22 Simple Homemade Sandwich Filling Ideas

4th September 2017
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Do you make your own sandwiches at home?

 

sandwich filling ideas

Home made sandwiches are great for lunch as you can prepare them well ahead of time.

They are less expensive than store bought sandwich which are full of preservatives and additives to make them stay fresh for longer.

Homemade sandwiches are also great for kids lunch-packs especially if you have fussy eaters who are not keen on school dinners.

Here 22 simple sandwich filling ideas

1.  Jam And Butter

2. Egg And Mayonnaise

3.  Any Sunday Roast Left Over Meats

4. Pulled Duck, Lettuce and Tomato

5. Shredded Chicken, Lettuce, Tomato And Mayonnaise

6. Pulled Pork, Lettuce, Tomato And Cucumber

7. Baked Fish, Lettuce and Tomato

8. Roasted Turkey, Cucumber, Tomato And Cheese

9. Peanut Butter and Strawberry Jam

10. Tuna And Mayonnaise

11. Ham, Cheese, Tomato Cucumber And Salad Leaves

12. Cheese And Tomato

13.  Cheese And Onion

14. Cream Cheese, Cucumber And Radish

15. Cheese And Chutney

16. Grated Carrots, Hummus and Cucumber

17. Sardines And Tomatoes

18. Chicken, Sweetcorn and Mayo

19. Egg and Avocado

20. Banana, Avocado and Boiled egg

21. Tuna, Sweetcorn And Mayonnaise

22. Vegetable Mix Sandwich (Lettuce, Cucumber, Tomatoes, Peppers And Onions)

5 Tips On Making Sandwiches

1.Use fresh bread when making your sandwiches as it tastes much better.

2. Use spreads to avoid sogginess. It’s easy for sandwiches to get soggy to avoid this you need to use spread such as butter, mayonnaise and margarine. 

3. Add vegetables when making your sandwiches, they are a variety of vegetable you can put in your sandwiches. Sandwiches with vegetable look appetising and they are healthy too.

4. Learn how to layer your sandwiches. When making your sandwich it important to lay the filling in a good order.

Start with spreads then meat and or cheese then put watery vegetables in the middle to avoid sogginess.

5. Wrap sandwiches in sandwich bags then put then in containers or lunchbox in the fridge until you are ready to use them.

Most homemade sandwiches can last up to 2 days in the fridge depending on the fillings used in the fist place.

Over to you…

Which sandwich filling do you enjoy most?

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