Explore Your Limits with These Giant Sandwiches

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    Super, uber, giant, ginormous, Big Bang, or Godzilla are all terms pertaining to these sandwich recipes. What you’ll find is decadence, scrumptiousness, and limit testing. If you’re seriously thinking about eating one of these giant sandwiches all by yourself, that is. Gulp … You can share it with others, though.

    For these giant sandwiches, you’ll either use a whole bread or stack slices of bread or mini pitas one over the other, then fill them with all the goodies out there. Again, for most of us, it will prove an almost impossible task to eat one such sandwich at once. Now prepare to meet the muffuletta, the sandwich cake (or sandwich tower for that matter), the ciabatta sandwich, and the like.

    9 crowd-gatherer giant sandwiches

    1. Mortadella and Cheese Muffuletta Sandwich

    The muffuletta has two meanings. It is a type of sesame-crusted bread from Sicily and at the same time a popular sandwich from New Orleans. We’ve made ours with olive and caper salad, mortadella, mozzarella, salami, and cheese slices. So, if you’re a fan of layered, savory sandwiches, this one is for you!

    2. Turkey Tower Sandwich

    What to do the next day after Thanksgiving? You can put that good meat to use to make this ultimate tower sandwich! But there’s more to it than just turkey! It has fried bacon, Cheddar, Emmental cheese, ketchup, pickled cucumbers, and lots of other ingredients. Grab your friends and ask them to join, because finishing this sandwich on your own is an almost impossible task!

    3. Big Bang Sandwich

    It’s easy to make a sandwich. And, if it’s easy, why complicate it? Instead of making four sandwiches for you and your family or friends – and work more, of course – keep it simple! Make a big one and cut it in four portions!

    4. Mozzarella And Mortadella Super-Sandwich

    Sometimes, when you cook breakfast for the entire family, you need a simple but tasty new idea. This is it! You can use a whole bread and just add the sandwich toppings. Mozzarella and mortadella go great together and also rhyme. Your meal will sound like a song!

    5. Muffuletta Sandwich

    Originally, the muffuletta sandwich (named from the bread) sprang up in Sicily, only to cross the ocean later. We show you how to put together your own. Instead of sesame bread, we used a whole wheat one. First, it can be no muffuletta without mortadella, olive oil, and cheese. Pair these with baked veggies, flavor with basil and spice it with salsa.

    6. Pork and Mushroom Ciabatta Sandwich

    This decadent Godzilla-sandwich needs a whole ciabatta. Fill it with a hearty and savory protein-rich pork and mushroom stir-fry, add fried bacon, lettuce, and BBQ sauce and prepare to lick your fingers. Don’t even think to try to gorge on this all by yourself. Better call some friends to give you a hand.

    7. Extra-Cheesy Mayonnaise Giant Sandwich

    Welcome to the ginormous and decadently extra-cheesy toast sandwich. The two types of cheese melting together, and the mayonnaise makes this true Godzilla a hearty breakfast. Add some BBQ sauce for a smoky, tangy touch. And serve warm.

    8. Cheese, Salmon, and Veggie Uber-Sandwich

    Everybody knows how to make a sandwich, right? We think the next level would be uber-sandwich. We made it with round bread slices and filled it with cream cheese, salmon, tomato, cucumber, and basil. We promise it’s worth making.

    9. Sandwich Cake

    Is this a sandwich cake or a sandwich tower? Any way you name it, you should try your hand at it. It’s a no-brainer made by stacking 4 mini pita loaves of bread. You spread them with a lemony cottage cheese and dill mixture and top each one with radish slices and smoked salmon. So, do you have 15 minutes?

    Well, I love to eat! I guess I always did. Tasty foods, traditional foods, fast-foods, healthy foods and, again, not so healthy ones. You name it. However, in time I kind of built on this habit and, slowly but surely, I began to turn toward the Mediterranean cuisine and, occasionally, even the Mediterranean diet. I am a curious and inquisitive person. So, pretty soon, I started trying to recreate what I’ve tasted or seen. At first, this proved to be hard
    work for my better half, as she supervised my new experiments. But lately, results really started to show, so wish me luck!

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