What’s better than sliced bread? Sliced bread with garlic, butter, and herbs, toasted to a golden brown of course. Unfortunately, the Pepperidge Farm Texas Toast box already made that statement clearly on the back of their packaging, and so I had to come up with something better. So what is better than sliced bread with garlic butter and herbs on it? An entire sandwich made with the buttery herby bread goodness! What’s even better than that? You can use your leftover turkey from Thanksgiving to make this AMAZING sandwich!!!
Turkey & Garlic Bread Sandwiches with Caesar Spread
· 1 package frozen Texas toast (8 slices)
· Leftover turkey from thanksgiving or fresh deli turkey
· ¼ cup mayonnaise
· ¼ cup grated parmesan cheese
· 1 tablespoon lemon juice
· 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
· 1 clove garlic crushed
· Lettuce and tomato
Obviously, I used the Pepperidge Farm Texas Toast (aaaah…yumm!) for my sandwiches. Bake the bread according to package directions. I actually baked them a tad bit longer to make them crispier.
While the bread is baking mix the mayo, parmesan, lemon juice, Dijon mustard, and garlic for your Caesar spread. This might be a great time to teach your kids the snobby Grey Poupon commercial. They will roll their eyes at first, but ever so gradually they will catch on to the humor of it.
After the bread is cooled, put together your sandwiches. Spread each slice with the Caesar mixture, then add the turkey, tomato, and lettuce.
These sandwiches turned out awesome! You know when you start to debate with yourself… “I think we should throw out some of these leftovers….” and you know you should make turkey stock or soup or whatever and you just want to puke thinking of turkey? Well, you need to make these. They are the same sandwiches you would eat inside the Grey Poupon limousine. Enjoy!
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