A bocadillo is Spanish for "sandwich". A traditional Spanish bocadillo goes beyond a couple of slices of bread with luncheon meats. This is more of a Spanish "hero" sandwich with a variety of ingredients encased in thick crusty bread.
The king of grilled cheese includes grilled onions, mushrooms, cheddar and brick cheeses.
In this recipe, tortilla chips are on the outside of the bread to give the sandwich its corn-like flavor and to give you the ability to enjoy all the flavors – the guacamole, bacon, cheeses, and corn chips all at once. Although I prefer using Colby and Monterey Jack separately in this recipe, you can use the combination cheese, Colby-Jack, if you prefer.
Muffuletta is a type of Sicilian bread (round crusty loaf with a hollow center) but is best known as one heck of a big sandwich. The sandwich version originated in 1906 at the Central Grocery Store owned by Salvatore Lupo, located in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Tired of burgers and hot dogs? Try this Portobello Mushrooms & Grilled Shrimps on Focaccia with Goat Cheese Spread made popular by Roz’s Rice Mill Café in Pawleys Island, South Carolina