.com

they’ve got anything you could think of there! (love that site, it’s my ‘go to’ place when I can’t think of what to make

PandoraBoxx's avatar

artichoke, provolone, sundried tomatoes, spinach on pumpernickel

aprilsimnel's avatar

@PandoraBoxx – That sounds really good!

YARNLADY's avatar

@dverhey Maybe an idea for a new invention? I didn’t know what they were either.

jca's avatar

how bout stuffed french toast? take a piece of bread, soak it in the mix, lay it down, put on top of it some sliced apples or whatever suits you, and then another soaked slice on top, squish and cook. sounds great. i’m getting hungry now. you could use raisin bread, you could thrown on some walnuts. whatever. if you’re really lazy you could probably use canned apple pie mix. you could probably do this with blue berries or bananas or other fruit, too.

PandoraBoxx's avatar

@jca, a little cream cheese, chopped apples, sliced bananas between that raisin bread, please.

jca's avatar

this makes me want to go out and buy a sandwich maker. oh nooooo, i don’t have room in the cabinets!!

VS's avatar

I love my sandwich maker and use it at least once a week. You are limited only by your imagination as to the sandwiches you can make. There are so many different kinds of bread, cheese and meat to choose from. I like Jewish rye with pastrami, Swiss and sauerkraut and a little bit of spicy mustard. I have discovered that using I Can’t Believe it’s Not Butter Mediterranian Blend with Olive Oil on the outside pieces of bread, no matter what you put inside, makes the most delicious sandwiches ever. This is definitely THE most used small appliance in my kitchen.
@PandoraBoxx I will for sure be trying that artichoke thing!!

WestRiverrat's avatar

Anything you can think up that will fit. Peanut butter and sliced dill pickles on whole wheat.

Or you can make an Elvis, peanut butter, banana, and bacon. Precook the bacon.

jca's avatar

@WestRiverrat: How about a peanut butter, banana and chocolate?

Another idea: how about cream cheese and jelly, hot?

WestRiverrat's avatar

Cream cheese and jelly sounds like it would be good on raisin bread.

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