How to Make Pinwheel SandwichesMake Pinwheel Sandwiches Putting together a pinwheel sandwich requires more preparation than making traditional sandwiches, but it offers an eye-catching treat when finished. There are many styles of pinwheel sandwiches, and it's up to the creator to add the ingredients that please the palette.
Instructions1 Buy the pinwheel sandwich filler ingredients. Vegetables like cucumbers, radishes and peeled carrots are great additions. Many diners like to add a slice or two of cheese or deli meats for a heartier fare. 2 Remove the crust on a full loaf of white bread. Slice the bread in half lengthwise with a large bread knife. 3 Flatten each half of the loaf of bread with a rolling pin, keeping equal pressure on the rolling pin as not to tear or damage the bread. 4 Spread a condiment on each flattened half of the bread. Keep the amount minimal to avoid making the bread too soggy. 5 Apply any vegetables in thin strips and layers along the length of the bread loaf. Add any sliced cheeses or meats to the sandwich. 6 Roll the bread halves lengthwise, keeping all ingredients together and firmly packed during the rolling process. 7 Wrap the entire rolled sandwich in a cling film and refrigerate until chilled. Remove from wrap and slice into servings.
Tips & WarningsUse unusual toppings and fillers, like peanut butter and bananas. Use honey as a condiment. Many people enjoy making salmon pinwheel sandwiches with cucumber and a mayonnaise spread.
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