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    5 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    Picked this recipe up at the check out stand. It makes a quick and easy lunch.

    Recipe #398255

    I copied this recipe from a magazine (can't remember which one :( ) and it is light and tasty!

    Recipe #348039

    This is from Bobby Flay and Hellman's. Added missing ingredients and instructions.

    Recipe #376464

    Just a really simple recipe for chicken salad. No fuss, nothing fancy, just yummy. Did not include the time for cooking the chicken.

    Recipe #331090

    After becoming a vegetarian, I missed certain sandwiches that I used to make on a regular basis. In an effort to substitute, I came up with this faux chicken salad-esque spread that is delicious on whole grain bread or in a pita pocket! It is an easy go-to because I usually have everything in my pantry. Substitute any ingredients that you might use in your chicken or tuna salad!

    Recipe #376391

    Not what you think: no fake bacon in this one!! Even the biggest meat-eaters go for this one. Seriously very very good!!

    Recipe #224390

    I was born and raised in Philadelphia and this was my favorite lunch at the luncheonettes (sandwich shops). Places throughout the rest of the Country that claim to make Philly Cheese Steaks just do not get them to taste the same, and one of the reasons is that they do not use extra-virgin olive oil. Anyone who says that Pat's and Gino's in South Philly uses Cheez Wiz, is talking about the way they make it now. The old authentic way uses Provolone Cheese. Also, using deli roast beef is the same as using top round sliced wafer thin or frozen Rib-Eye roast shaved on an electric slicer. I was born in 1942 and this is the way they were made way back then. We are talking about authentic, not the way they are made now. If you make any changes with the ingredients or the directions, it will not be the same. Make it EXACTLY as written here.

    Recipe #94031

    14 Reviews |  By Manami

    This is a strange combination, but trust me, it is very good! The story goes that Elena Ruz, a society young socialite for which the sandwich is named, would stop at this little all-night restaurant, El Carmelo, in Vedado neighborhood in Havana Cuba, after leaving the dance with her group of friends. She asked the waiter if he could fix her this sandwich after she told them how to make it. After that she would always ask for the Elena Ruz Sandwich and to this day that is how the sandwich is known. This recipe has been printed on many of the Cuban Food web sites. It is great for leftover turkey. Update 03/13/2006 you can also use sweet rolls(the kind you use for a media noche). However, the real McCoy is white bread without crusts and lightly toasted and then the cream cheese would be spread, then the turkey and strawberry jelly on the other slice and voila!

    Recipe #141290

    This is a great sandwich to have for a light lunch , even kids will like it. I found this in a Canadian living mag. last year and just found the recipe again in a box of papers. Hope that you enjoy it as much as I did.

    Recipe #298434

    If you like chicken salad, you'll love this one! It is good plain with crackers or served in a pita or a croissant. It is wonderful for women's luncheons. Everyone loves it.

    Recipe #158285

    8 Reviews |  By Jen T

    This is nice for an easy brunch/lunch/supper dish. I made these up when I had a couple of avocados that needed using and some uncooked chicken left over from making another dish. You can also use some crushed garlic in with the avocado and also top with sliced tomato before topping with the cheese. I have also made this with some shredded chicken from the deli and this works well too. If your avocado is still firm just use slices instead of mashing.

    Recipe #155712

    This is one of my favorite veggie sandwiches. Tastes best w/fresh garden grown tomatoes of course!

    Recipe #31775

    Taken in a book from Marie-Josée Taillefer in Quebec

    Recipe #249492

    A spicy take on your standard steak sandwich.

    Recipe #94078

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Tortas are zesty Mexican sandwiches made with crusty, torpedo-shaped rolls called bolillos.To make is simple use the store bought roasted chickens.;) Served with Recipe #10140 Recipe #190835 and for dessert Recipe #203467

    Recipe #203461

    This recipe is posted for Zaar World Tour 2005/Mexico. Found on Sara's Secrets recipes/Food Network. Times are estimated and do not include marinating chicken.

    Recipe #138593

    Whenever in NYC, I always try to cross the bridge to Brooklyn and eat at Junior's on the corner of Flatbush and Dekalb. I was fortunate to come across this recipe for their chicken salad. It's great for making sandwiches on thick slices of white or Challah bread, or simply serve as a salad on curly lettuce leaves. P.S. You haven't lived until you've tried Junior's cheesecake, the best in the world.

    Recipe #156275

    My family loves grilled cheese so when they asked for it I wanted to try something new. This was the best grilled cheese, nice crunchy bread with melted cheese. I had to post this so I wouldn't forget it. Family loved it served with homemade milkshakes and fries. This is a great way to make a bunch at one time and the clean-up was nothing. ;)

    Recipe #192896

    I am only posting such a simple recipe because I actually somehow lived 29 years of life before my husband introduced me to the Tomato Sandwich. If you've only used tomatoes as an accessory in your sandwiches, and not as the Featured Ingredient, you are truly missing summer as it was meant to be tasted. Note: after many years, I have solidly converted to mayo for this sandwich, with fresh ground black pepper too. (Oct 2012)

    Recipe #98724

    I cooked these patties for a Fund Raiser and served over 260 persons, both young and mature. They were a tremendously big hit with all.

    Recipe #60085

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