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Hearty Turkey Sandwich

Hearty Turkey Sandwich recipe
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Let's talk turkey. Specifically, how good it is in this hearty sandwich—piled high in a round bread loaf shell with cheese and golden-brown onion rings.
time
prep:
5 min
total:
45 min
servings
total:
4 servings, 1 sandwich wedge each
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posted:
2/13/2010
The original recipe pictured used pumpernickel bread instead of white. Very good with the pumpernickel.
posted:
2/18/2009
This was a great fast evening meal for my husband and I - I would make it again witha few tweaks (different condiments or veggies) to meet our tastes, but over all - very good recipe!
posted:
10/16/2007
I have made this a number of times and it is excellent. Make sure that everything gets heated through or else it is cold in the middle. very good sandwich with soup
posted:
6/11/2007
I have made this sandwich several times and my family just loves it. It tastes super on a cold night with a hot bowl of homemade tomato soup!
posted:
1/2/2007
we leave out the mustard but LOVE this sandwich
posted:
2/3/2006
This was very quick and easy to make. My family family enjoyed it and asked to make it again sometime.
posted:
1/25/2006
Very Good! My whole family loved it. This is good for feeding a crowd, or just the family.
posted:
1/18/2006
Great sandwich. Have given the recipe to many friends. Would be good with ham also. I used rye bread and it was difficult to cut, probably should have used electric knife.
posted:
1/17/2006
We absolutely loved this sandwich. Unbelievably, one quarter (which looks way too small to fill anyone up) actually fills you up, even my husband! I think next time I'll try using a softer bread (we used an italian loaf) as it was a bit crunchy and we'll use sweet onions as well. Overall, a fabulous recipe though!
posted:
1/9/2006
I made this recipe for us for lunch. I made it the night before and wrapped it in the foil and put it in the ref. I cooked it at the office. We all loved it. I did add some minced garlic to my onions while cooking them.
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