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Napa Valley Turkey Sandwich

Napa Valley Turkey Sandwich recipe
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Treat yourself to a smoked turkey breast sandwich filled with naturally sweet shredded carrots and seedless red grapes.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
10 min
servings
total:
1 serving
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posted:
7/21/2012
Easy and quick. Love using fresh fruit and veggies in it. It has become a staple at my house. I used a little dijonayse to give it a kick.
posted:
4/19/2012
My kids could not get enough of this one, neither could my hubby.
posted:
4/21/2011
Never would of thought to mix grapes, carrots and mayo to make this sandwich but it turned out FANTASTIC! The sweetness from the grapes mixed perfect with the mayo and the carrots gave it a nice crunch. Will make this over and over again! Something to definitely try if you're curious about it!
posted:
11/9/2008
I made this sandwich for lunch today. I used apples instead of grapes and I didn't have mayo (who runs out of mayo??) So, I used french onion dip. Sounds kind of gross, but it was actually pretty good. Next time I make it I will use mayo though.
posted:
3/23/2008
it is very Good
posted:
6/15/2006
It was good but it could use a little more taste. I had a fun time tryin to keep the grapes in the sandwich, heh.
posted:
5/28/2006
I like this sandwich but not with Miracle Whip. Next time I'll try mustard or Italian Dressing.
posted:
4/23/2006
I made this without the cheese and dressing, and even though it sounds sort of strange for a sandwich it is SO GOOD!
posted:
11/7/2005
I love this sandwich! Grape jelly works if you don't have real grapes.
posted:
7/1/2005
It was really good. But I used ham insead of the turkey.
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