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Picnic Sandwich Recipes For All Days


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Picnic is one event that cannot be planned without taking the time to research and find the best picnic recipes for your event. Take a minute to get a little creative…What would you like to have on your picnic? Is there a specialty food you enjoy or are you looking for a light summer salad? A big or small picnic doesn’t have to mean a boring picnic either! It’s all about imagination and finding the flavors that make life fun.

First, let’s take a look at a few of these picnic sandwich recipes for this healthy picnic sandwich recipe, for the win, you can make them without any butter or oil. This is the first “healthy” sandwich I’m going to discuss. You may use tuna salad as your base or tuna salad dressing if you wish. It doesn’t matter what type of fish you decide to use, just add enough dressing for the dip.

An Overview

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For sandwiches served with a fresh fruit spread, begin by preparing the tuna salad. In a bowl, mix one tablespoon of tomato dressing, one tablespoon of tuna salad dressing, and two-thirds cup of mayonnaise. Stir until mayonnaise sticks to the ingredients and allow the mixture to coat all sides of the bowl. Cut the tuna salad into quarters and spread the filling evenly over the whole sandwich.

For wraps, try using zesty grapefruit salsa as the base or you can use your favorite salsa, add some lettuce and tomato, a little black pepper, and an egg. Next, add the cooked beans and a little cheese. Close your hand around the sandwich and shake thoroughly, this will help the sandwich to hold together better and create some of the best picnic recipes for this summer.

Picnic Sandwich Recipe Facts

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To make a delicious chili, you can add a quarter of a pound of beef, one tablespoon of tomato sauce, chopped onions, a quarter of a teaspoon of dried oregano, and two tablespoons of Worcestershire sauce. When the meat is in chunks, break them up into small pieces and add some red pepper flakes, chopped olives, cilantro, and pimentos. Stir to combine and place into your peppers. This makes a delicious and healthy chili to enjoy at the end of a day of picnicking or camping.

Another easy recipe for picnic sandwiches is a BLT, or Buttermilk-Bastion-Sour Cream Sandwich. This is great if you are in the mood for something light, with a bit of a kick. You’ll want to use buttermilk to make this sandwich because it won’t curdle, and it holds in the flavors of the cream, and the bread itself. Combine one tablespoon of sour cream, three to four cups of buttermilk, and two to three tablespoons of bread cubes. Spread a couple of tablespoons of butter over the top, and roll the mixture over to seal it, and then cut into three even pieces.

Other simple picnic recipes include a BLT, or Buttermilk-Bastion-Sour Cream sandwich. To make this sandwich, you will need about one-third cup of buttermilk, two cups of sour cream, and one to two tablespoons of bread cubes. Place the buttermilk and bread into a food processor, and pulse until it becomes a smooth consistency. Then, spread a generous amount of the cream over the bread, and press down gently into it. Then place into individual plastic bags, and heat in the microwave for about thirty seconds to soften the cream.

In The End

Other easy picnic foods include macaroni and cheese sandwiches, vegetable sandwiches, and hamburgers. You can also make sandwiches that are more moist than the traditional sandwich. If you love fishing, you can make a glazed salmon that includes relish and spicy mustard in the sauce. If you are in the mood to eat more vegetables, consider making your own vegetarian sandwiches. A baked potato with fresh salad is a healthy sandwich that everyone will love.

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