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Top 10: Sandwich recipes

Whether to take along to a picnic, for lunch or for dinner, sandwiches are a family favourite. Get adventurous with these top 10 sandwich recipes, including popular club sandwiches.

Fish fillet sandwiches & homemade tartare sauce

Ready in 30 minutes, serves 4. 300g fillets of fresh, skinned fish such as hoki, gurnard or terakihi; 2 eggs…


Egg salad club sandwiches

Other child-friendly sandwich suggestions include pesto, avocado and tomato, and peanut butter with banana


Teriyaki chicken, crunchy peanut & lime avocado sandwich

Ready in 10 minutes, makes one sandwich 2 slices buttered toast½ cup cooked teriyaki chicken1 tbsp crunchy peanut butter3 tbsp avocado mix (below)1 tbsp sprouted cress, optional1. Place toast on


Pastrami Club sandwich

After you make these sandwiches, wrap them in a damp towel and keep them cool. This will ensure they stay pristine.Ready in 10 minutes, makes 8 club sandwichesButter, to spread12 slices wholegrain bread4


Retro recipe – Club sandwiches

Here are some of the many delicious club sandwich suggestions the news letter readers sent in for me, they went down a treat!

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Gourmet toasted club sandwich

2 tbsp oil 2 chicken breasts, boneless 4 rashers bacon 12 slices bakery bread, (eg ciabatta) 1 avocado, sliced 1/4 cup good quality mayonnaise 2 medium tomatoes, sliced 1 cup lettuce leaves 1. Heat oil


BBQ steak sandwich with honey onions

Honey onions 2 tbsp olive oil 3 medium-sized onions, sliced 2 tbsp honey 2 tbsp balsamic vinegar Salt and freshly ground black pepper Steak Sandwich 4 x 120g lean beef steaks, such as sirloin or rump


Mini bagel BLT sandwiches

Serves 2 4 baby bagels, split in half Butter or mayonnaise, to spread 4 slices crispy, fried bacon, drained on paper towels 2 iceberg lettuce leaves 2 tomatoes, sliced and drained on paper towels Salt


Felicity’s chicken sandwhiches

Ready in 1 hour, makes 40 sandwiches. 2-3 boneless skinless chicken thighs – free range if possible 1/4 onion – sliced 1 clove garlic – peeled and crushed


Traditional sandwich pastes

In the days when people gathered for morning and afternoon teas, sandwiches were a delicate affair, not the huge doorstop mounds of bread and a variety of fillings we have today. In Nana’s time they were

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