There are tons of great sandwiches out there but which are the greatest sandwiches of all time? From the BLT to the meatball sub, the choices are endless for this delectable lunch staple. It’s never a bad thing to learn about a new, delicious sandwich recipe. But be warned, by the end of this list, you’re going to be hungry…for a sandwich. Here are 25 greatest sandwiches of all time.
Eggs, mayo, simple seasonings…egg salad sandwiches are controversial. Some like them about as much as others hate them, but maybe that’s why they’re so great.
The Cuban is essentially a hot ham and cheese sandwich but ten times better.
Nothing is more classic and epic than the Bacon, Lettuce, and Tomato sandwich. All you have to do is toast the bread and you’re on your way to a delightful snack no one has ever regretted.
Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches are awesome mostly for nostalgic reasons, but also because they never spoil, are perfect for picnics, and frankly, are down-right delicious.
Whoever invented the Meatball Sub was a genius. Meatballs on spaghetti are great but throw them on a nice soft loaf of bread, and you’re good to go.
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