Dilly Turkey Melt
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 25 min.
I used left over turkey breast, sliced as thin as I could get it. I grilled the sandwiches on a panini press but otherwise made as directed. Results were tasty and filling.
I made these for our family of three adults and everyone loved them. I made two changes just based on our personal tastes. I used Swiss cheese instead of the Monterey Jack called for and I grilled them in my panini press instead of on the stove top. Its a terrific combination of flavors!
Right amount of meatiness and crunch.
This melt is delicious! I can not believe I found this recipie online, it was in a TOH book i had years ago. I would highly recomment the dilly turkey melt!
This sandwich was so good that it's a regular at my house. It's hearty enough for dinner too!
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