Back in the good ol’ USA, Louisiana sells a delicious sandwich called a Muffaletta. It consists of two thick pieces of round Sicilian sesame bread packed with cheesy mozzarella and provolone, alone with mouthwatering meats like salami and mortadella. Throw on a marinated olive salad to brighten the whole thing up, and your food coma will be the most satisfying ever. If you’re craving Italian, make this.
These are basically tea time sandwiches for the Japanese. Crustless mini sandwiches made with white bread and fried pork cutlet. Juicy and flavorful meat sandwiched between soft and fluffy white bread doused in katsu sauce? Sounds like a childhood dream meets the perfect simple lunchtime sandwich. Pillow, meaty goodness.
The UK are known for tea parties, and a savory component of these dainty events are known as “tea sandwiches“. They’re also made from crustless white bread, with a classic filling cream cheese and fresh veggies like cucumber, radishes, or watercress. Cucumber is amazingly refreshing and the most popular. We could easily see shoving 5 in our face with some breakfast tea.
France might be known for their pastries, but their sandwiches aren’t too shabby either! It’s pretty much a Nicoise salad with a delicious baguette thrown on. Veggies like tomato, pepper, radishes, and anchovies are dressed in olive oil and sprinkled with a hard-boiled egg. It’s a refreshing Provencal sandwich that is filling and veggie packed.