The Man of the House would argue that sandwiches are the perfect food. Sandwiches are great for school lunches, road trips, lunch and dinner.
However, not just any bread is good for sandwiches. The bread needs to be sturdy enough to hold everything together. Additionally, the bread’s flavor should meld nicely with the sandwich ingredients and not overpower everything.
With those factors in mind, here are four recipes for bread that works great in sandwiches.
I make this bread all the time! It doesn’t have a lot of ingredients so it’s fast to put together. The bread is just a little sweet and I like that. It also turns out perfectly every time.
I have to admit that we’ve had chicken salad sandwiches on sour milk bread for date night. I added diced, home-grown, red peppers to the salad and served it with white wine. It wasn’t traditional, but it was very nice.
This bread is soft but firm and has a flaky crust. You can use egg bread on everything from peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to grilled cheese sandwiches paired with tomato soup.
This herbal bread is terrific when used in chicken or turkey sandwiches.
This rye bread is a good pairing with meats like roast beef or pastrami.