Recipe by butterfly1x
"Great for leftover turkey! Very simple but awesome flavor. Can either broil open-faced or grill as a sandwich. May add ingredients to your liking such as tomato, onion, etc. Enjoy!"
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thick-cut rye bread
leftover turkey meat, or to taste
baby spinach, or to taste
Fabulous sandwich! I love anything with Swiss so I had to give this a try. I opted for Hellman's light mayo and low fat Swiss. I added some thin sliced tomato and a couple of slices of bacon which proved to be wonderful additions. No matter what you add, you can't go wrong. Perfect with a side of fresh fruit!
I spread dijon on the second bread slice. Instead of cooking this in the oven, I made this into a grilled cheese by melting a little butter in my cast iron skillet and cooking the sandwich in the skillet. Very good.
Didn't have any rye bread, so I cooked this as a panini using a baguette I had on hand. Did add a little dijon as well as some sliced tomatoes and sautéed sliced onion. Nice sandwich.
Not sure why it has grilled in the title when it's broiled?! Anyway, I loved this and I do like the broiled method, no butter or oil needed! I added a couple roasted red pepper slices. Tomato would be good too :)
So good. I didn't want to turn my oven on so I warmed them on the stove.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Grilled Turkey and Swiss Sandwich
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 285
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