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10 Sandwiches From Around The World That You Should Try

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Sandwiches around the world all take the same basic ingredients. However, some countries still manage to twist the concept that makes it unique and worth trying.

There’s something about a well-made sandwich that attracts tourists and locals. When it comes to global gastronomy, the sandwich reigns supreme.

Mouth-watering… you just have to have it!

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Here are ten sandwiches from around the world that you should try.

1. Bánh mì — Vietnam

Source: Wikipedia

Bánh mì is a delicious combination of deli-style pork, pate, and veggies. Regional variations in Vietnam involve adding headcheese, pork sausage, and various other vegetables.

2. Jambon-beurre — France

Jambon-beurre is just ham and butter on a baguette, but its perfect simplicity is what makes it a constant favorite of sandwich lovers.

3. Panini — Italy

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Panini is a grilled sandwich made from baguette, ciabatta, and michetta. It is filled with cheese, ham, mortadella, salami, etc., then pressed by a warming grill.

4. Shawarma — Middle East

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Shawarma is a Levantine meat preparation, where thin cuts mixed meats are stacked in a cone-like shape on a vertical rotisserie. Shavings are cut off the block of meat then stuffed inside bread or a wrap with tons of vegetables.

5. Torta — Mexico

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Torta is a kind of sandwich, served on an oblong, firm, crusty white sandwich roll.

6. Vada Pav — India

Source: iftarparty

Vada Pav is a vegetarian fast food dish consists of a deep fried potato dumpling placed inside a bread bun (pav) sliced almost in half through the middle.

7. Arepa — Colombia and Venezuela

Source: Serious Eats

Arepa is a corn flatbread that makes a great alternative to bread for a unique sandwich. This corn-based griddle cake is also naturally gluten-free and reheats even better than bread, bagels, or English muffins, which makes them the best vessel for a breakfast sandwich.

8. Cuban Sandwich — Florida

Source: Serious Eats

A Cuban sandwich is a variation of a ham and cheese sandwich. A coat of yellow mustard is spread on the bread. Then sliced roast pork, glazed ham, Swiss cheese, and thinly sliced dill pickles are added in layers.

9. Bocadillo — Spain

Source: Jetset Times

Bocadillo is made with Spanish bread; usually, a baguette or similar type of bread, cut lengthwise. It is filled with an omelet, tuna, chicken, chorizo, pork, or cheese.

10. Chip butty — United Kingdom

Source: Food Network

A chip butty has two buttered white breads with chips in the middle. You can add some condiments of your choice.

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