Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Classic Turkey Club Sandwich with Cajun Mayonnaise

A classic turkey club sandwich with deli turkey, crisp bacon, garden fresh tomatoes, romaine lettuce and finished with a spicy Cajun mayonnaise.

Classic Turkey Club Sandwich

Recently we were having a discussion on the Facebook page about what to eat when it's too hot to cook and two of the most popular responses were tomato sandwiches and BLTs - both of which I love. I couldn't help but think of an old fashioned club sandwich though, so the next time I cooked some bacon, you know I planned a few extra slices to have ready for one! Sliced turkey breast, crisp bacon, garden fresh tomatoes and lettuce, sandwiched between lightly toasted bread with a bit of mayo - what a great summer sandwich! Be sure to sprinkle just a bit of salt and pepper on those tomatoes too to really bring out their garden fresh flavor.

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This is really another one of those non-recipe recipes, I've suggested a Cajun Mayonnaise just in case ya might like to kick it up a bit.  Hopefully, like the Classic Patty Melt, this will serve as a reminder that you probably haven't had one of these in awhile, and ... that you should remedy that! Enjoy.

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Recipe: Classic Turkey Club Sandwich

©From the Kitchen of Deep South Dish
Prep/Cook time: 15 min Yield: 1 Sandwich

Per Sandwich:

Ingredients
  • 3 slices of wheat or white bread, toasted
  • Regular or Cajun mayonnaise
  • 2 to 3 slices of turkey breast meat
  • 2 slices of crisp cooked bacon
  • Sliced fresh tomatoes
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • Shredded Lettuce
Instructions

Spread a thin layer of mayonnaise on one side of two slices of the bread. Add the turkey breast to one slice and top with the other slice, mayonnaise side down. To the top of the bread, add more mayonnaise, and top with the bacon, then the tomato and last, the lettuce. Spread a light layer of mayonnaise on the last slice of toasted bread. Push toothpicks all the way through into each quarter section of the sandwich and cut into quarters.

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17 comments:

  1. We love club sandwiches when it's so hot outside. I can't wait to try this cajun mayo out! I never would have thought to come up with it and it sounds SO good!!!

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  2. That's a fine looking sandwich and a great shot of it. I can't remember the last one I had, but really like them. Until I became a blogger, I never considered kicking up the mayo. I need to branch out and do as you did or try some aioli.

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  3. Your photography is spectacular!! and that looks wonderful,

    anne
    www.anniebakes.net

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  4. I am so hungry right now...that sandwich looks fabulous!

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  5. I haven't thought of a turkey club sandwich in ages-why not I don't know cuz I love them. So thanks Mary for this post and that incredible photo! I know what I'm making tonight!

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  6. that looks scrumptious...love to have now..

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  7. What a wonderful sounding and Looking sandwich. Your photography is always amazing.

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  8. I. am. making. this. tomorrow! It looks fantastic! YUM! I only have ham, so it will be a turkey club sandwich. YUM! That photo is killing me!

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  9. Great looking sandwich and I love that Cajun mayo:)

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  10. You are right we do eat a lot of tomato sandwiches and club sandwiches, funny really thought about it until reading your blog. Love the cajun mayonnaise recipe this will really spice it up.

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  11. I'd love at least half of that sandwich (and the other half to save) and a large, cold glass of sweetened iced tea please. Deliciousness!

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  12. MMMMM. That looks yummy! I am going to be craving this now.

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  13. This is a great idea, Mary. Your Creole mayonnaise sounds delicious. I hope the day treats you well. Blessings...Mary

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  14. OMG This sandwchich look afantastic and delicious! gloria

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  15. I'm a fairly new visitor to your site and made this for dinner last night. What a hit! The sandwich was delicious but what really made it special was the mayonnaise. Gave the sandwich a little something extra. We loved it and will definitely have this again. Thanks so much! - Tanya

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  16. Thanks everybody for your sweet comments! It really is a great sandwich and the mayo just sort of brings it to another yummy level. Enjoy!!

    Tanya, so glad y'all enjoyed it! Thanks so much for taking the time to come back and leave a comment about it.

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  17. Made this tonight for dinner along with some Sea Salt Kettle chips and they were DE-LISH!!! Totally reminded me of a deli club with some bite. I made extra of the cajun mayo for other sandwiches. If ya like club sandwiches, ya gotta make this one.

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