Monday, January 7, 2013

Pesto Turkey Sandwiches


Wow, sorry for the blogging hiatus!  It was unintended, but I had lots of fun spending time with family and friends lately!

I love pesto so so much.  I throw it in dishes all the time, and I love spreading it on sandwiches.  This turkey sandwich is different from other turkey sandwiches in that the turkey is cubed instead of sliced sandwich meat.  Which makes leftovers super tasty (seriously, I used mine on pizza last night!).  This sandwich recipe is also easily adapted to a make a wrap instead of a sandwich.


The ease in which this came together was also fantastic.  While this could be an everyday meal, it works great if you have leftover turkey after a big meal.  A unique turkey sandwich for post-Thanksgiving eating!  

PESTO TURKEY SANDWICHES
  • 2 cups diced turkey
  • 1/2 cup pesto
  • 1/4 cup greek yogurt (or sour cream)
  • salt and pepper, to taste
  • hard rolls
  • spinach
  • sliced tomatoes
  • sliced mozzarella (the fresher, the better)

In a bowl combine the turkey, pesto, yogurt (or sour cream), salt and pepper.  Mix until combined.  Spread the mixture on top of sliced rolls and heat up to melt the cheese (microwave or broil in the oven).  Top with tomatoes and spinach.  

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  2. I love this twist on turkey sandwich, I am still using up bargain turkeys from Thanksgiving sales
    Thanks for an appetizing change for turkey sandwiches. I love pesto too!

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