A national study on turkey consumption found: Nearly half of U.S. consumers eat turkey at least once every two weeks with more than a quarter eating turkey deli meat. It is no secret that I love a good turkey sandwich. In fact one of my favorite parts of Thanksgiving is all of the left over turkey to make sandwiches! This is a recipe for my most favorite turkey sandwich, it has a truly unique blend of flavors that is delicious! This is adapted from a recipe from a fancy restaurant my parents ate at years ago!
Guadalajara Turkey SandwichNorbest Sweetheart roast)
Monterey Jack Cheese sliced (about 1/2 a pound)
Jellied Cranberry Sauce, sliced
7 0z can whole green chilies, rinsed
8 slices of bread (get a really nice variety like sour dough, or homemade bakery bread)
3 Tablespoons Mayo
1 Tablespoon Mustard
Butter for putting on the outside of bread
Heat skillet or frying pan to a nice medium/low heat. Butter the outside of each piece of bread. Mix the mayo and mustard together. To make the sandwich, on the inside of both slices of bread spread the mayo mustard sauce (if you are not a saucy person, you do not even need this). On one slice of bread place cheese, opened chile pepper and turkey slices, on the other slice of bread place more cheese, cranberry sauce, and more turkey. Put the pieces together. Grill Sandwich on medium low heat until the outside is golden brown, and the cheese is melted. This sandwich is a little messy, but totally worth it!
Yum! This is a great sandwich! When I first told my hubby about this sandwich years ago, he was a little skeptical, about the flavors, but now even he is a believer! What is your favorite turkey sandwich?
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