From Indian naan to buffalo burgers and wraps spiced with flavors from the Far East, there is an exotic sandwich idea for every taste in this article. Some of them are new twists on old favorites. Take a journey down a road that totally bypasses the fast food lane. These sandwiches are not difficult to make and many take just a few minutes time to create.
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Exotic Sandwich Ideas
*Naan, stuffed with couscous made with grapes, tomatoes, onion, cilantro, and ground lamb.
*Buffalo burger with blue cheese, bacon, lettuce, tomato and mayo on an onion bun.
*Chopped pork with a sauce made from Rufus Teague barbecue sauce and pineapple habanero with a scoop of coleslaw on an onion bun.
*Yellow squash, breaded and fried, then served with provolone, marinara sauce, grilled peppers and onions on a bun.
*Swedish meatballs and gravy served with grilled onions and mushrooms in a soft hoagie roll.
*Dark meat chicken salad with sliced grapes and chopped walnuts, layered on a croissant with sliced tomato and green leaf lettuce.
*Buffalo meatloaf with mayo on an onion Kaiser roll.
*Sweet bread with brown sugar ham, sautéed onions and peppers, and pineapple-habanero mayo.
*Orange chicken, bean sprouts, mushrooms, and oriental coleslaw in a wrapper.
*Eggplant, roasted with peppers, mushrooms, and onions, and then stuffed into a pita with cucumber sauce and spinach leaves.
*Saucy barbeque pulled pork sandwich with sliced smoked kielbasa, coleslaw and pickles - all on toasted onion bun.
*Freshly picked tomato and basil on grilled bread with mayo, salt, and pepper.
*Tomato, fresh Mozzarella, basil, and balsamic vinaigrette on Italian bread.
*Lentil burger in a pita with cucumber sauce and Pico de Gallo.
*Naan stuffed with spicy ground lamb, rice, cilantro, tomato, and slivered onions.
*Hot capicola, Swiss cheese, sautéed onions and green peppers, Dijon mustard, on a fresh hoagie roll placed under the broiler to toast.
*Edam cheese with thinly sliced pears and toasted pecans with pear-infused balsamic mayo on a croissant.
*Egg battered green tomatoes, dredged in seasoned flour and cornmeal, fried and served on a bun with lettuce and spicy mayo.
*Edamame paste (like bean dip) sautéed onion, garlic, sweet peppers, spinach, and a bit of shredded cheese in a wrap with Pico de Gallo.
Enjoy your sandwiches!
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