Must-Try Sandwiches Around the World
It is essential to note that the concept of sandwiches has been around for ages even though most food historians attribute the sandwich creation to the 4th Earl of Sandwich, John Montagu. This Englishman was a gambler and wanted his cook to give him food that cannot interfere with his gambling and there he got a sliced meat between two toasted pieces of bread and thus how to sandwich was born. Keep reading to learn more info about some of the most delicious sandwiches and where you will find them.
One of the sandwiches is Smorrebrod from Denmark. I can say that originally it was called a Smog og Bord which means that butter and bread and it is now combined. This sandwich consists of pieces of butter rye bread that are topped with something. What most people like in Denmark is pickled herring Smorrebrod.
In addition, let us look at the Medianoche from Cuba. It is essential to note that it can be translated to midnight making it one of the late-night favorites. You can find this sandwich is the clubs around Havana, you may also be able to find this sammie stateside at this Cuban restaurant. It is essential to note that it is made from a soft egg roll which is then rolled and ingredients like cheese ham, more cheese, mustard, pickles, and Swiss.
In addition, let us look at the vegemite sandwich from Australia. One thing with vegemite is that it is not appealing visually though to the Aussies it is their breakfast favorite and they always refer to it as the Aussie meat pie. You should know that is consists of toast that is smeared with brown leftover from yeast extract. Besides, it is one of the richest sources of vitamin B.
Let us look at the Chip Butty from England. This is one of the unique sandwiches because it contains no meat and what you will get is ketchup, fries, and bread. You should also know that the word butty is a contraction of bread and butter.
Not only that but there is also the Leberkas Semmel from Germany. It is essential to note that the word Leberkas means liver cheese. You will be surprised that this sandwich is not even made from those two ingredients and you can eat it with sweet mustard.
Besides, we have the Chacarero from Chile. It is essential to note that it is made from thinly sliced and grilled churrasco-style steak which is placed in a round roll and green beans, peppers and tomatoes are also added. You find that this sandwich has made many people wonder if it was Chile that invented the trend of farm-to-table.
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