Big-Game Sandwich Recipes

Browse our best sandwich recipes for Super Bowl get-togethers.

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The Sandwich King's Italian Sloppy Joes

Jeff Mauro says, "This is a classic bolognese, sloppied and turned into an awesome sandwich." You can make it up to two days in advance and double the recipe for a crowd. And feel free to substitute ground turkey or all beef for the beef, pork and veal combo this recipe calls for.

Get the Recipe: Italian Sloppy Joes

BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich

Melissa cooks her pork in a slow cooker with homemade barbecue sauce. Heap the finished pork onto buns and top with tangy carrots and extra barbecue sauce once you're ready to serve.

Get the Recipe: BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich

Buffalo Chicken Sliders

Boneless chicken thighs make this sandwich juicy and flavorful, but you can use chicken breasts if you prefer — just butterfly them before browning and be careful not to overcook them. Serve with homemade ranch dressing.

Get the Recipe: Buffalo Chicken Sliders

Reuben Meatball Sliders

"What's better than a meatball? What's better than a Reuben? A Reuben meatball. Easy, quick and totally tasty, this sandwich combines all the elements of a classic Reuben, just in spherical form," says Sandwich King Jeff Mauro. "People love a ton of dressing on this, so be sure to place a bowl of it near the sliders and let people drown their sandwich in as much sauce as they want."

Get the Recipe: Reuben Meatball Sliders

Monster Muffaletta

The Sandwich King says, "This is a classic New Orleans sandwich that's hard to mess with, so I stuck to the original as much as possible. The olive salad can be done at least four days in advance and stored in an airtight container in the fridge. It's great on everything!" For serving, Jeff says BBQ chips are a must.

Get the Recipe: Monster Muffaletta

Chinese BBQ Pulled Pork Sliders with Pickled Cukes and Carrots and Sweet-and-Hot Mustard Sauce

This sandwich is all about classic Chinese food flavors. Jeff Mauro says, "I love the succulent pork coupled with the tangy and crunchy veggies and hot-and-sweet mustard." You can make cute sliders, or pile the pork onto a large French loaf for game-day serving.

Get the Recipe: Chinese BBQ Pulled Pork Sliders with Pickled Cukes and Carrots and Sweet-and-Hot Mustard Sauce

Grilled Cheese With Bacon and Thousand Island Dressing

Make a Super Bowl-ready grilled cheese sandwich by using fresh sourdough bread, maple-glazed bacon and a flavorful cheese.

Get the Recipe: Grilled Cheese With Bacon and Thousand Island Dressing

Guy's Chicken-Tequila Tailgate Sandwiches

Guy knows how to tailgate, and to make this sandwich he takes foil-packet cooking to extremes.

Get the Recipe: Chicken-Tequila Tailgate Sandwiches

The Sandwich King's Squash, Manchego and Balsamic-Onion Grilled Cheese

For an unexpected twist, Jeff Mauro adds squash to this melty, toasty grilled cheese sandwich.

Get the Recipe: Squash, Manchego and Balsamic-Onion Grilled Cheese

Hoosier Pork-Tenderloin Sandwich

To make these fantastic sandwiches, you pound pork tenderloin out to make a thin disk of meat and then coat it in a buttermilk batter and fry to perfection.

Get the Recipe: Hoosier Pork-Tenderloin Sandwich

Philly Cheesesteaks with Melted Fontina and Sauteed Red Onions

By freezing this beef before slicing you're able to get ultra-thin slices, perfect for authentic cheesesteaks at home.

Get the Recipe: Philly Cheesesteaks with Melted Fontina and Sauteed Red Onions

Tyler's Ultimate Steak Sandwich

A creamy cheese bechamel sauce, arugula mayo and crisp fennel slaw make this steak sandwich stand out.

Get the Recipe: The Ultimate Steak Sandwich

Turkey Picadillo Sandwiches

This is like a turkey sloppy joe sandwich topped with creamy avocado slices.

Get the Recipe: Turkey Picadillo Sandwiches

Fish Sandwiches With Jalapeno Slaw

Fried tilapia fillets make great sandwiches topped with spicy jalapeno slaw.

Get the Recipe: Fish Sandwiches With Jalapeno Slaw

Alton's Mini Man Burgers

Follow Alton's lead for classic sliders, a perfect football party food.

Get the Recipe: Mini Man Burgers

The Sandwich King's Chicago Steakhouse Sandwich

Jeff Mauro serves up a classic sandwich but makes it better with garlicky spinach and blue cheese dressing.

Get the Recipe: Chicago Steakhouse Sandwich

Asian Meatball Subs With Hoisin Mayonnaise

Crusty baguettes are perfect for soaking up the juices from the gingery pork meatballs and spicy hoisin mayonnaise layered with crunchy sprouts and scallions.

Get the Recipe: Asian Meatball Subs With Hoisin Mayonnaise

Steak Sandwiches With Blue Cheese and Peppadew Mayo

Nothing's better at a sports party than a meaty, dressed-up steak sandwich.

Get the Recipe: Steak Sandwiches With Blue Cheese and Peppadew Mayo

Ode to the Rooster

Claire Robinson's chicken sandwiches are the perfect make-ahead tailgating food.

Get the Recipe: Ode to the Rooster

Italian Party Sub

Stock up on your favorite Italian deli meats and create your own giant party sub sandwich for the big game.

Get the Recipe: Italian Party Sub

Marathon Sandwich

Pile on the deli meat, roast beef, turkey, pastrami and corned beef for this towering sandwich, and serve with Russian dressing.

Get the Recipe: Marathon Sandwich

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