14 Reviews

This sandwich is fabulous. wonderful blend of flavors. I loved it. Did not cahnge a thing

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MEAN CHEF March 21, 2003

Five stars doesn't begin to do it justice. This is one of the best combinations of flavors and textures I've had in a very long time, but it may be because I love all of the ingredients on this sandwich. First of all - I followed the recipe to the letter. I had a few qualms about the pepperoni - pepperoni? I thought it had to be a misprint. But - knowing LLBunny as I do, I was more than willing to trust and went ahead and added the pepperoni. Now I understand why it is there. It adds a wonderful touch of flavor I can't quite describe, but let's just say if it wasn't there the sandwich would be missing something. The herbed/jazzed up mayo is wonderful - I can see using this on any turkey sandwich. This sandwich was rich, refreshing, satisfying, FANTASTIC. I absolutely love it, and I absolutely will be making it WITHOUT CHANGES again in the future. I can't imagine anything that would make this sandwich better. Thank you, THANK YOU, LLB! Perfect combination!

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P4 May 14, 2003

I haven't made these, so wont rate until later, but wanted to address your brown avocado. if you mush it up with a little lemmon juice rather than slice, it should not brown. just a thought

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PrincessPage June 26, 2009

Used these for a VERY special picnic on Sunday - made them with the tortilla wraps because I'm watching the carbs and really loved them! Had a minor problem because I live in Hicksville and could not buy, beg, borrow or steal and Brie. Ended up having to make them with somewhat plebian provolone, but they were still really WONDERFUL. Thanks for the great recipe!

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Pat Riddle August 19, 2003

These sandwiches were fantastic. I didn't have brie however because my small supermarket didn't sell it...sad. Had to use swiss but it was still wonderful. The mayo spread was the best. Fiancee loved them, and I can't wait to try them again with the brie.

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Heathernes February 28, 2009

This was so good- I toasted the bread though. Great recipe- will add to dinner rotation.

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Sarah Rachele January 26, 2009

We loved these. Didn't have fresh cilantro or oregano so used dried versions instead. But it still tasted delicious. The richness of the brie with the smoked turkey is such a delightful combination.

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Cookworm November 05, 2007

I made this for my sisters and friends for a Concert in the Park picnic. I doubled the mayo recipe and towards the end of making the sandwiches, I started to run out of the mixture, so I added more mayo. I didn't actually get to taste of one of the sandwiches with the mayo (completely ran out for mine), but everyone was raving about them. My younger sister, who rarely eats more than a child (she's 28 :) ), devoured her sandwich. I served the sandwiches with Black Bean and Corn Salad ( Dip ) and gourmet potato chips.

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Leilani July 27, 2007

YUMM-OH! Great recipe and SUPER to packed lunches. I used tortilla wrap and chilled well. THANKS!

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Pellerin June 02, 2006

Very delicious and gourmet; we couldn't get avocado; we don't live in hicksville (know where you are)but over here avocados only come in on the boat every other month it seems. Next time will do it with all the ingred. DH loved it; I substituted some proscuitto, and we had pumpkin soup with it. Thanx

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mewmew November 16, 2004
Smoked Turkey, Avocado & Brie Sandwiches