America’s Top 10 New Sandwiches — Veganized

(Photo: Noelle Kelly)

5. Vegan Fried Chicken Sandwich


The colossal sandwich from Bakesale Betty’s in Oakland is not your  run-of-the-mill fried chicken sandwich, and neither is the vegan version created by Leinana Two Moons from Vegan Good Things. Leinana prepared a cashew-cream encrusted veggie chicken patty topped with Bakesale Betty’s signature jalapeno-spiked vinaigrette slaw, served on a torpedo roll.

Recipe: Vegan Fried Chicken Sandwich

(Photo: Leinana Two Moons)

4. The Vegan Maple


If you’ve been hankering for a healthier version of the McGriddle, look no further. The only question about this sandwich, inspired by Portland’s Meat Cheese Bread and designed by Nora Kuby of Pride and Vegiduce, is whether to have it for breakfast or dinner, or maybe both! Maple-glazed French toast is slathered with a cheesy sauce, caramelized onions, and a white bean tempeh patty infused with fennel seeds. It’s not your country cousin’s McGriddle.

Recipe: The Vegan Maple

(Photo: Nora Kuby)

3. Vegan Lasagna Bolognese Sandwich

Honestly, weren’t you expecting vegan sandwiches to be all sprouts and avocados? Well, if so you’re in for quite a surprise with this one. Mandi Hoffman of Chic Vegan reworked the bolognese sandwich from Philly’s Paesano’s, prepared here with Earth Balance bechamel sauce, roasted sweet red peppers and melted vegan mozzarella.

Recipe: Vegan Lasagna Bolognese Sandwich

(Photo: Mandi Hoffman)

2. Vegan Brussels Sprout Sandwich


This was the one sandwich on the list that vegans could sleep easy about, but it still needed a recipe to make it complete. Marly came up with a recipe that might even make meat-eaters order a BS sandwich. Think red pepper hummus, golden-crusted Brussels sprouts and a Granny Smith apple slaw.

Recipe: Brussels Sprouts Sandwich

(Photo: Marly McMillen)

1. The Vegan New Luther


As we said in the original post, “It takes some chutzpa to reinvent what Endless Simmer has already called the best drunk food in America.” And it takes even more chutzpah to veganize it, which Ashley McLaughlin of NeverHomemaker was more than happy to do. A pecan-topped, maple-encrusted brioche donut is cut in half and filled with a lightly fried chickpea burger and wedges of smoked applewood “bacon.” There you go — a vegan sandwich even Luther Vandross could love.

Recipe: The Vegan New Luther

(Photo: Ashley M.)

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Previously on ES:
America’s Top 10 New Sandwiches
Readers Pick America’s Next Best New Sandwiches
The Great Vegetarian Jerky-Off

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16 thoughts on “America’s Top 10 New Sandwiches — Veganized

  1. veganized ftw! –> this series is a great idea.

    these ALL look so awesome…. im very hungry all of the sudden…

  2. These are all mouthwatering. I’m not even vegan and I’m going to make one of these today. Thanks for the great ideas!

  3. What a great project to be a part of!

    Everyone did such an amazingly delicious job. I can’t wait to try out every single one of these recipes.

  4. An amazing series. All of the sandwiches look fabulous, great alternative to the meat counterparts.

  5. for next round: the Tempeh Rueben from Proper Eats in St Johns (Portland) totally deserves to be on this list. it’s insane.

  6. I loved being a part of this awesome vegan project, everyone did an amazing job veganizing the sandwiches and it’s super awesome to see it here on Endless Simmer!!!

  7. Thank you! Awesome feature article. Love it and love the sammies!

  8. They all look great. I’m not a vegan but I think I’d eat anyone of those sandwhiches.

  9. All of these sandwiches look delicious!! My husband and I …okay my husband is doing much better than I..are trying to eat healthier and leaning toward Vegan. We will try most of these winners above!!
    We especially like Manifestvegan.com for all types of recipes, idea’s and suggestions/substitutions. We still like our sweets and this website offers excellent recipes and great pics!
    Thank you!!

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