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The quintessential turkey club sandwich. We liked this very well. As a matter of personal preference, I used regular mayo and multi-grain bread.

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threeovens April 15, 2010

left out the honey mustard but otherwise YUM!

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bunnytracks November 25, 2007

This was really good for that leftover turkey! I used organic whole wheat bread, fat free miracle whip, turkey bacon & left out the tomato. I didn't use as much miracle whip & mustard as directed to lower some calories, and used reduced fat shredded mozzarella cheese. Toasting is a must! Will make this with chicken next time :-)

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LUVMY2BOYS November 24, 2007

I followed the recipe using sourdough bread and the toasting is a must. My son added in a slice of pepper jack cheese to his sandwich also, and said it was fantastic. This was a really good sandwich served with a simple pasta tomato soup. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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Dreamgoddess December 01, 2005

I agree with Clifford, toast the bread. Made this for Dh and he said it was one outstanding sandwich. I did my best to keep the fat to a minimum without destroying the flavor. Apparently it worked.

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sugarpea September 18, 2005

Thanks for the smile of satisfaction from my DH! Great way to use up extra turkey Thank You Sara Weyland-

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lets.eat September 17, 2005

I used sourdough, made it double decker, and added avocado. Try toasting the bread too. Terrificalness!

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Clifford Boren December 27, 2001
Turkey Club