By Starrynews on November 18, 2011
Photo by flower7
Photo by flower7
"Turkey & havarti is a great combo on its own, and this is a fun twist on it for those who like some spicy heat! Thin deli-sliced turkey makes the sandwich a little more compact, but leftover turkey will be just as tasty, if a bit messier to eat. Feel free to adjust the cayenne pepper and jalapeno amounts (or deseed the jalapeno to lower the heat) to your taste. You can also use bread of your choice."
Serving Size: 1 (308 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"I missed making this during the contest even though the recipe caught my eye. I had an extra bag of cranberries in the freezer so knew this would be great place to use them. The chutney is fab. Sweet, slightly tart, spicy, chunky, it really shines here, but could be used in other applications too. I'm glad I have some leftover. The pizza crust worked surprisingly well as a bun. It was thin & crispy. The sandwich is a tad messy, but that's why we have napkins. LOL Thank you for sharing your recipe! :-)"
"This was really interesting! I used leftover Thanksgiving turkey which did make it a bit messy but also tasty! I made two minor alterations (other than the turkey) - I used half/half dark/light brown sugar in the chutney and because I had a fairly spicy jalapeno, I used just a dash of cayenne in the mayo (less than 1/8 tsp). The spice level for the whole sandwich as I made it was perfect for my taste. I also baked the plain crust a few minutes longer to get it a little browner. I really liked the idea of a pizza crust used as bread for a sandwich. Thanks for sharing and good luck in the contest!"