Salad Sandwiches

When I think of salad sandwiches, I generally head on over to my old favorites. Tuna salad, chicken salad, or egg salad are quick, easy and comforting. Well after looking up recipes, it seems there are several more creative additions in this category.

Besides the traditional salad type sandwiches mentioned above, why not try seafood salad, salmon salad, chick pea, cheese, or tofu salad? And if you're feeling really adventurous, (or maybe not), just stuff your lettuce and tomato salad between to slices of bread or in a pita pocket and pour on the dressing.

Chicken Salad Sandwich by RatRanch

Salad fillings, to me, are more like a chunky spread. The chunkier the better. Along with the main ingredient, tuna, chicken, egg, or chick peas, you add your choice of onion, green peppers, pickles or relish, celery, or carrots, to name a few. You can even add fruit, like chopped apples, sliced grapes, or pineapple tidbits.

Your choice of breads can be anything from a kaiser roll, a bagel, a croissant, or just plain whole wheat bread. I think softer breads are better for these types of sandwiches, but that's just my preference. You can also lightly toast your bread, if you like.

Here are some of our old favorites, along with some new found recipes.

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