If you're celebrating the Royal Wedding with a street party, family do or afternoon tea with the girls, these classic British sandwich recipes are perfect.
If you’re celebrating the Royal Wedding with a street party, family do or afternoon tea with the girls, these classic British sandwich recipes are perfect.
Created for the Queen’s Coronation in 1953, these Coronation-style chicken sandwiches with herbs, mayo and curry powder will taste just as good for any Royal celebrations.
Is there anything more British than a hard-boiled egg and cress sarnie? These tasty Egg mayo rolls with crisp lettuce are easy to make, cheap and always popular.
Nothing beats a bit of tuna mayo sandwiched between two soft buns or slices for bread. This delicious crunchy tuna filler recipe is the perfect choice for feeding a lot of hungry people in one go.
This classic British preserve, Piccalilli, is made with mustard powder and veggies to create a delicious, chunky pickle. Works well in sandwiches with cheese, tomatoes or ham.
Hosting afternoon tea? Don’t forget the smoked salmon sandwiches. This delicious smoked salmon, avocado and brie on rye bread is the perfect posh treat for friends and family.
It’s not just kids who’ll love these double-decker BLT-style Club sarnies with cream cheese, red onion and homemade salsa. They’re the perfect party bites for all ages.
Make a batch of Stripy picnic rolls with Red Leicester cheese and wafer-thin ham, and create colourful layers with tomatoes and cucumber. Quick, cheap and easy for your Royal Wedding bash.
A dash of mustard and horseradish gives these Woman’s Weekly’s Ham and Tewkesbury butter sandwiches a real kick. Not for party guests who like their food mild!
You can’t beat a tender cut of steak sandwiched between two thick buns. Topped with ripe tomatoes and tangy red onions, this steak roll recipe is a must!
Push the boat out with these fancy aubergine, courgette pesto and cream cheese open sandwiches. They’re quick to make and will look very impressive come lunch time.