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  • Food historians believe this portable meal was popularized in England in 17 62 by John Montague, the fourth Earl of Sandwich.

  • Apparently, he ordered a cook to prepare an easy to eat meal so he could gamble freely.

  • It's unlikely he or his cook for the first people to put food between bread.

  • This concept exists is way Before that, and even a day variations could be seen across the globe.

  • So let's take a look at some of the sandwiches you should try when traveling around the world.

  • The Vietnamese bond me is a French baguette filled with either roast chicken or pork infused with savory ingredients like slices of cucumber, chili pepper, cilantro, sour pickled daikon and carrot, mayo and Maggie sauce.

  • For many years, the bond me has been a staple street food in Vietnam.

  • French culture, including the French baguette, has heavily influenced Vietnamese culture because of the French occupation and colonization of Vietnam between the 17th and 20th centuries.

  • The Vietnamese version of the French baguette is slightly fluffy er, similar to Vietnam's Bond Me This'll Aoshen sandwich also uses the friends we get.

  • Cow G can be found on almost every street corner in Laos.

  • It's filled with pork, belly, ham, tomato, lettuce, carrots, cheese and chili sauce.

  • Theo Doner kebab is an essential sandwich in turkey.

  • Pieces of seasoned meat are skewered onto a rotating spit and grilled vertically.

  • Traditionally, lamb is the meat of choice, but nowadays other meats such as beef for used the meat is shade from the spit and placed between bread topped with grilled vegetables, sauces, cheese and a dash of lemon juice.

  • You can find many variations of the doner kebab.

  • All throughout Europe, especially in Germany, Berlin is filled with food stalls that sell the Turkish sandwiches.

  • In the 19 sixties, Turkish citizens migrated to Germany is laborers.

  • Turkish immigrant Kadeer Nermin has been credited with creating the sandwich during the 19 seventies in Berlin, though it's likely that there was a similar concept that existed in Turkey as well.

  • While its origins are a bit unclear, it's safe to say our love for the doner kebab.

  • It's very clear.

  • Do so the fact that they're available worldwide.

  • And since we're talking about love, this next sandwiches a personal favorite of mine because I grew up eating it.

  • If you enjoy roast pork.

  • You have to try it in Cuban bread, which is like a crispy baguette.

  • It's layered with ham, cheese, pickles, mustard and a little bit of garlic.

  • If you're up for it, the Cuban sandwich or Cubano is not actually even from Cuba.

  • Yep, it was created in Tampa, Florida, by Cuban immigrants.

  • But the influence of Cuba's love for roast pork shines through in this creation.

  • However, if you're looking for a sandwich that actually originated in Cuba, try a media no.

  • Okay, it's almost identical to a cubano, except the bread is a sweet, egg based bread.

  • Japan's popular Katsu Sando is a must try.

  • This sandwich is typically made with fried breaded pork cutlets, a few shreds of cabbage and Tom katsu sauce tucked between two slices of Japanese milk bread.

  • Nowadays, any type of protein could be used, such as wagyu beef, egg salad or fish.

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  • Katsu in Southern California serves a 17 layer version of the pork Katsu Sando.

  • This popular omelet sandwich has made its mark in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia.

  • You can find Roti John sold at street stalls throughout these three countries.

  • Ah, mixture of eggs, minced meat, onions and cheese is spread onto a griddle.

  • An open Facebook GATT is placed on top and toasted over the omelet until the outside of the sandwich becomes crispy.

  • Garnish is like sambal sauce, tomato sauce and mayo could be added on top for extra flavor.

  • 300 million sandwiches are eaten by Americans each day and, according to a YouGov survey, America's favorite sandwich.

  • So grilled cheese.

  • Now I can honestly say I've traveled around the world in search of great cheese so I can appreciate a solid grilled cheese sandwich.

  • We're here at Murray's Cheese, which was voted the best place to get a grilled cheese sandwich in New York City by my friend and co producer Karin Ro.

  • Grilled cheese became an American classic after the 19 twenties.

  • Pre sliced white bread and processed cheese became available, and soon American families were cooking it up in their homes.

  • But this comfort food went beyond the household.

  • It was found in government issued cookbooks during the World War two, and diners also began advertising it on menus.

  • So Maria Cheese has basically perfected the grilled cheese sandwich by taking a special blend of cheese and butter and then sandwiching it between crispy bread.

  • Oh my God, yeah.

  • Calling all cheese lovers, this Brazilian sandwiches called Baru slices of roast beef and melted cheese air tucked between a French roll along with tomatoes and pickles.

  • China's steam gua bao is a traditional favorite.

  • It originated in Fujio and became popular in Taiwan when Fujianese immigrants brought it over.

