Apricot Turkey Sandwich

Apricot Turkey Sandwich created by ForeverMama

You can make this healthier by using turkey bacon and reduced-fat cheese. This is great to use up leftover Thanksgiving turkey, but can also be maid easily with peppered deli turkey breast.

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  • In a skillet, cook the bacon over medium heat until crisp. Remove to paper towels to drain.
  • Spread 2 slices of toasted bread with 1 tbsp of apricot jam each. Top each slice with 3 oz sliced turkey, 1 piece lettuce, 2 slices bacon, 1 slice tomato, 1 slice onion, and 1 slice of cheese.
  • Spread 2 more slices of toasted bread with the dijon mustard. Place on top. Slice in half and enjoy!
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"You can make this healthier by using turkey bacon and reduced-fat cheese. This is great to use up leftover Thanksgiving turkey, but can also be maid easily with peppered deli turkey breast."
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  1. ForeverMama
    We have recently discovered that jellies and preserves go really well in sandwiches. This sandwich is ever so flavorful and was enjoyed by us as a light dinner alongside a salad. It was just as satisfying as a gourmet meal with a lot less work involved. Thank you, BreezerMom, for sharing! Made it for FYC.
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  2. Bayhill
    What's not to love about turkey, bacon, and cheese? Add in apricot jam and Dijon mustard and you have a real winner. We loved this sandwich so much!! I made this as written and it was delicious down to the last bite. This sandwich will be making an appearance regularly on our lunch menu. I can't wait to try it with homegrown tomatoes this summer. Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe...it is definitely a keeper! **Made for 2015 Football Pool**
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  3. DailyInspiration
    What a nice way to jazz up a turkey sandwich. Loved the flavor interaction with the apricot and dijon. Left off the lettuce and tomato -- just my preference. Will keep this recipe handy.
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  4. School Chef
    Great sandwich! Made with my leftover thanksgiving turkey. Made for week 12 win football pool 2013
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  5. AZPARZYCH
    I made this last week for my lunch and it was fantastic! Only change I made was to use sliced roasted chicken rather than turkey. I am not a huge turkey fan but love sliced deli chicken. I made this with the gruyere as suggested and mixed the Dijon with a little mayo. I think I will try these with leftover turkey after Thanksgiving as well to see which meat I prefer. Made for Football Pool 2013-14 Win.
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