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Excellent! I used a prepackaged Bernaise sauce because it was fat free.

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Clifford Boren March 30, 2002

This is a great recipe, a restaurant I worked at used this except the filling was shrimp, crabmeat green onion and tomato with the cheese more of a meat salad type filling. A very big seller at our lunch service and my favorite payday lunch. This is very good the only thing missing is maybe an egg. Thank you for the remembrance

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skarimom from Idaho November 01, 2008

I had a few problems with this recipe unfortunately. First, I'm not sure how much hollandaise sauce should have been used, my recipe made a cup and it definitely wasn't enough. The hollandaise broke down under the heat and the grease between the sauce and the bacon changed the texture of the bread so it was 'gritty' - the best word I can think of to describe it. I think I would have enjoyed the recipe more using left over gravy instead of hollandaise -I really liked the combination of cheese, bacon and turkey. As well it was easy to put together, once the hollandaise was made. I'm curious as to how much hollandaise you used in the recipe, a listed amount would be helpful, as I'm thinking maybe that would have made a difference as well.

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Minxkat1 January 08, 2004
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