A different kind of turkey sandwich
07/19/06 04:31 AM
Well, I couldn't remember if I'd posted this recipe idea yet, but when I did a search for it, nothing came up. I don't even know what to call it, but I adapted it from a sandwich restaurant I used to order from a long time ago called Sacks (if I am remembering how to spell their name correctly, it's been a long time).
Ingredients: 2 slices of sourdough bread 1-2 Tbsp Tofutti Better Than Cream Cheese 2 tsp jellied cranberry sauce 4 slices of oven-roasted turkey from your grocer's deli 4-6 slices of red onion 2-4 hamburger-style pickles
Directions: Spread desired amount of Tofutti on each slice of sourdough bread.
Place turkey slices on one slice of bread.
Spread desired amount of jellied cranberry sauce over the turkey.
Layer on top a few slices of red onion and hamburger-style pickle slices, and place the other slice of bread on top.
Cut sandwich in half, if desired.
(You can use regular, fat-free, or low-fat cream cheese instead of the Tofutti if your tummy can handle it.)