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Open-Faced Turkey Sandwiches

Open-Faced Turkey Sandwiches

"In Oakdale, California, Tiffany Mouren uses a flavorful garlic spread to give Italian flair to her warm turkey sandwiches. Mozzarella cheese melted on top adds a fast final touch to the open-faced rolls."
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30 m servings
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  1. In a skillet, saute the onion, garlic and Italian seasoning in oil. Add parsley, lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce and pepper; spread on cut sides of rolls. Top with turkey; sprinkle with cheese. Bake at 350 degrees F for 8-10 minutes or until heated through.

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We added some roasted red peppers in the saute. I really liked this and it was pretty lite.

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Just not my taste. I think the lemon juice adds an interesting curve into the mix. I love the onions, garlic cooked in the oil and the worcestershire and pepper. I think this would be a good one...

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We added some roasted red peppers in the saute. I really liked this and it was pretty lite.

Just not my taste. I think the lemon juice adds an interesting curve into the mix. I love the onions, garlic cooked in the oil and the worcestershire and pepper. I think this would be a good one...

I toasted wheat bread. Then added the mixture,turkey,chesse,and bacon. I then put it under the broiler for a few minutes. I added some tomato afterwards. The end result was good. It was nice not...

Next time I think I'll decrease the Worcestershire sauce. I added a little extra olive oil because the bread seemed too dry. I used cheddar cheese instead of mozzarella because that is what I ha...

Very good...but I substituted the lunch meat for leftover turkey from thanksgiving last year (I made last year not recently) ...It was very good for that.

I teach a high school Culinary Arts class and we made a version of this recipe at school and the kids went crazy over it. We did change a bit of the recipe. Rather than using Worcestershire we...

This did nothing for me. I did use less lemon because of the other review and it still seemed too much. It was odd all the way around in the flavor dept. No one had seconds.

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