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Turkey-Apple Sandwich

Turkey-Apple Sandwich recipe
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Crisp apple slices lend a touch of sweetness and bring out the smoky flavor of the meat in this tasty turkey sandwich.
time
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10 min
total:
10 min
servings
total:
1 serving
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posted:
3/3/2006
From the moment I tasted this it was an automatic favorite! I am a mom so a quick healthy snack is what I search for, and this snack is about as good as it gets!
posted:
1/16/2005
The apple adds a nice texture and cuts through the richness of the cheese and meat. It also adds a fruit serving to my day! I've been skipping the mayo and just using the dressing. A very tasty sandwich!
posted:
10/13/2004
What a great change instead of regular sandwich items (lettuce, tomato). Even my 3 year old love it. I made him a different sandwich and he wanted to eat my sandwich so we shared it.
posted:
10/13/2004
This is great! I also tried it on a bagel, and I put it open-faced in the toaster oven until the cheese had melted. Very good!
posted:
8/17/2004
with this recipe I grill some turkey meat and grill some of my vegetables
posted:
3/16/2004
posted:
2/4/2004
I used moz cheese, next to the bread, on both sides, (no dressing),the turkey divided, w/ the apples in the center , and grilled it w/ spray. Great idea, using apples. stayed crunchy, being in the center.
posted:
1/8/2004
I used provalone cheese, instead of chedder cheese.
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