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The Wedge Sandwich - Turkey, Roast Beef, Coleslaw

Sort of a cold version of a reuben. Meats, cheese and coleslaw combine to make a serious sandwich worthy of any lunch time meal, football party or late night snack. I serve these with fries or onion rings for dinner. Or a half of one with a cup of soup or a salad.

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15mins
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ingredients

  • 1 lb thinly sliced deli roasted turkey
  • 1 lb thinly sliced deli roast beef
  • 1 lb swiss cheese
  • 1 12 lbs Coleslaw
  • 34 cup Russian salad dressing
  • 1 loaf jewish rye bread
  • 1 sliced pickle (optional)

directions

  • To assemble, lay half of your bread slices flat on a tray.
  • Start by spreading 1T of Russian dressing on each slice of bread.
  • Add Turkey and Roast beef. (approx 4 slices of each depending on how thinly it was cut. I like mine super thin).
  • Spread about 1-2T of coleslaw on top of the meat.
  • Add another 1T of Russian Dressing.
  • Top with sliced pickle and the second piece of bread.
  • My husband hates pickles, so we serve them on the side . ;).
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"Sort of a cold version of a reuben. Meats, cheese and coleslaw combine to make a serious sandwich worthy of any lunch time meal, football party or late night snack. I serve these with fries or onion rings for dinner. Or a half of one with a cup of soup or a salad."
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  1. The Miserable Gourm
    Sort of a cold version of a reuben. Meats, cheese and coleslaw combine to make a serious sandwich worthy of any lunch time meal, football party or late night snack. I serve these with fries or onion rings for dinner. Or a half of one with a cup of soup or a salad.
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