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Turkey Sandwich Ideas
Why does turkey make such a wonderful sandwich? First, it absorbs the flavors that it is cooked with. This makes it ideal for creative sandwich building. It is a low fat food. Turkey is a fabulous source of high-quality protein. Plus, the price is right! Turkeys are often featured on sale just before holidays. It's easy to grab a couple and store them in the freezer. If you don't have a large freezer, cook the turkey, then share the cost, and the meat, with a couple of friends. There will be plenty of turkey for everybody's favorite sandwiches.
*Green peppers and onions sautéed with chunks of marinated turkey, and olive oil, then layered in a fresh Portuguese roll.
*Open face sliced turkey breast with mayo, lettuce, and tomato on rosemary artisan bread.
*Oat bread with sliced turkey breast, butter lettuce, Campari tomato slices, and ranch dressing.
*Thickly sliced whole grain artisan bread, mayo, Gouda, sliced dark meat turkey, butter lettuce, thinly sliced tomatoes, and balsamic vinegar marinated onions.
*Grilled garlic bread layered with melted provolone cheese, caramelized onions, turkey marinated in Italian dressing, butter lettuce, and a bit of pesto mayo.
*Orange slices chunked up and added to turkey salad with dried cranberries, green onions, and chopped toasted pecans, then layered with lettuce on a croissant.
*Diced turkey with mayo, tomato, and dill served open face on a Kim's Magic Pop.
*Tangy barbecued turkey breast with kosher dill pickle slices, slivered onions, and lettuce with K.C style barbecue sauce on a Ciabatta roll.
*Turkey salad with shredded lettuce, and chopped tomato on a Kim's Magic Pop.
*Deli sub made on an Italian loaf with roast turkey, provolone cheese, shredded lettuce, tomatoes, bell peppers, onions, black olives, jalapenos, mayo, mustard, a shake of Italian herbs, and oil with vinegar.
*Curried turkey salad in a warm pita with lettuce, tomato, and onions.
*Lettuce, tomato, turkey, and Lorraine Swiss on grilled sourdough with mayo.
*Picante turkey chunks with melted Monterey jack cheese in a fresh corn tortilla wrap with sautéed onions and peppers.
*Turkey marinated in teriyaki sauce, served in a flour tortilla with Oriental Cabbage Salad.
*Lemon-pepper grilled turkey breast with lettuce, tomato slices, and light mayo on a crusty roll.
*Hot turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, and gravy on a fresh, homemade roll. Serve it with a side of cranberry sauce or relish.
*Roast turkey, ham, and Swiss cheese sandwich grilled on rye.
*Turkey, spinach artichoke dip, and alfalfa sprouts in a warm pita pocket.
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