Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Turkey Havarti Hot Sandwich

Another weekend has gone by and another great sandwich was made.

Being that last week was Thanksgiving and there was left over turkey to be eaten I decided to make a hot sandwich.  I like hot sandwiches more than cold ones.  Not sure why, but I do.  Do you?

This is a quick put together sandwich that you can use deli meat or leftovers.  It would work well with chicken or turkey.  Both are neutral enough.  The special additions are some deli mustard.  You know the grainy type, as well as Havarti cheese. Choose any special deli mustard you like, brown, whole grain, they all work, but get some with a little zip.  The cheese?  It's a nice mild cheese that lends a burst of flavor.

That's all there is to it.  Add your favorite toppings such as lettuce, tomato...oh and don't forget to broil it open faced to melt the cheese.  We love cheesy gooeyness!


Turkey Havarti Hot Sandwich

serves 1

1 French roll
1 1/2 T of deli mustard
2-3 slices of fresh or deli turkey
1 slice of Havarti cheese
toppings:  lettuce, tomato (optional)

Set the oven to broil and allow to preheat.  Split the French roll in half.  Place roll on a cookie sheet cut side up and broil for about 1 minute or until brown and toasted.  Remove from oven.

Spread each half with deli mustard.  Top bottom half of roll with turkey.  Layer on cheese.  Place back in oven and broil until cheese is melted.  About 30 seconds to 1 minute.  Remove from oven.  Top with any optional toppings, and the top half of the roll.  Serve.

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