Sandwich Recipes

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Meathead

Most people consider a sandwich any combination of meat and veggies caught between two slices of bread or in a roll or bun. That description opens a whole world of possibilities and you can use your grill or smoker to can create incredible sandwiches to satisfy any appetite. Check out our favorite sandwich recipes.

Smoked pork butt on the grill

The Easiest Authentic BBQ Pulled Pork Recipe Ever

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Meathead

This easy BBQ pulled pork recipe skips the slow cooker to create authentic low and slow smoked pulled pork on a smoker or grill. With smoke woven through the moist meat, bits of seasoned crust, and a gentle splash of BBQ sauce, BBQ pulled pork is a foolproof low and slow smoked food, perfect for feeding large crowds.
Slow cooker pulled pork sandwich with barbecue sauce

Love Me Tender Slow Cooker BBQ Pulled Pork Recipe

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Clint Cantwell

Just because you don't have time to fire up the smoker or grill doesn't mean that you can't enjoy full flavored BBQ pulled pork thanks to this simple set-and-forget recipe for a Crockpot or other slow cooker. Cooked indoors over low heat for several hours, the seasoned pork butt emerges moist, flavorful, and fall apart tender.
Rib sandwich on a plate

Rib Sandwich Recipe: Kicks McRib In The Ribs

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Meathead

Why wait for the McRib to return when you've got an amazing rib sandwich recipe? Learn more about the fabled McRib sandwich while creating one that takes it over the top. Ribs are smoked to perfection before the meat joins homemade pickles, caramelized onions, and custom BBQ sauce on a buttery brioche bun.
Baguette, split and filled with meat, red and green jalapenos, and garnished with cilantro

Mouthwatering Smoked Pork Belly Burnt Ends Banh Mi

This rich and flavor packed tested recipe for our smoked pork belly version of the classic Vietnamese banh mì sandwich is sure to make your knees buckle. The recipe hits all the right notes for a perfect banh mì, including succulent BBQ pork belly burnt ends, spicy jalapeños, savory mayo, and tangy pickled veggies.
Sliced homemade pastrami

A Smoked Pastrami Recipe That’s Close To Katz’s

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Meathead

If you've ever wondered how to make pastrami then we've got you covered. Moist, tender, and full of flavor, this is the ultimate homemade smoked pastrami recipe. So what is pastrami? Simply put, it's Jewish barbecue, i.e. corned beef that has been smoked. This is about as close to Katz's pastrami recipe as you'll get!
Sliced sous vide and smoked pastrami

Pure Pastrami Perfection, The Sous-Vide-Que Method

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Clint Cantwell

Pastrami is the ultimate expression of beef brisket, and it is at its best if you start with sous vide. To begin, prepared corned beef is rendered moist and tender thanks to a low and slow sous vide water bath. The meat is then smoked on the grill, creating mouthwatering sliced pastrami for sandwiches and more.
Reuben sandwich

Classic New York Style Rockin’ Reuben Sandwich Recipe

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Meathead

Create the ultimate Reuben sandwich with this simple recipe. If you've never tried a Reuben sandwich then you're missing out on one of the greatest flavor combinations ever. Thinly sliced corned beef is layered thick on rye or pumpernickel bread along with Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and a Russian-style dressing.
Reuben burger plated

Reuben Reimagined: The Corned Beef St. Patrick’s Day Melt

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Clint Cantwell

Corned beef is taken to new heights with this delicious recipe for the Reuben burger. Corned beef brisket is ground into burger patties before being grilled to perfection. Inspired by the classic Reuben, this patty melt style burger features tangy sauerkraut, melted Swiss cheese, and Russian dressing on rye bread.
Chicago Italian beef sandwich

Better Than Chicago’s Best Authentic Italian Beef Sandwich

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Meathead

Classic Italian Beef Sandwiches are a popular regional specialty in Chicago and here is the recipe to make easy authentic Italian beef sandwiches at home featuring slow smoked beef, drippings, and peppers.
Roast beef sandwich

