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MY SANDWICH SECRETS

Follow these 10 tips for sandwich success every time.

 

TIP #1: FLAVOR IS KEY

Flavor is key when building a better sandwich. For a sandwich that’s the real deal, get creative in layering together different flavors that hit all your taste buds in every bite – grate pickles into a slaw for acid, crush crackers into the breading of your protein for salt and add a touch of sweetness by putting everything between King’s Hawaiian Bread.

TIP #2: ADD CONTRASTING INGREDIENTS

Build a better sandwich by building layers of flavor and texture. Start with soft and fluffy King’s Hawaiian Bread and then go from there with ingredients that add contrast – like crunchy, acidic slaw, super melty cheese and a hearty protein – for a winning combo every time.

TIP #3: DIFFERENT CHEESE OFFERS DIFFERENT RESULTS

Use multiple types of cheese for different purposes. Use the right combination – American for creaminess, cheddar for flavor, provolone for stretch – of a few of your favorites between your bread to get the best of them all in your next melt.

TIP #4: GO EXTRA GOOEY WITH CHEESE SAUCE

Use cheese sauce so your cheese between the bun stays gooey. Add a big spoonful of cheese sauce with your cheese slice to ensure that the cheese is going to ooze and stay gooey and melted when you bite into it.

TIP #1: FLAVOR IS KEY

Flavor is key when building a better sandwich. For a sandwich that’s the real deal, get creative in layering together different flavors that hit all your taste buds in every bite – grate pickles into a slaw for acid, crush crackers into the breading of your protein for salt and add a touch of sweetness by putting everything between King’s Hawaiian Bread.

TIP #2: ADD CONTRASTING INGREDIENTS

Build a better sandwich by building layers of flavor and texture. Start with soft and fluffy King’s Hawaiian Bread and then go from there with ingredients that add contrast – like crunchy, acidic slaw, super melty cheese and a hearty protein – for a winning combo every time.

TIP #5: DON'T FORGET TO ADD AN ACID

Everyone knows that toasty bread and gooey cheese are key to any melt. But the secret to take it to the next level is to contrast texture with crunch and flavor with acid. A melt is a luxurious, rich sandwich… to offset some of that richness in the melt, adding acid will balance each bite perfectly. Add acid with slaw, pickles or even a splash of red wine vinegar to your melt.

TIP #6: KIDS LOVE CRUNCH

Give it some crunch. You can add crunch to a sandwich with a layer of potato chips, onions straws or even fried chickpeas, or pickles. Getting that crunch in the middle adds contrast to soft, buttery bread like King’s Hawaiian Original Sweet Rolls and your favorite fillings to build a better back to school sandwich.

TIP #3: DIFFERENT CHEESE OFFER DIFFERENT RESULTS

Use multiple types of cheese for different purposes. Use the right combination – American for creaminess, cheddar for flavor, provolone for stretch – of a few of your favorites between your bread to get the best of them all in your next melt.

TIP #4: GO EXTRA GOOEY WITH CHEESE SAUCE

Use cheese sauce so your cheese between the bun stays gooey. Add a big spoonful of cheese sauce with your cheese slice to ensure that the cheese is going to ooze and stay gooey and melted when you bite into it.

TIP #5: DON'T FORGET TO ADD AN ACID

Everyone knows that toasty bread and gooey cheese are key to any melt. But the secret to take it to the next level is to contrast texture with crunch and flavor with acid. A melt is a luxurious, rich sandwich… to offset some of that richness in the melt, adding acid will balance each bite perfectly. Add acid with slaw, pickles or even a splash of red wine vinegar to your melt.

TIP #6: KIDS LOVE CRUNCH

Give it some crunch. You can add crunch to a sandwich with a layer of potato chips, onions straws or even fried chickpeas, or pickles. Getting that crunch in the middle adds contrast to soft, buttery bread like King’s Hawaiian Original Sweet Rolls and your favorite fillings to build a better back to school sandwich.

TIP #7: TOPPING TIPS

Stuffing your hot dogs or burgers, for example, with pickled jalapenos or cheese, or onions packs them with flavor from the inside out and keeps your toppings separate from the bun, so the bread stays soft and fluffy

TIP #8: GRILLED GOODNESS COUNTS TOO

A hot dog is a sandwich, so treat it like one and you can’t go wrong. Butterfly the hot dog and toast the inside and the outside of your buns for extra crispy and crusty texture. Then build layers of flavor by wrapping the hotdog in bacon, prosciutto, or even a cheese skirt before finishing with your favorite toppings.

TIP #9: POWER OF THE PRESS

Press the melt in a camping press or a panini press. This creates more sandwich bread surface area, which means more crunch to your melt. This is key to contrast the gooey soft texture of a melt.

TIP #10: BUTTER COAST TO COAST

Roasted Garlic butter – Brush it on your bread next time you grill. It adds another layer of flavor and remember to spread it coast to coast to ensure your bun toasts up nice and golden all over evenly.

TIP #7: TOPPING TIPS

Stuffing your hot dogs or burgers, for example, with pickled jalapenos or cheese, or onions packs them with flavor from the inside out and keeps your toppings separate from the bun, so the bread stays soft and fluffy

TIP #8: GRILLED GOODNESS COUNTS TOO

A hot dog is a sandwich, so treat it like one and you can’t go wrong. Butterfly the hot dog and toast the inside and the outside of your buns for extra crispy and crusty texture. Then build layers of flavor by wrapping the hotdog in bacon, prosciutto, or even a cheese skirt before finishing with your favorite toppings.

TIP #9: POWER OF THE PRESS

Press the melt in a camping press or a panini press. This creates more sandwich bread surface area, which means more crunch to your melt. This is key to contrast the gooey soft texture of a melt.

TIP #10: BUTTER COAST TO COAST

Roasted Garlic butter – Brush it on your bread next time you grill. It adds another layer of flavor and remember to spread it coast to coast to ensure your bun toasts up nice and golden all over evenly.