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Made by Colin

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (33 votes)

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1. Mozarella Salad Sandwich

What’s in it? Any Mixed Leave Salad, Mustard Vinaigrette, Sliced Tomatoes, Sliced Mozarella, Rock Salt, Freshly ground Black Pepper

What should we know? Dress the Salad with the Vinaigrette.Put that into the roll first, then the tomato, then the Mozarella

Bread Type? Poppy Seed Roll

Made by Mick Woollands

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (28 votes)

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2. Mediterranean Mozarella Melt

What’s in it? Spread pesto (preferably sun-dried tomato) over the bread and place on top a layer of mozarella cheese. Slice up some black olives and spread evenly. Place under a medium-temperature grill for 1-2 minutes and serve as an accompanyment to a pasta dish.

What should we know? This is a small, open-top sandwich/snack.

Bread Type? Slices of Ciabatta or French Baguette (toasted)

Made by Charles McNeill

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (15 votes)

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3. Sugar Snap Wrap

What’s in it? cooked rice; lightly cooked sugar snap (whole-pod) peas - OR snow pea-pods (reheated frozen ones are fine); grated mozarella cheese

What should we know? Heat tortilla in large frying pan on medium heat (only a minute or two; flip over, add a small handfull of grated cheese and spread out in center area. While cheese is melting, distribute a few spoonfuls of rice and cooked snap peas in a line; lift the whole thing by edges and put on table or cutting board surface; roll up using standard burrito or ”wrap sandwich” technique. (That’s a topic unto itself.)
Options: Use seasoned rice combinations like pilafs or Indian rice biriani; add a bit of sauce. (my favorites: Pickapeppa Sauce from Jamaica, or a mango-based chutney. I don’t think tomato-based hot sauces work well with this idea.)
Caveats: As with any such tortilla wrap, don’t heat too long or it will become brittle and can’t be rolled easily.

Bread Type? burrito-size tortilla (extra large) (toasted)

Made by Thomas Berriman

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (26 votes)

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4. Angus’ Special

What’s in it? Mayonnaise on the bread, then coleslaw, two fried sausages (sliced lengthways), a quarter of avocado, again sliced lengthways, two rashers of bacon, well fried.

Top with mozarella chese and grill, garnish with HP sauce and Black Pepper.

What should we know? Best eaten around vegetarian/squeamish friends.

Bread Type? Large Bap (toasted)

Made by Jennifer McIntyre

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (63 votes)

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5. Bananna and Cheese Please

What’s in it? bannana
cheddar cheese
mozarella
cayenne pepper or hot chilli powder
black pepper

What should we know? no butter necessary for this one, as there is lots of melty cheese!

Bread Type? any type that has lots of grains stuck to it (toasted)

Found by Paladares del Mundo

(I bought this sandwich)

Rated sandwich rating (14 votes)

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6. To the Brute

What’s in it? Fine loin, mushrooms, cheese mozarella, white onion, peppers and tomato

What should we know? To itch and to fry 120 gr. of fine loin, to add the mushrooms, white onion, peppers and tomato. To serve in the bread and to put the cheese mozarrella above, previously melted. Sauces and potatoes to the thread, to the pleasure

Bread Type? Ciabatta 120 gr. (toasted)

Made by anupama ramachandran

(I make this myself)

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7. simply onion and cheese

What’s in it? large slices of white sandwich bread::

1 large finely chopped onion::

mozarella cheese::

2 tablespoons of finely chopped coriander or cilantro leaves::

salt::

red chilli powder or dried red pepper flakes::



evenly spread finely chopped onions onto a bread slice ( a generous amount) now sprinkle salt to taste evenly over the layer of onions( make sure that you add salt enough for the onions as well as the cheese since the mozarella cheese is generally tasteless) now sprinke the pepper or chilli powder over the onion layer . also sprinkle the chopped coriander or fresh cilantro leaves ..now place thin slices of mozarelle cheese such that it completely covers the onion layer now place the other slice of bread . grill such the edges of the sandwichare sealed.half a minute on each side.