Authentic Pit Roast Beef Done Right In Your Own Backyard

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Meathead

If you've dreaded stuff that passes for roast beef and wished you could find the real deal then this Baltimore pit beef recipe is for you.
Sloppy Joe sandwich

Smoky Sloppy Joes, A Grilled Tribute To Lunch Ladies Everywhere

By:

Meathead

The sloppy joe gets a delicious makeover in this tested recipe for a smoky sloppy joe. By starting the meat on the grill, this classic sandwich takes on a deep smoky flavor. Taking it one step further, the recipe is amplified by sautéing the meat and vegetables in bacon fat then blending with bacon and BBQ sauce.

A Better Italian Sausage Sandwich Is All In The Details

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Meathead

Italian sausage reaches its apex in the grilled Italian Sausage Sandwich with grilled sweet peppers and onions.
Po boy with lid off showing shrimp and andouille

BBQ Shrimp And Andouille Po Boy Grills Up A Taste of N’awlins

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Meathead

Savory New Orleans BBQ shrimp and spicy Andouille sausage are the stars of the show in this recipe for a grilled po boy. Served on crusty French style bread and packed full of meat and/or seafood, the po' boy sandwich is a New Orleans staple and our Barbecue Shrimp & Andouille Po-Boy twist is surely an instant classic.
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The Cleveland Polish Boy Amps Polish Sausage Up To 11

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Meathead

This ultimate recipe for the Cleveland Polish Boy combines several key ingredients to create a surefire hit. found in many bars, barbecue joints, chicken shacks, and hot dog stands, this sausage on a bun is topped with fries, slathered with sweet red barbecue sauce, and crowned with coleslaw for a flavor explosion.
Pork loin Cuban sandwich plated

A Cuban Sandwich Tastes Better When The Meat Is Smoked

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Clint Cantwell

Slow smoked pork loin provides a unique twist on a Florida favorite in this grilled Cuban sandwich recipe. Thinly sliced smoked pork loin joins sliced ham, mustard, pickles, and Swiss cheese on Cuban style bread before being wrapped in foil, pressed, and grilled to crunchy perfection.
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turkey slices

Leftover Grilled Turkey Cuban Sandwich Recipe From Bobby Flay

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Meathead

Leftover turkey has never tasted better than it does in this recipe for a grilled turkey Cuban sandwich from Food Network's Bobby Flay. Sliced turkey replaces traditional roast pork in this classic pressed sandwich, joining ham, mustard, pickle, Swiss cheese, and cranberry relish for an outstanding leftover sandwich.
Gooey grilled cheese sandwich halves

Real Grilled Cheese Is Made On A Grill And Ham Makes It Even Better

By:

Meathead

We put the "grill" back in grilled cheese with this recipe for creating these ooey gooey sandwiches over live fire and smoke. This step-by-step guides includes everything you need to create the perfect grilled cheese sandwich on the grill, from selecting the right cheese to the perfect bread, and so much more.
pimento cheese sandwich

You Say Smoked Pimento Cheese is Fancy? I Say It’s Fantastic!

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Meathead

Pimento cheese is a canvas. A springboard for creativity. Shredded cheddar, mayo, and chopped pimentos are just the start. From there, the sky's the limit. I love this smoky take on the classic, and it's not heresy. Many Southerners "doctor" the original recipe to show their creativity and one up their neighbors.
smoked caprese sandwich

Got Tomatoes? Make This Smoked Caprese Sandwich

By:

Dave Joachim

Quick, before summer is over, make these sandwiches! They're soooo good. And so easy. If you keep some smoked cherry tomatoes and basil pesto on hand (both easy to make with our recipes), this sandwich comes together in no time. And it tastes like a summer breeze!
Egg Salad sandwich

Smoked Egg Salad Is Anything But Ordinary

By:

Meathead

Smoked eggs? You bet! Egg salad is an old standard. But you can amp it up to 11 with this tested recipe for smoked egg salad and an amazing Mayo Mojo spice mix.

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Published On: 5/3/2019 Last Modified: 4/19/2021


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