13 best traditional sandwiches from different cultures of the world. Part 1

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13 best traditional sandwiches from different cultures of the world. Part 1

The idea to wrap the bread in food and eat it in this form was known thousands of years ago. Uncomplicated appetizer did not require much time for preparation, besides it was convenient to take with you. We can say that the appearance of a hand sandwich cooks almost all countries, but as a separate dish it appeared in England. According to the generally accepted version, it was named after John Montagu, 4th Earl Sendvichskogo that during a card game snacking on a sandwich.

In the classic version of sandwich consists of two slices of bread between which is embedded one or a couple of pieces of thinly sliced meat. But in every kitchen there is a version of this dish. Sometimes local chefs soraschayut number of slices of bread to one, and the meat is added a variety of other ingredients or did replace it with fish or chicken. We found that the dish is meant by a sandwich in different countries and what are the ingredients used for its preparation.

1.Sandwich with chicken and avocado, Australia


Ingredients: chicken, aioli sauce, Avocado, tomatoes, 2 slices of rye bread

2. Sandwich Gatsby, South Africa


Ingredients: Piri piri, Steak, Polony, Lettuce, French fries, Ketchup, Italian bread

3. Smёrrebrёd, Denmark


Ingredients: Rye bread, Butter, Salmon, Sprig of dill

4.Sandwich with cucumber, UK


Ingredients: sandwich bread, Butter, cucumbers, Salt

5. Sandwich with peanut butter and jelly, North America


Ingredients: sandwich bread, Peanut butter, Jelly or jam

6. Croque-monsieur, France


Ingredients: 2 slices of toasted white bread, Ham, Grated Gruyère cheese, Melted cheese

7. Panini, Italy


Ingredients: Cut into two parts bun, Olive oil, Mozzarella, tomatoes, Basil, Arugula

8. Doner Kebab, Turkey


Ingredients: bread cake, Yogurt sauce, Grilled meat, Finely chopped cucumbers and tomatoes, lettuce, Cabbage white and red

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