California Grilled Vegetable Sandwich

Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 16 mins

This is a wonderful sandwich that is rich in flavor. The left over grilled veggies are good in some pasta drizzled with olive oil.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Mix vinegar, oil and rosemary together and set aside.
  2. Mix pressed garlic in with mayonnaise, set aside.
  3. Cut bread in half cross wise then length wise, set aside.
  4. On a preheated grill, place vegetables on grill and cook uncovered for 12-16 minuites or until tender, basting with vinegar mixture several times throughout cooking.
  5. Set cooked veggies aside.
  6. Take sliced bread and place cut side down on grill and toast.
  7. Spread mayonnaise and garlic mixture on sliced bread.
  8. Assemble sandwiches by layering first with cheese then layering with veggies on top.
  9. Top it off with top side of bread.
  10. NOTE: You can marinate the veggies in the vinegar for 15 minuites for even tastier veggies.
  11. You can place some aluminum foil over the grill when grilling if you like, to keep veggies from falling through, but I don't ever have a problem with them falling through.


Most Helpful

I too make a very similar sandwich which has lemon in the mayo/garlic dressing. I use oregano instead of garlic in my marinade & feta cheese is sooo good on this with the Foccacia bread.

Larawithoutau May 08, 2010

Some good friends of our served us a dish very similar to this. It was SO good! She made a sauce out of mayo, garlic, and lemon juice for the sandwich spread. She served it on store-bought Foccacia bread. The grilled veggies, cheese (they used feta), and mayo sauce made the greatest combination.

Chef Doozer January 13, 2005

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