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These hearty sandwiches, which taste good hot or cold, are great options for busy weeknights when dining times are different for everyone in the family.
The cumin and coriander used to season the vegetables are common spices in a number of global cuisines — feel free to improvise!
Stuff marinated, baked tofu into a crusty roll with crunchy cabbage, refrigerate it, then grab it on your way out the door the next morning for an on-the-go version of a Vietnamese bahn mi sandwich.
Sturdy homemade buns mean you can assemble these sliders ahead of time, then pop them in the oven to warm before serving.
Never had raw beet in a sandwich? This panini will have you hooked.
Smoked sun-dried tomatoes give this sandwich a meaty taste and texture.
This recipe, created by flavor chemist Mariano Gascon, won Best Appetizer in VT's 2011 Chefs' Challenge. Gascon knows all about developing snacks and seasonings in a laboratory. "Instead of using onions and garlic, we use chemicals X and Y," he says. Mariano enrolled in culinary school to understand food from a different perspective, but he still approached his vegan take on kung pao chicken with scientific precision. "I made tons of attempts at the tofu," he says. "I microwaved it, I baked it, I compressed it, I froze it. It was a project."
Everybody loves comfort food, and this comforting vegetarian version of Sloppy Joes makes a casual dish suitable for lunch or dinner. Because these "meat"-filled sandwiches are substantial, keep dessert light, offering a bowl of fresh fruit and lemon cookies. As for a beverage, select a full-flavored tea to complement the spicy meal.
Pears add a sweet, juicy crunch to sandwichestry them in place of tomatoes or other veggies.