How to Make a DIY Sandwich Bar
A sandwich bar is easy to have at any party or gathering.
You can make delicious sandwiches the way you like with the right combination of toppings, buns, and condiments. And a sandwich bar is always something for everyone's taste and preference.
Good for movie nights, game nights, or want to hang out with friends on Saturday nights, even for birthday parties, this would be fast and easy to prepare. This sandwich bar is an excellent idea and fun to have on any occasion, from the smallest gathering
to the bigger crowd. It only takes a quick trip to the supermarket and twenty minutes of prep, and you are all set for your party. If you are looking for a crowd-pleasing no-cook option gathering, this one is for you.
This is how to set up the sandwich bar the easy way.
First of all, establish the base recipes for sandwiches.
You can get any bun, such as white, french, and wheat. My favorite is Croissants and Molasses brown bread.
Just like buns, so does the meat; there's plenty of meat you can choose from the supermarket, but the most popular are these three kinds Turkey, ham, and roast beef. You can also have more varieties if you wish, like:
Black forest ham
3. Veggie/ toppings
Three essential veggies in every sandwich; lettuce, Onion, and tomatoes; again, all to your liking, but these three are strongly recommended. You can also have some avocado, spinach, pickles, butter lettuce, and anything you desire.
These are must-haves in every sandwich making, cheeses, mayo, and mustard, but if you want more, you can put spread like pesto, artichokes, butter, cheeses, and even fried Onion.
Our Favorite Cheeses:
Spicy Havarti cheese
Pepper Jack cheese
Beecher's Flagship cheddar cheese ( you can tell we are Washingtonian)
The quantity for every 6 guests
1/2 pound for every meat and cheese.
Put all the condiments in the small bowl.
6 Roma tomatoes sliced, or 3 beefsteak tomatoes
4 big avocados
2 big red or sweet onions sliced thinly.
Arrange the slices of bread, meats, cheeses, and veggies on the board so your guest can quickly grab what they need to build for their sandwich. And try to choose a location that is easy to reach or close to the sitting area.
For the last touch-up, don't forget to decorate your sandwich table with beautiful flower arrangements.
Pepperoncini, radish, and cucumber pickles are our favorites as well.
Thank you so much for reading
I hope you have a wonderful summer.