A bacon, egg and cheese sandwich is a Breakfast Sandwich made with bacon, eggs (typically fried or scrambled), cheese and bread, which may be buttered and toasted. Many similar sandwiches exist, substituting alternate meat products for the bacon or using different varieties of cheese or bread.
Category: Sandwiches, Rolls, and Wraps
Fresh sandwiches, rolls and wraps can hold their own against any other fast food. This is our collection of recipes and ideas for making the best sandwiches rolls or wraps for a healthy meal. From quick and easy healthy lunch wraps and sandwiches to gourmet foods for guests at a party, our collection has plenty of choices.
A bacon sandwich (also known in the United Kingdom, and New Zealand as a bacon butty or bacon sarnie, rasher sandwich in Ireland, and as a bacon sanger or piece ‘n bacon in Scotland) is a sandwich of cooked bacon and butter, often including ketchup or brown sauce, and usually served hot.
Chiko Rolls have always been a mystery, the contents of which you can never be sure of. The recipe for Homemade Chiko Rolls is very much like the real thing, however this easy recipe is a variation that has an Asian twist to it and is great when served with a chilli sauce dip.
A Beef on Weck is a variety of steak sandwich found primarily in Western New York. It is made with roast beef on a Kummelweck Roll. The meat on the sandwich is traditionally served rare, thin cut, with the top bun getting a dip au jus. Accompaniments include horseradish, a dill pickle spear, and French Fries.
Busy stalls selling bun kabab are a typical sight on the streets of Karachi which come alive at night after locals finish work and need a quick and spicy snack. There are many regional variations to this street food favourite, one of which is the addition of a fried egg or an omelette.
A bread roll covered with sesame seeds with filling ingredients usually restricted to sliced avocado, meat, white cheese, onions, the herb pápalo and a Mexican spicy red sauce (salsa roja).
The chip butty was originally considered a working-class meal and was served in pubs. In the United Kingdom, chips are rarely ever cooked solely for the reason of a chip sandwich. Usually a meal is served with a round of bread so diners can assemble their own chip butty with leftover chips. The chip butty can be vegetarian-friendly if the chips are not fried in lard or dripping, as used to be traditional in a British chip shop.