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Composition. Base Bread or dough product Carrier of the other ingredients Should be sturdy enough to hold ingredients without becoming limp or broken Moistening Agent Lubricates and binds the sandwich Adds moisture to improve flavor and texture Prevents filling from wetting bread.

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Composition

  • Base

    • Bread or dough product

    • Carrier of the other ingredients

    • Should be sturdy enough to hold ingredients without becoming limp or broken

  • Moistening Agent

    • Lubricates and binds the sandwich

    • Adds moisture to improve flavor and texture

    • Prevents filling from wetting bread

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Composition

  • Filling

    • Main event

    • Can consist of one or more ingredients

    • Can be hot or cold or a combination of both

    • Endless variety

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Building a Sandwich

  • Sandwich station components:

    • Have a designated area with lots of table space

    • Design a flow chart for the assembly

    • Have ingredients cut to exact size

    • Make sure ingredients are of highest quality

    • Have ready for use all equipment necessary

    • Do not omit seasonings during production

    • Knife for cutting should be correct length and sharpened regularly

    • Rotate stock efficiently

    • Ready-to-eat foods should be produced with gloved hands

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Types of Sandwiches

  • Cold: ideal for carriage

  • Filled roll or bun: most popular

  • Cold wrapped: wonderful eye appeal when cut

  • Open-faced: regularly served as entrées

  • Closed or filled: can be made with 2, 3, and 4 slices of bread with filling in between each layer

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Types of Sandwiches

  • The Sandwich Buffet

    • Efficient method of feeding many people, while allowing them to choose their ingredients

    • Guests are served quickly because they can assemble at their table

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Types of Sandwiches

  • Hot Sandwich

  • Hot Wrapped Sandwiches

  • Grilled: filling is placed between or on top of bread then placed on a grill/griddle/char-grill for cooking

  • Fried: shallow frying or sautéing after being dipped in a coating for added color and texture

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International Sandwiches

  • Indian Taco

    • Originally known as Navajo taco; rolled in bread and eaten as is

    • Consists of a combination of beans, cooked ground beef, chopped lettuce, sliced tomato, shredded cheese, topped with green chili

    • All ingredients are place on a crispy circle of Navajo or Indian fry bread

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The Burger

  • One of the world’s most popular sandwiches

  • Origin is not clear

  • Consists of one, two, or multiple thin meat patties that have been griddled or char-grilled, traditionally served on a sesame bun with pickle, mayonnaise, mustard, ketchup, lettuce, and tomato

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Monte Cristo

  • First served in California in the early 1950s

  • Consists of ham, turkey, or chicken and Swiss cheese between slices of white bread, dipped in beaten egg, and either deep-fried, pan fried in butter, or griddled until golden brown

  • Accompanied with a side of maple syrup, currant jelly, strawberry jam, or cranberry sauce for dipping

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The Club Sandwich

  • Origin is not clear

  • Earliest recorded appearance was 1903, with recipes in 1906

  • Ingredients include chicken breast, mayonnaise, bacon, lettuce, and tomato

  • Cut into triangles, skewered with wooden picks

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Knuckle Duster

  • Relatively new creation, generally found in areas where lobsters are harvested and farmed

  • Consists of seasoned lobster knuckle meat sandwiched between a crusty roll or bun, with lemon mayonnaise spread and salad greens

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Barbecue Sandwich

  • Pulled, sliced, or chopped meats and poultry

  • Added ingredients include sautéed onions and garlic, moistened with a piquant barbecue sauce on a sturdy bun or roll

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Philly Steak

  • Created during the 1930s in the Italian immigrant section of South Philadelphia

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French Dip

  • Created in 1918 by Philippe Mathieu

  • Resulted from the roll having accidentally been dropped into the dripping from a roasting pan

  • Consists of thinly sliced roast beef on a long crusty French roll, served with a side dipping sauce made from the juice obtained from roasting the meats (au jus)

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The Reuben

  • Created by Arnold Reuben around 1927

  • Consists of corned beef, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and Russian or Thousand Island dressing, between 2 slices of rye bread

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Cajun Po’ Boy

  • Invented in New Orleans in the 1920s

  • Name came from striking streetcar workers

  • Consists of an assortment of meats with gravy and fried seafood, dressed with condiments and salads

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Soft-Shell Crab

  • Relatively new creation

  • Crabs are harvested after molting and are very tender and succulent when fried or roasted

  • Generally, they are coated in buttermilk, dusted with cracker crumbs or cornmeal, and fried; served with a moistening agent between toasted muffins or hero rolls

  • May be served open-faced in creative ways

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Cuban Sandwich

  • Known as the cubano

  • Originated in Cuba; is popular in southern Florida

  • Consists of ham and roast pork, mayonnaise, mustard, dill pickles, and Swiss cheese on Cuban bread, or light French bread

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Swedish Smorgasbord

  • Means a sandwich board or buttered-bread table

  • Contains dishes that represent sun, sea, and sky

  • Served in several courses; takes the form of a buffet table in a restaurant

  • Can also be a multicourse meal at someone’s home

  • Commonly served during the holiday periods

  • Generally served on small Swedish crisp breads, giving them the appearance of open sandwiches

  • Accompanied with lots of colorful treats with garnishes and salads

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British Tea Sandwiches

  • Closed sandwiches that are trimmed and neatly cut into nice shapes, with crusts removed

  • Featured on afternoon tea and some high tea menus

  • Very dainty and little, with great care taken in production

  • Bread is basic white and brown

  • Fillings are very traditional, including egg and mustard cress, cucumber, smoked salmon and cream cheese, and cheddar and chutney

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Greek Gyro

  • Common street food served as a snack, lunch, or dinner entrée

  • Consists of well-seasoned lamb, or a combination of pressed beef and lamb

  • Thinly sliced meat is folded in pita bread and heated on the grill

  • The meat is topped with a yogurt sauce, lettuce, and tomato

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Mediterranean/Middle Döner Eastern Kebab

  • The name refers to the same technique as the Greek gyro

  • It means to turn

  • Meats can include lamb, beef, or chicken; whole, ground, and spiced

  • The meat is served wrapped in a flat bread and topped with sauces and salad ingredients

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Mexican Taco

  • Made of succulent charcoal-grilled meats, onions, peppers, and smoky chilies wrapped in a warm flour or corn tortilla

  • Considered a convenience food to Hispanics

  • Can be eaten as a snack or meal; travels well

  • Commonly served with roasted tomato salsa and spicy chili sauce

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Italian Panini

  • Panini means little rolls or little bread

  • A peasant-style closed sandwich

  • Consists a variety of ingredients served on large slices of bread, then grilled between a clamshell grill

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French Croque Monsieur

  • The original grilled cheese sandwich

  • Consists of Gruyere cheese and lean ham layered between two slices of crustless white bread, fried in clarified butter

  • Originated in 1910 in Paris

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