  • Ah, flat ST Bow is folded over braised pork with sweet peanuts and coriander leaves.

  • As you can see, this is much more than a sandwich.

  • Portugal's Francis Sr is typically eaten with a knife and fork.

  • In the late 19 fifties, a French resident in Portugal named Daniel Silva created this sandwich.

  • France.

  • Hasina translates to Little French Lady It's usually made with a sack of ham, steak, sausage, egg and cheese and topped with a tangy sauce.

  • In Guyana, this sandwich is a party and road trip favorite.

  • The quick recipe is ideal for any occasion.

  • Really, cheese pace is more than just cheese between bread.

  • Instead, sharp cheddar cheese is grated and mixed with butter, mayo, pepper, mustard, garlic and pepper sauce.

  • The creamy finishes spread between two slices of white bread.

  • And since we're talking about spreads, India has a similar take the chutney sandwich is a striking green or red spread laid between two slices of bread.

  • For green chutney mix, use fresh cilantro and green chilies, red chilies, air used for the red spread.

  • Uruguay is said to have some of the world's best beef.

  • She Vito is a steak sandwich enjoyed all throughout the South American country.

  • It's also Uruguay's national dish.

  • According to legend, an Argentine tourists walked into a restaurant asking for a sandwich to be made with Chievo or baby goat.

  • The chef didn't have any goat meat, and instead girls a thin piece of steak.

  • Variations today include toppings like cheese, eggs, bacon, pepper, mayo, lettuce and tomatoes.

  • It's also popular in Argentina, where it's known as low Mito Uruguay.

  • Enjoy steak sandwiches and sodas.

  • Chile.

  • This sandwich is called the Cha Carrero, a role hold finch churrasco steak with tomatoes, green beans, peppers and mail.

  • Senegal's and Bombay is a spicy bean sandwich.

  • Black eyed peas, which are really beans, are seasoned along with beef and spread between a baguette.

  • Lentils are sometimes use instead.

  • This type of sandwich is typically eaten for breakfast, and it's sold by street vendors.

  • All throughout Senegal.

  • Yeah, it's a beach from Israel is a pita bread stuffed with fried eggplant, boiled eggs, salad, amba and many other sauces.

  • The PSA beach is actually an Iraqi Israeli hybrid.

  • When Iraqi Jewish refugees settled in Israel in the 19 forties and fifties, they brought traditions like eating hard boiled eggs, potatoes and eggplant on Sabbath.

  • Today, the PSA Beach is a popular street food sold by vendors in Israel, and it's still eating on the Sabbath.

  • Yeah, so the UK is known for their love of chips, so why not make it a sandwich?

  • A chip butty iss.

  • Simply thick cut deep fried chips sandwiched between two buttered slices of white bread sauces like mayo and ketchup.

  • Or added for flavor.

  • You confined the chip buddy in English fish and chip shops.

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  • South Africans enjoy hot chips stuffed in foot longs, but this foot long is for sharing.

  • Three Gatsby Sandwich is typically sliced into four portions and served as a long loaf stuffed with slap chips Pallone E and a char.

  • Today, many variations of the Gatsby sandwich are available throughout Cape Town.

  • Yeah, this finished sandwiches called poor linen, a thick slice of pork sausage is placed between two slices of white bread.

  • The hamburger like sandwich includes onions, pickles, garlic and your choice of condiment.

  • Eaten in both Venezuela and Colombia.

  • The arepa is a corn mill pocket that is grilled, fried or baked and filled with endless ingredients.

  • Traditionally, arepas are cooked on flat griddles.

  • They could be served with shredded meat, like chicken or beef or with soft white cheese.

  • It's a popular street food in both countries and could be in during any time of day.

  • This Danish sandwich comes in many, many combinations.

  • Smer birth is basically an open face sandwich.

  • Its main ingredients include spreads like butter, cold meats, seafood and scallions.

  • It's typically garnished with lemon and herbs.

  • It can probably get messy, so feel free to eat it with a knife and fork.

  • Trinidad and Tobago's bacon shark is pretty iconic to the sister islands.

  • Bake or fried flatbread is filled with a fusion of fried shark lettuce, tomatoes, cucumber and cold slaw.

  • Sauces like garlic sauce, mustard, pepper sauce and mango chutney add flavor.

  • This spicy stack is salted stalls in Pakistan night and day, the bunk bob resembles a burger with the patty typically being chicken, beef or egg omelets.

  • Patty is fried and served with onions and chutney.

  • Okay, those were, ah, lot of sandwiches, But that just goes to show how important this portable meal is to so many cultures around the world.

  • So which one was your favorite and which other global foods would you like to see?

  • Let us know in the comments below.

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What 23 Sandwiches Look Like Around The World

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/06
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