This is a really great take on the turkey sandwich. I actually made a loaf of honey wheat bread, Bread Machine Buttermilk and Honey Wheat Bread to serve it on and it was perfect. I am not a sprouts fan so I used baby lettuces and cranberry chutney.
OMG awesome sandwich! It takes more like 30 minutes to put together versus the 5 minutes "warning" once you get out the food processor and gather and chop the ingredients. Still, made as directed and really love this sandwich! The best flavors for turkey sandwich that I've ever had! Thanks, Sharon123. Made for Best of 2011 tag game as recommended by weekend cooker.
Made for lunch today, enjoyed this quick sandwich. Made as posted though I used less sprouts than called for. Great combo of ingredients, and very tasty. Made for PRMR tag..
very good! But I did leave off the cranberry sauce (not a big fan), and made as a wrap. This ia a very tweakable recipe!!
This makes a nice sandwich. I would've liked a little less onion and a little more cranberry sauce, but it's still a great combination. Thanks for posting!
Very tasty! Great way to use up leftovers. Thanks Sharon!
Had this for snack tonight. very flavorful. we enjoyed this one, but next time without the sprouts.
Yummy! Don't wait to Christmas leftovers to make this recipe. This was very quick to put together and the flavours all mixed well together, I think you could also use cooked chicken with this recipe if you don't have turkey on hand. I also cut the turkey into small pieces by hand instead of using the food processor - to minimise my washing up. I served it on one slice per sandwich and half rolled them to present differently on the plate. Everyone really enjoyed them, thank you Sharon123
Yummy! Great combination and so easy. A nice change from the typical day after Thanksgiving sandwich. I chopped the ingredients rather than having to clean the food processor, which was just day after Thanksgiving laziness. Thanks for sharing your recipe!
I made the recipe as written, only I cut the turkey into small pieces by hand instead of using the food processor. What a lovely blend of flavors!