Most Popular Russian Sandwiches

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Most Popular Russian Sandwiches
Sour Cream with Sugar

Most Popular Russian Sandwiches
Black Caviar

Most Popular Russian Sandwiches
Caramelized Milk Spread

Most Popular Russian Sandwiches
Chicken Melt

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Crab with Shredded Egg and Mayo

Most Popular Russian Sandwiches
Cured Beef Salami

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Dijon Mustard Patti

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Eggplant Caviar

Most Popular Russian Sandwiches
Feta Cheese with Radishes and Olives

Most Popular Russian Sandwiches
Hot Smoked Salami

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Pickled Herring with Cheese Spread

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Pickled Herring with Shredded Beats

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Poached Egg with Canadian Bacon

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Red Caviar

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Roasted Bell Peppers with Smoked Cheese Spread

Most Popular Russian Sandwiches
Roasted Eggplants and Bell Pepers Spread

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Smocked Salmon

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Smoked Sprats with Village Cheese

Most Popular Russian Sandwiches
Soft-Boiled Egg with Havarti Cheese, and Vegetables

Most Popular Russian Sandwiches
The Ultimate Balogna

Most Popular Russian Sandwiches
Zucchini Spread

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Ukrainian Bacon Sandwich

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Homemade Strawberry Jam

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Pickled Cucumbers with Hard-Boiled Eggs

Most Popular Russian Sandwiches
Chiken Pate, Radishes, and Cucumbers

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Mouthwatering, juicy corned beef Reubens and flavorful seafood Po’boys made a name for American sandwiches around the world.

Americans consume an average of 45 billion sandwiches each year which makes the sandwich one of the most traditional convenience foods in the US. Much like Americans, Russians also have a thing for this type of light meal. Russian sandwiches, however, are much less sophisticated then the loaded Chicken Bacon Ranch Melt or the Italian Chicken Panini we see at Subway or Panera Bread.

A Russian sandwich is usually served open-faced style with a slice of bread topped with a slice of bread topped with some incredibly filling ingredients. Some variations, like red caviar served over whole wheat toast, are extremely nutritious and healthy. Others, like an inch-thick slice of ‘Salo’, a Ukrainian version of a rich, fatty bacon, served over some freshly baked white bread, should never be mentioned during an annual check-up appointment with your physician. Nonetheless, most Slavic sandwiches are great treats that can satisfy both your taste buds and hunger. Here is a line-up of the 25 most popular Russian sandwiches in all their glory.

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Lika Emelyanova

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