8 Reviews

We tried this sandwich with Thanksgiving leftovers...it was wonderful. The Mango Chutney gives it such a different flavor than a regular turkey sandwich..the basil was good too...I was nervous that it would be a bust but my husband loved it! Thanks - do over and I emailed it out to some others too...

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wienkamp November 27, 2010

Yummy sandwich. I used my leftover Thanksgiving turkey and instead of mango chutney, I used Cranberry Chutney and left off the tomato and basil. I made these sandwiches in my panini maker so the cheese was melted and the bread was toasted. Absolutely delish!!! Made for the Everyday is a Holiday tag, November, 2011.

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DailyInspiration November 30, 2011

Yum! I ate this wonderful sandwich for lunch. It was very quick and simple to put together, I never thought that Turkey and Basil will go together but I really enjoyed all the flavours. Thank you Baby Kato for posting your recipe.

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Chef floWer October 17, 2010

Hey! I'm a Brit, we do mango chutney with everything, so this was a WINNER for me! Used some roasted turkey meat from a small turkey joint and gouda sliced cheese in place of provolone which we don't get in France. Used Sharman's Mango chutney and French boule bread, similar to Italian bread! Garnished with parsley and flavoured with dried basil as mine is not out yet! Totally fab and another great BK recette! Made for the Aussie/Kiwi recipe swap and the Magic of herbs in the Photo's forum! Merci darlink! Tartelette! :-)

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French Tart June 07, 2010

*Made for Australia/NZ Swap #40* "twas a hot and sticky afternoon after a few cool days, and Oh, Dear -- WHAT to have for dinner ! Had to go get the chutney but so glad I did -- DH said that made it Oh so much more than a grilled cheese sammie. Made according to recipe, and grilled on good old George F. -- served with roasted red pepper soup and left over potato salad. So much BK's high standards !! Thanks for posting !

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NurseJaney May 14, 2010

I made as directed, and also made another one for my son without the tomato and mango chutney. I used hot mango chutney, and I think that sweet mango chutney would be much better. I also recommend that smoked turkey be used, instead of the oven roasted. The basil added a very unique taste to the sandwich, making it totally different from any other grilled turkey sandwich I've had.

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breezermom August 02, 2009

Mmmmm! The chutney and basil turn an ordinary turkey sandwich into some thing special. Very yummy will be making aging. Thanks so much for the post.

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Debbwl July 19, 2009

I fell in love with this sandwich the first time I saw it and I wasn't wrong It's delicious. I couldn't find fresh basil at any of the stores so I had to make do with a sprinkle of dried. My cheese melted and stuck the sannie together but it didn't melt out and down the side which I was hoping for, lol. Cheese running down the side or not this is excellent, what a great combo of flavors! Yummm. Made for Photo Tag.

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Annacia June 20, 2009
A Grilled Roasted Turkey & Provolone Sandwich