The 23 best sandwiches in the world according to CNN (and not Martino?)

The CNN Travel website has decided to make travel through food

Journalist Terry Ward poetically compares a sandwich with a trip: Browsing the sandwiches of the world is, in a way, like traveling the world”.

And it is true that all over the world, bread or pancakes are used to slip more or less healthy food into it and make lunch or evening breaks a treat that is renewed each time.

Gourmandiz had also toured 10 sandwiches in the world that changed from “ham and cheese”, it was in 2020, before CNN 🙂

Or these ideas for sandwiches for the evening that make you want to eat well without cooking a lot! It’s here

The American media has undoubtedly “forgotten” our national sandwich, beloved by all: the martino, this subtle mixture of prepared American, onions, pickles, mustard, Wrocester sauce, cayenne pepper, and pili -pili, ketchup and a pinch of salt. And Georges Baghdi Sar would also tell you that they forgot the famous tannour, a Syrian sandwich that he has been making successfully for years in his restaurants in Brussels in particular.

Here is the full list given by CNN, without precise classification but which gives ideas.

Pambazo, Mexico : a Mexican street food meal, consisting of bread, potatoes, chorizo, lettuce, sour cream and sauce.

Tramezzino, Italy : a triangular sandwich consisting of two slices of soft white bread, without crust, containing a hard-boiled egg and tuna.

Shawarma, Middle East : there are many variations but the base of shawarma is grilled spiced meat from a rotisserie and placed in a light pita bread, topped with tomatoes, onions and parsley.

Banh mi, Vietnam : the classic consists of slices of grilled pork tenderloin, shredded carrots and peeled cucumbers, jalapeno peppers and cilantro in a white baguette.

Muffaletta, USA (New Orleans) : layers of chopped olives, Genoa salami, ham and various cheeses (often Swiss and provolone).

Chivito, Uruguay: This small South American country packs a punch with thinly sliced ​​steak (called churrasco), ham, bacon, lettuce, mayonnaise and melted mozzarella.

Panbagnat, France: the round, flat bread splits open to reveal layers of raw vegetables, anchovies, olives, sliced ​​hard-boiled eggs and chunks of tuna.

Smorrebrod, Denmark : lots of variations exist for this seafood sandwich: with seafood, smoked salmon and sometimes meat.

Spatlo, South Africa: this tasty sandwich is made from a quarter loaf that has been hollowed out and piled to the max with meat and more.

Smoked meat sandwich from Montreal, Canada : smoked meat sandwiches take center stage at Schwartz’s Deli in Montreal. It’s made with smoked beef brisket layered between slices of light rye bread and drizzled with tangy yellow mustard.

Po’ boy, USA (New Orleans): a delight than the classic po’boy, stuffed with fried oysters (or maybe fried shrimp or roast beef) and topped with lettuce, tomatoes and pickles.

Fricassee, Tunisia: the outside is a fried yeast bun and the inside is a savory mix of tuna, potatoes and hard-boiled eggs.

Cuban sandwich, Cuba/USA: this pressed sandwich is made with cooked ham, roast pork, pickles, mustard, swiss cheese and butter.

Cucumber sandwich, UK: extra soft crustless white bread, topped with very fine English cucumbers (peeled, please, then lightly salted and drained), butter and a light dusting of fine pepper.

Chip Butty, UK: buttered white bread stuffed with French fries (called crisps in its country of origin). Condiments range from ketchup to malt vinegar to mayonnaise. Ouch…

Katsu sando, Japan: A deep-fried pork cutlet – pounded and breaded with panko and slipped into a Japanese white milk bread called shokupan – is the base of this cult convenience snack.

Reuben, USA: This classic includes slices of corned beef, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and Russian or Thousand Island-style dressing.

Croque monsieur, France: It exists in male and female versions. For the croque monsieur, slices of white bread are covered with grated cheese and stuffed with thin slices of ham and Emmental or Gruyère cheese inside, then dipped in an egg batter and fried (according to CNN). For the croque madame, the egg is rather served fried on the sandwich.

The Philly cheesesteak, USA (Philadelphia): This delicious hot sandwich is composed of a rib of beef cut into thin slices, a layer of cheese, peppers and onions sautéed to your liking.

Broodje haring, the Netherlands: served cold, broodje haring consists of a crispy baguette filled with thin slices of chilled, salted herring and diced onions.

Falafel pita, Middle East :qWho said vegetarian wasn’t delicious? Crispy, fried falafel balls — made from soaked, crushed chickpeas tossed with herbs — are layered in a warm, fluffy pita pocket with lettuce, tomatoes and tangy tahini sauce.

Choripan, Argentina: sausages drizzled with mustard and chimichurri sauce form the base of this classic bite whose name is a mix of chorizo ​​(sausage) and pan (bread).

Lobster roll, USA (New England): Rolls consisting of large chunks of steamed lobster meat, usually tossed with lemon juice, mayonnaise, and herbs, and placed in a hot dog-like bun.

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