#RecipeLab Sandwich Week Start Page

4th February #MicroblogMondays – #RecipeLab is back with Sandwich Week! This time with a variety of sandwiches, both vegetarian and not – See all recipes here.

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Alright! Welcome back to Recipe Lab! For February, I’m doing Sandwich Week. Over the course of the week, you’ll see some great sandwich recipes, varying in difficulty level. Now sandwiches are highly customizable foods, so if you like the sound of a recipe, feel free to use it, or to switch it up and make it your own. If you do though, let me know with a picture on Instagram or a comment link here!

The concept of Recipe Lab is simple: take one ingredient or theme, and put up (at least) 5 recipes using that ingredient or matching that theme.

Sandwiches are everyone’s bread-and-butter (ayyyy), and there really isn’t a definition to a sandwich. The basic features of a sandwich are easy to eat, easy to put together, and great mix of flavours. Beyond that, there is no restriction really. Slap whatever you want between two pieces of bread, but here are some great recipes with a little more thought behind them. Click the images below to go to the recipe.

Sandwich Week 1 - Orange and Soy Chicken Sub | #RecipeLab | Thorough and Unkempt
Orange Soy Chicken Sub
Sandwich Week 2 - Egg and Banana | #RecipeLab | Thorough and Unkempt
Banana and Egg Sandwich
Sandwich Week 3 - Coconut and Curd | #RecipeLab | Thorough and Unkempt
Coconut and Yoghurt Sandwich
Sandwich Week 4 - Hummus and Pita | #RecipeLab | Thorough and Unkempt
Hummus and Pita
Sandwich Week 5 - Flatbread Club | #RecipeLab | Thorough and Unkempt
Club Sandwich

I’ve tried to keep a decent balance between vegetarian and non vegetarian meals, but if there is something else you’d like to see, let me know in the comments. I welcome your recommendations and feedback.

Question of the day: Do you cook? What is your favourite type of sandwich? Answer below!

Thank you for reading the Sandwich Week Start Page. Go check out the recipes, or check the Cooking category in the Library for more!

  • Mel

    I love that you’re having some vegetarian sandwiches. It’s really hard to find them when I’m out. It feels like sandwich shops think a vegetarian sandwich should just be their normal sandwich, minus the meat. But I don’t really want to eat lettuce and tomato on a piece of bread.

    • Vaibhav

      Check out today’s coconut and yoghurt sandwich, and hold out for tomorrow’s vegetarian option as well. 🙂

  • When I make a sandwich, it is really a simple, instant, sandwich. Like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. 🙂

    • Vaibhav

      I get that, but my thought is that when you want to treat yourself to something a little bit better, you add things.

      Like, to Peanut Butter and Jelly, I’d add, say Bacon, potato chips and maybe lettuce.