14 Iconic Sandwiches From Around The World

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Who doesn’t like a good sandwich? Yummies in between bread? Yes, please. Most every nation has its own spin on it. Some have taken iconic ingredients from their local cuisine like the cemita originally from Puebla, Mexico including meat, cheese and avocado, and some nations have been very innovative with it, like Canada who decided to turn this convenience food into a messy and soggy but possibly delicious one, by dumping gravy and peas on top of it. I guess Canadians like their gravy. 

And then we have some lighter versions coming from Asia, like the yakisoba noodle sandwich in Japan and one of India’s favorite street food, the vada pav consisisting of spiced potato fritters between buns. And of course we have the French who decided to add all the fat they could think of: butter, cheese, meat, and bechamel sauce which is basically a milk, flour and butter heavenly sauce, to make an exquisite concoction called the croque monsieur, or madame if you’d like an egg on top.

Hungry now? Well you might as well continue reading about more sandwiches from around the world and pick a favorite.

14 Iconic Sandwiches From Around The World [Infographic] by the team at Darwin Escapes

Which of these would you want to try the most?

2 thoughts on “14 Iconic Sandwiches From Around The World

  1. Must admit my favourite’s vegemite on toast (with a lot less that in the photo) but then, I grew up eating the salty spread.

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    1. and I must admit I’m not a fan of vegemite.. but then, I did not grow up eating the salty spread. haha 😉 I think definitely an acquired taste.

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