Bread Type? white sandwich bread (toasted)

Made by anupama ramachandran

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (11 votes)

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8. simply onion and cheese

What’s in it? large slices of white sandwich bread::

1 large finely chopped onion::

mozarella cheese::

2 tablespoons of finely chopped coriander or cilantro leaves::

salt::

red chilli powder or dried red pepper flakes::



evenly spread finely chopped onions onto a bread slice ( a generous amount) now sprinkle salt to taste evenly over the layer of onions( make sure that you add salt enough for the onions as well as the cheese since the mozarella cheese is generally tasteless) now sprinke the pepper or chilli powder over the onion layer . also sprinkle the chopped coriander or fresh cilantro leaves ..now place thin slices of mozarelle cheese such that it completely covers the onion layer now place the other slice of bread . grill such the edges of the sandwichare sealed.half a minute on each side.

Bread Type? white sandwich bread (toasted)

Made by anupamaramachandran

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (6 votes)

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9. capsicum and olives sandwich

What’s in it? large slices of white sandwich bread::
4-5 green vinegar preserved olives
half a capsicum
mozarella cheese grated 2 tablespoons
salt to taste
mixed dried herb powder 1/4 tsp(contains oregano , thyme, rosemary etc)

deseed the olives, wash in running water and then chop into tiny bits . then chop the deseeded half of the capsicum into tiny bits too . now place a thick even layer of this mixture over a slice of bread.srinkle salt and also herb powder evenly all over the layer . finally spread an even layer of grated mozarelle cheese over this .place the other slice of bread over it . grill such that the edges of the sandwich are sealed . grill for 20 sec on each side.

Bread Type? white sandwich bread (toasted)

Made by Mark Reynolds

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (14 votes)

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10. Geordie Bruschetta

What’s in it? Freshly diced tomato,
Sliced green and black olives,
Basil,
Olive oil,
Anchovies,
A little chilli,
Topped with mozzerella cheese,
Light seasoning with black pepper.

What should we know? Combine ingredients in a bowl apart from mozarella cheese. Chopping everything quite small is good. Mix them up.

Layer onto a halved stottie which has already been lightly toasted.

Top with mozarella and grill for 1-2 mins on hot.

Bread Type? White Stottie - available from Tyneside Greggs (toasted)

Made by Wiches of Filswick

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (129 votes)

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11. Smoked salmon and mozarella

What’s in it? A slab of mazarella and as much smoked salmon as you like with a very light spread of mayonaisse on the bread.

What should we know? You will have a new appreciation of mozarella!

Bread Type? soft, thick and crusty white bread or ciabata

Made by god

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (11 votes)

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12. the one

What’s in it? olive oil, (lightly toast bread with it) sea salt, black cracked peper, mozarella (thin slices), fresh basil, sun dried tomatos, proschutto.

Bread Type? gebetta

Made by Amy Ries

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (13 votes)

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13. Pizza Sandwich

What’s in it? Spaghetti sauce Shredded 'pizza cheese' (mix of Mozarella and Cheddar) Black olives Garlic powder Light drift of Italian seasoning

What should we know? This was really invented by my kids. Bread should be lightly toasted so it doesn't get soggy. I like this sandwich microwaved for about 25 seconds, but the kids like it cold (or room temp).

Bread Type? Sandwich bread - lightly toasted

Found by Haydyn Cheeden

(I bought this sandwich)

Rated sandwich rating (11 votes)

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14. Breaded Eggplant sandwich with mozzarrella tomato and basil.

What’s in it? Mozarella tomato fresh basil pesto

What should we know? delicious! juicy! succulent!

Bread Type? breaded eggplant




Made by william leigh

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (55 votes)

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15. Chorizo, mozarella and roasted red peppers

What’s in it? Chorizo Red Pepper Mozarella Tomato Olive Oil S+P

What should we know? Make sure the red pepper has been roasted beforehand. Drizzle bread with oil, then layer up ingredients, then season. Cheap and yummy.

