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Sophisticated Sandwiches – More mouth watering fillings for October

Last month we introduced you to the first in our regular series of scrumptious sandwich filling ideas. You’ve probably guessed we love baking bread, but we also enjoy eating it and think our bread is at its best when it’s encasing something very delicious.

Indeed there are times when a peanut paste or Vegemite and cheese sandwich may be the quickest and easiest sandwich to slap together… but hey, when time is taken to create something much more gourmet the payoff can be delicious!

A club sandwich (Chicken, bacon, salad, etc), ...

A club sandwich (Chicken, bacon, salad, etc), photo taken in Preston, UK — Ein Club-Sandwich, Foto aufgenommen in Preston, UK (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Following on from our September post, here are another 5 simply stunning sandwich filling ideas we challenge you to try this month. There’ll never again be any excuse for a boring lunch box!

1. Turkey, cranberry sauce, Camembert or Brie cheese, rocket and avocado on a crusty white bread roll.

2. Salami, ricotta, artichokes, semi sun-dried tomato, mayo and baby spinach on thickly sliced grainy bread.

3. Curried chicken, mayo, cos lettuce and crispy bacon on wholemeal.

4. Shaved ham, salami, sliced truss tomato, jalsberg cheese, iceberg lettuce and sweet fruit chutney.

5. Sliced eggs, Japanese or soy mayo seasoned with dill, cucumber, baby spinach and rocket.

We’d loved to hear from you about any of these sandwich filling ideas… and of course if you’ve an all-time favourite you’d be happy for us to share, please just get in touch below in the comments!

Well, that is quite simple really!

What should you do now?

  1. Fancy up your lunch box by trying out each of these sophisticated sandwich ideas.
  2. Shout out and let us know which sandwich filling was your favourite.
  3. Want some help or ideas? Just contact us at Killarney Vale Bakery now.


“I made a sandwich out of things. I’m an American. We can eat anything as long as it’s between two pieces of bread.”
~ Jim Butcher

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