When it comes to delectable lunches, these easy focaccia sandwich recipes are unmatched.
Try them once, and you’ll never go back to sliced bread again.
Focaccia is so thick, fluffy, and insanely flavorful, regular old bread just can’t compete!
What makes it so irresistible? The generous glug of olive oil and all those scrummy toppings.
I’m talking rosemary, garlic, cheese, onions, olives, and more!
They’re all tasty when scattered over the top. But what about taking it up a notch?
Get ready to pile on the veggies, meats, and cheeses because these focaccia sandwich recipes are too good to miss.
10 Easy Focaccia Sandwiches Everyone Will Love
Roasted veggies and focaccia were made for one another!
Rub some olive oil on sliced eggplant, bell peppers, zucchini, mushrooms, and onions, and plop them in the oven until they’re crisp on the edges.
Then, spread some homemade arugula pesto onto the focaccia and sandwich all the delicious fillings in between.
If you want a protein hit, try adding grilled chicken or mozzarella. Yum!
Why settle for a basic turkey sandwich on white bread when you can have this instead?
You’ll need six quality ingredients, including arugula, tomato, and mozzarella, to keep things super fresh. Oh, and the turkey, of course!
If you’re still using basic turkey lunch meat, it’s time to swap it out for shaved deli meat.
It’s incredible how something as simple as this can make a world of difference.
Speaking of which, the rosemary focaccia and sun-dried tomato pesto are another simple fix that takes the flavor to another level.
Do you like your sandwiches jam-packed with meat and cheese? Then you have to try this fully loaded focaccia!
It’s got layers of Italian salami, ham, smoked turkey, and Provolone cheese. Skip the lettuce and add a handful of fresh herbs like parsley and basil.
And what better bread to serve this all on than focaccia! I mean, it is an Italian sandwich, after all.
And like all good Italian recipes, this one feeds a crowd. So whip up a platter for your next shindig and watch as they quickly disappear.
If you’re planning a party menu, this ham focaccia sandwich is an excellent recipe to add to the list.
The straightforward ingredients and simple prep make this sandwich a piece of cake.
Just smear mayo, butter, and mustard on a loaf of focaccia, then pile on the layers.
The combo of roasted turkey, black forest ham, and Provolone hit the spot every time.
Keep it simple with tomatoes, lettuce, and onion, so you know everyone will enjoy it.
As for the focaccia, you can go with a traditional flavor or try something like bacon and rosemary. Yum!
Who said fresh, healthy food doesn’t taste good?
Tasty and good for you, this chicken focaccia with avocado is a winner at any lunch table!
It’s a great way to use up all that leftover rotisserie chicken you had for last night’s dinner.
Pair it with avocado, spinach, and roasted peppers for a ton of nutrients.
Try it with different types of focaccia bread or spreads to find your favorite combination.
I like mine with onion focaccia and pesto, but there are countless combinations, so it never gets old.
Another sensational way to spruce up your turkey sandwich is with focaccia, pepperoncini, and pesto mayo.
It’s savory, vinegary, cheesy, and, best of all, super filling.
This 10-minute sandwich is a quick dinner or easy lunch, and it’s sure to please everyone you serve it to.
Everyone in the office will be asking where you got it. Little do they know, you whipped it up yourself.
Here’s a scrumptious breakfast sandwich to add to a brunch or holiday spread.
Toss the bacon in the oven while you whip up some super fluffy scrambled eggs. Add cheese if you like, or save that until the end.
If you can find (or make) focaccia with everything bagel seasoning, it will make these babies over the top incredible.
But really, any tasty focaccia will do the trick. Just pile in the bacon and eggs, and add some cheese on top. Delish!
Oh, and feel free to modify the fillings too! I actually prefer crispy fried eggs with runny yolks.
And maybe you like sausage more than bacon. You do you, Boo!
I’ve been all about this chicken and pesto panini recently. It tastes gourmet, but it’s completely homemade.
Like all sandwiches, there’s an art to making paninis. You want to carefully select the ingredients, then build it right.
And by “right,” I mean “don’t overdo it.” If you add too many ingredients, they’ll squash out when you press the sandwich to toast.
So, start by pan-frying breaded chicken, then smear pesto on the focaccia. From there, build your layers slowly and press the panini.
Cheesy, savory, and fresh, don’t underestimate the power of focaccia in a panini.
I love Caprese in every form, including between slices of thick sandwich bread. But using focaccia completely changes the game!
It’s fresh and cheesy, just like you want it to be. The difference is, the focaccia adds a delightfully airy texture and incredible flavor.
This recipe also uses arugula rather than basil, giving it a peppery kick.
If you want balsamic, add a few splashes right before eating. That way, you don’t wind up with soggy focaccia bread.
Whether you’re strictly vegan or just appreciate a killer vegan sandwich, reward yourself with this phenomenal meat-free BLT.
Tofu bacon is surprisingly delicious. And though it doesn’t taste like real bacon, it’s still good in its own way.
You get a pleasant garlicky twist with roasted garlic mayo and garlic focaccia here.
Add tomato and lettuce for the complete package.
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