Bread Type? ciabatta preferably, although any GOOD bread, none of this supermarket junk

Made by michael watson

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (5 votes)

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16. A truffled Quealy

What’s in it? baby arugala,mortadella,genoa salami,prosciutto,truffle oil, garlic,mozarella

What should we know? toast bread rub garlic clove on bread add oil then meat then cheese, broil cheese till melted then add arugala close

Bread Type? jewish rye toasted (toasted)

Made by Sean

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (4 votes)

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17. The Super Man sandwhich

What’s in it? layer ham and salami. top with mozarella cheese and toast in the over for about 15 minutes. Once hot, add lettuce, banana peppers, and sliced tomato. top with salt, pepper, and italian dressing at your discretion.

Bread Type? Italian hoagie roll (toasted)

Found by Mikey

(I bought this sandwich)

Rated sandwich rating (5 votes)

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18. The Pesci

What’s in it? On The Sandwich: -Fresh Tomato -Fresh Basil -Mozarella For The Bread: -Good Olive Oil -Good Balsamic Vinegar

What should we know? Layer the sandwich in the order as I have presented, and make sure to season each layer. This should be served cold with extra olive oil and vinegar as a dipping sauce.

Bread Type? Fresh French

Made by Bianca

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (3 votes)

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19. Fresh Italian

What’s in it? marinated roasted red pepper, marinated mushrooms in olive oil, balsamic vinegar,and some herbs, and then added chicken slices that were grilled with speedy sauce. slice baguette open stick the marinate vegtebles in first then chicken and add some provolone or mozarella slices. put it in the oven at 350 for 5-8 minutes

What should we know? for a vegetarian twist leave out chicken and add some grilled red peppers or zuchini. Also the meat eaters can add some grilled beef. If you so wish you can make the baguette garlic bread.

Bread Type? Baguette (toasted)

Made by Chandni Chaudhry

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (7 votes)

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20. cheese...uummuah !!

What’s in it? eggs sweet corn onions tomato ginger/garlic cottage cheese green chillies mushrooms jalapenos loads of mozarella chesse

What should we know? toast the bread and lightly butter it.cook the eggs with all the ingredients but add mozrella cheese in the end.

Bread Type? whole wheat brown bread (toasted)

Made by Louis C.

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (1 votes)

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21. Capriccio's old Italian sub

What’s in it? olive oil (+basil&garlic seasoning), balsamic vinegar, salt&pepper, sliced tomato, lettuce (sliced into strips), pepperoncini (sweet peppers), mozzarella, provolone cheese, salami, pepperoni, proscuitto, capocoli or mortadella (or both!)

What should we know? cut the loaf in half, and hollow out a bit of the inside bread from both pieces from the middle. then slice both pieces through and put the bottom two pieces back together. lightly coat all the slices with olive oil, sprinkle balsamic vinegar, basil, garlic. layer slices of the meats first on the bottom loaves, but sprinkle salt and pepper halfway thru, and again on the top layer. add the provolone, mozarella, then tomato slices, a covering of sliced lettuce, and the peppers. cover with the top slices of bread, and slice it in half again (the bread you've already sliced, but you want to separate the insides). Finally, DIG IN!

Bread Type? 12 inch italian loaf

Made by Jordan Ripley

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (2 votes)

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22. San Jose City Lunch

What’s in it? Avacado Mozarella cheese Tomato

What should we know? This is simple but delicious. A sandwich you can make when you only have a pocket knife and no access to a kitchen. Spread a thick layer of the avacado on the slices. Then add a good slice of mozarella cheese followed by a thick slice of tomato. Enjoy the tasty goodness!

Bread Type? Soft bakery fresh wheat bread- with thick slices

Made by ollie

(I make this myself)

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23. Colarido

What’s in it? chicken (chunks) bacon (unsalted) Mozarella chorizo sweet chilli mayonayse

What should we know? must be toasted make the mayo by mixing one part sweet chilli to one part mayo

Bread Type? TOASTED FOCACIA OR white bagguete (toasted)

Made by Joe

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (1 votes)

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24. Ultimate cheese ham pickle sarnie!

What’s in it? Butter, Ham, Tomato, Cucumber, Cheese, Pickle! Sometimes can add some crisps on top, my personal preference is new sensations thai sweet chilli.

What should we know? Use the ham, cucumber and cheese to seal in the juices of the tomato if taking to work, no one likes a soggy sarnie! Havent tried it hot, but if i was going to, wud change cheese for mozarella and add basil!

Bread Type? Any, but I use white or brown