- Italian Style Herb Turkey Breast
- Cajun Style Turkey Breast
- Maple Honey Ham
- Chipotle Season Chicken Breast
Anyways, even though we don’t eat sandwiches a lot, every now and then Forrest will suggest we make “fancy sandwiches” for lunch or dinner. This entails us going to the store and picking out some delicious bread, and all sorts of toppings to go on top. It tastes more like a gourmet meal than just a piece of meat thrown onto two pieces of bread. We recently did this, and I think I made my favorite sandwich to date — it’s something that I’ve actually really wanted to make again since…and that’s really saying something for a sandwich!Basically, this sandwich has pretty much everything in it. I just went through our refrigerator and pantry until I found the perfect combination. It has fresh veggies, creamy alfredo sauce (seriously, such a delicious addition), some Oscar Mayer Italian Style Herb Turkey Breast, and a fried egg. It sounds a little bit random, but let me tell you…it was so good. I decided to put a fried egg on top because I know that some people do that with hamburgers, and it seemed like a good idea. I feel like it really kicked this sandwich up a notch!Forrest made a sandwich for himself, too, but we both decided that mine was the best tasting. It was filling and had a lot of great flavors working together in it. Oh, and the bread we used? So good. It’s our favorite kind of bread to buy — it’s called Squaw bread, and we always buy it at Costco. It’s super hearty and delicious (and there’s no weird ingredients in it!) and perfect for a gourmet sandwich (or just a slice of toast in the morning.)And, of course, our ultimate taste tester is Jack. He almost wouldn’t let me finish this sandwich he liked it so much. Oh and here is a picture of Forrest’s fancy sandwich. It wasn’t our favorite, so we aren’t including that recipe, but I just liked how it looked:
- 2 slices of squaw bread
- 4 slices of Oscar Meyer Italian Herb Turkey Lunch Meat
- 1-2 tablespoon jarred alfredo sauce, I used roasted poblano alfredo sauce
- 1 fried egg
- 1 to mato slice
- A couple of pieces of fresh spring greens
- 2 slices of bacon
- 2 slices of red onion
- Toast bread.
- Spread alfredo sauce on both sides.
- Layer as follows -- bread, lunch meat, bacon tomato, fried egg, onion, lettuce, bread.