Hot Sandwich Meals

Hot Sandwich Meals
Sometimes you want a quick sandwich with a bag of chips and an apple. There are other times when you want a satisfying hot meal, and you're not afraid to do some cooking. That's when you take another look at sandwich meals. They can be filled with soul-satisfying hot foods, too. Here are some tasty and hot sandwich meals to warm the tummy and the spirit! Add some juice, fruit, or a tossed green salad, and each meal is complete. The link to each recipe and a short description is posted below.

Hot Sandwiches with Side Dishes

Crispy Chicken Tenders Recipe
What makes a sandwich special for you? Taste? Texture? Appearance? This tasty Crispy Chicken Sandwich Recipe is special, indeed! With a crunchy texture and juicy interior, these chicken tenders almost beg to be served in a wrap. Pile those condiments onto that flour tortilla and enjoy this sandwich.
Microwave Green Bean Recipe
Who doesn’t love green beans? Canned green beans are one of the original convenience foods. Some people think that fresh or frozen green beans are too much trouble to mess with, but they are not! Cooking fresh or frozen green beans is a breeze when you follow the directions in this recipe.

Italian Steak Sandwich Recipe
Growing up in the Kansas City Metro area, there was a local favorite sandwich called the Italian Steak Sandwich. It was a bit of breaded paradise on a bun. They are hard to find today, but with this recipe, you will never have to look farther than your kitchen.
Sweet Pepper Italian Veggie Side Dish Recipe
Sweet mini peppers make a glorious addition to your menu. Eat them raw or cook them. This Sweet Pepper Italian Veggie Side Dish Recipe is especially delicious. Any way that you slice your sweet mini peppers, they are a treat for all of your senses.

Italian Beef Burger Recipe
For a quick-to-make and extremely tasty burger, try these Italian Beef Burgers! They take less than thirty minutes from the time that you start making them to when they are on your table.
Pickled Hot Potato Salad Recipe
This delicately spiced hot potato salad has an unusually frugal ingredient. Use those leftover dill pickle juices from Claussen Kosher Dills! Instead of using vinegar, add the pickle juice to your hot potato salad for some tangy goodness. It does sound a bit strange, but you'll love it!

Choose one of these cookies to finish your meal.

Oat Nut and Fruit Cookie Bar Recipe
There are times in our lives when we need to bake dessert that can feed a crowd. Maybe you're having a get-together with friends or a block party. Whatever the occasion, these Oat Nut and Fruit Bars can be your go-to recipe. Easy to make, cost-effective, these tasty bars will do the trick for you.
Two Simple Vanilla Cookie Recipes
When does one recipe make two different cookies? This one does! Depending on the type of flour and sugar that you use, this Simple Vanilla Cookie Recipe makes two very different cookies. Both are absolutely delicious as part of a sandwich meal.

If you would rather have a steaming bowl of soup with your sandwich, you can visit our soup section to choose your own.
Soup Recipes for Sandwich Meals
Sandwiches love to come to the dinner table with great side dishes and soups. Use these recipes to transform your sandwich into a hearty and delicious meal with a fresh bowl of soup.



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