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What a way to jazz up leftovers! I really liked the alfalfa sprouts (I believe it's the same as what we call cress) as they gave a nice texture alongside the creamy cheese. Thanks breezermom!

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Shuzbud December 10, 2009

Yummy! I omitted the cheese and cut the turkey amount down in hopes of lowering the calorie count. I used a double fiber bread. I was surprised that the mustard worked in this sandwich. Thanks for posting. :)

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teresas November 30, 2009

Thoroughly enjoyed this sandwich. Adding provolone and alfalfa sprouts brings a whole new dimension to the traditional turkey and cranberry sandwich. Thanks so much for the post.

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Debbwl August 12, 2009

5 Stars, this is a tasty he-man sandwich with good contrast of tastes and textures. I have a hearty appetite, but half a sandwich would have been plenty for me. I like the order of the ingredients: the turkey needs the mustard to counteract its blandness, while the provolone can hold its own next to mayonnaise. I prefer whole cranberry sauce or relish to jellied cranberry sauce. A quarter-pound of sliced turkey is twice as much as one serving, so I would cut back on that, as well as the cranberry jelly. I used Roman Meal's Honey Wheatberry Bread, which went well with this. Thank you for posting, breezermom! Made for Susiecat too's "Fall Flavors" party in Potluck Tag.

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KateL October 30, 2008

You forgot to add some gravy and nuke it for 2 minutes... yumbo!

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Karen's Krazy Kitchen October 13, 2008
Turkey and Cranberry Sandwich