10 Best Mexican Sandwiches (+ Easy Recipes)


These Mexican sandwiches are super fun and full of flavor!

Spicy stuffing pambazos like a burger cemitasthey will absolutely knock you down.

Do you want to save this recipe? Enter your email below and we’ll send the recipe straight to your inbox!

Note: JavaScript is required for this content.

Homemade Mexican Pork Torta Sandwich with Tomatoes, Jalapeños and Mayonnaise

Every cuisine in the world has its own version of sandwiches to offer.

France has the croque-monsieurJapan has egg sandwiches, and America has the good old burger (yes, it’s a sandwich!).

But today, we are turning the spotlight on Mexico!

Did you know that there are at least ten must-have Mexican sandwiches? It’s true! And they go way beyond burritos and enchiladas.

So vamos mi amigos y amigas! Let’s put this show on the road.

Let’s get the ball rolling with pambazosa delicious sandwich well filled with potatoes, chorizo, question crumbles, salsa, lettuce and cream.

What a ridiculously delicious mishmash of all things big and tasty! I mean, potatoes in bread? Why not?

But that’s not all.

The bread is a star on its own. Called telera, this Mexican bread is crispy and golden on the outside and soft and chewy on the inside.

To make it more drool-worthy, the telera is brushed on fire guajillo salsa and grilled to even crispier perfection.

From the name, you can tell that this next sandwich is the Mexican version of the American burger.

These tortas are often served at Mexican restaurants and food trucks, but you can also make them easily at home.

Do you want to save this recipe? Enter your email below and we’ll send the recipe straight to your inbox!

Note: JavaScript is required for this content.

It’s basically a sandwich with two pieces of toasted white bread and a juicy Mexican-style burger patty.

And when I say seasoned Mexican, I’m talking about cilantro, lime, and smoked paprika. Yum!

Up the torta with sliced ​​avocado, salsa and a fiery mayo sauce to give it that signature Mexican twist.

Hey, vegans. I have one hell of a Mexican sandwich for you!

Instead of the usual meat filling, these tortas use breaded tofu steak. Dipped in a robust Mexican red chili sauce, it’s anything but bland.

On the tofu steak is a mix of Mexican toppings, including vegan mayonnaise, refried beans and shredded lettuce – you name it!

All this goodness is nestled between two crispy, toasted buns. Delight.

While a cemita looks exactly like a burger, there’s more to it than meets the eye.

First, there is the bread. Instead of the typical buns, this “burger” uses a cemitasoft, fluffy and enriched with eggs.

Think of him as the challah-and-brioche-loving child.

Then there’s the garnish: dreamy carnitas seasoned with chipotle peppers and a mint herb called papalo.

Topped with cheese and sliced ​​avocado, the cemita is definitely no ordinary burger. And I know you will love it!

Torta ahogada is an oval-shaped sandwich filled with tender pork carnitas dipped in red chili and tomato sauce.

It literally means “drowned sandwich”, so expect this one to be messy!

To contain all the toppings, you will need to use birota baguette-shaped bread with a crispy crust and a wonderful salty flavor.

If you can’t find birotsourdough or French baguette make great alternatives.

Finally, serve fresh lime wedges on the side to balance out the rich, zesty sauce.

The next is an open sandwich that will send your usual bruschetta wrap.

Seriously, these calves are beyond amazing.

Slices of toasted bread (bolillo) are coated in refried beans and topped with pico de gallo and ooey-gooey melted cheese.

Whether you want a light breakfast or a quick snack, calves will not disappoint you.

This recipe calls for a homemade pico de gallo made with tomatoes, jalapeños and onions, then seasoned with lime, salt and cilantro.

If you don’t have the energy to make it from scratch, store-bought salsa will also work great.

Cuban torta is a phenomenal sandwich with layers of carnitas, ham, cheese, chipotle mayonnaise, refried beans and sliced ​​avocado – it works!

All of that topping goes inside two halves of a perfectly buttered, toasted bun, creating one of the most epic sandwiches I’ve seen in my entire life.

This is the sandwich for those who need more than one topping to feel satisfied. There’s not just one, but three main fills, and they’re all divine.

As its name suggests, this torta uses a tender pork leg as a garnish.

Compared to other cuts of pork, the leg is quite lean. But it has a good amount of fat for flavor.

It’s also expensive, so expect it to taste amazing.

You will brown and shred the meat to create a tender and juicy sandwich filling. Then add refried beans, tomatoes, onions, jalapeños, and avocado, and you’re done.

Synchronized are very similar to quesadillas, except they use ham and cheese. Think of it as a ham and cheese panini with a Mexican twist.

Besides the three main ingredients – ham, cheese, and flour tortillas – feel free to add any savory extras you like (like tomatoes, lettuce, and sliced ​​avocado).

Much like quesadillas, sincronizadas are best served with sour cream, salsa, and guacamole.

To top off this wonderful Mexican menu, the ham piea hearty sandwich that bursts with savory, savory flavors.

The hero of this sandwich is a thick slice of salted ham. It’s topped off with Mexican staples like mayonnaise, sliced ​​avocado, asadero cheese and jalapeños.

It’s the perfect way to use up leftover Thanksgiving ham!

If you don’t have real ham on hand, this recipe works great with regular deli ham. Just add 2-3 slices to amp up the flavors.

Mexican sandwiches

Comments are closed.