Sandwiches are the perfect, easy way to combine a wealth of ingredients and serve on one plate. For passengers flying on short afternoon flights, sandwiches are a great way to go. You can stock up on fresh local ingredients from your favorite delis, farmer's markets, or health food stores, get everything prepared carry in your cooler bag, and off you go to delight the taste buds of your passengers.
From Vegan to Meat Lovers, Check out a few of our favorite sandwiches at Beyond and Above.
Tempeh is easy to find at health food stores. You can serve it cold or heat it on a skillet, or in the convection oven. Add some avocado to this sandwich for an extra special and nourishing treat.
Layer up sliced Roma tomato, buffalo mozzarella, fresh basil leaves and arugula top it all off with a balsamic red marmalade.
Homemade tun salad served with apple slices, almond slivers and romaine.
Check out this recipe for Tuna Salad.
Especially good when served with rye or sourdough bread.
Check out our favorite recipe here.
Prosciutto & Brie, Black Forest Ham and Gouda, Smoked Turkey with Provolone, Foccacia bread, sauces, pesto aioli, there are so many choices to how you can combine deli ingredients into a tasty in-flight meal. Get creative with your breads, mix it up with your cheeses, and layer it high with your meat choices.
Combining ingredients and keeping it fresh are the most important things to remember when stacking up your sandwich, served along side good service, these are bound to be some of your clients' favorite meals.
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