Last week we brought to you our best slow-cooking recipes by Michelin-starred chefs. We kick off this week with our favourite sandwich ideas from top chefs around the world. You don’t need a slow cooker for any of these sandwich recipes, but instead go get the broiler cracking and jump on the path to sandwich perfection. Whether it’s the humble grilled cheese, a French ham and cheese sandwich, or a fried po boy roll, these star chefs are here to show you how it’s done.
1. Gordon Ramsay’s Ultimate Steak Sandwich: his steak sandwich recipe is full of expert advice covering every step of the way to make the ultimate steak sandwich. From choosing the best cut of steak, making a beautiful tomato relish with basil, to checking the doneness of your steak, Ramsay has got you covered.
2. Heston Blumenthal’s bacon sandwich recipe: the chef goes low-brow with American-style hot dog mustard for his hearty, simple bacon sandwich that anyone can make at home.
3. Daniel Boulud’sjambon-beurre: just four ingredients go into Daniel Boulud’s fancy French ham sandwich. Yes, there is a lot of butter and that is a good thing.
5. Daniel Humm’s gruyère sandwich: Humm of Eleven Madison Park, NYC makes his favourite grilled cheese with tomatoes and prosciutto. His secret ingredient - a touch of kirsch that adds a spice to an otherwise simple grilled cheese.
6. David Kinch’s ultimate oyster po boy sandwich: the chef of the three Michelin star Manresa in Los Gatos, California, tries his hand at fried oyster po boys seasoned with a special spice mix.
The ideal English muffins are lightly toasted. You can just slice them in half and put them in the toaster, but we prefer the oven-toasting technique. You can also learn how to make English muffins at home before putting them in the oven by following our simple recipe.
These light, flaky and melt-in-your-mouth pain aux raisins are a delight of French patisserie and are great for a breakfast treat, or any time. Make your own pain aux raisins with this easy-to-follow recipe.
Geranium's Rasmus Kofoed has decided to stop serving meat at the restaurant currently ranked number two on the World's 50 Best Restaurants list. But the Danish chef isn't yet willing to go purely plant-based.