The most common terms in Spanish for the tango position where a follower's foot is "sandwiched" between the leader's feet are el sandwich, el sanguchito, or la modida.
The most common sandwich sequence is:
- Starting from back ochos.
- Leader's right foot paradas the outside of the follower's left foot.
- Leader's left foot sandwiches the follower's left foot.
- Leader's right foot crosses behind their left.
- The follower's right is led to a stepover/pasada.
Variations. There are also several variations that you can see in the following videos.
- Sandwich - El Sanguchito 5:49
- By Tango Argentino Köln (Raquel & Ricardo Lang) In German, but you only need to look at the first minute of demo. This is the single most common sanguchito sequence.
- Sanguchito and back sanguchito - 21.10.2015 6:52
- By Tanguito, Argentine Tango Academy. Shows the basic sanguchito but also some more advanced variations.
- Sanguchitos - from simple to creative -13.11.2016 7:50
- By Tanguito, Argentine Tango Academy. Similar to above but some additions.
- How to Do the Sandwich or El Sanguchito 3:24
- Howcast video by Diego Blanco & Ana Padrón. They don't show the move until two minutes into the video and then they use a slightly unusual variation with the leader stepping to the side with their right, instead of the more common crossing behind the left.
- Basics of Argentine tango – the sandwich-step
- Compilation of sanguchito videos.