Sometimes you need a quick, easy and satisfying meal option for dinner like a Carved Turkey Sandwich. My family loves sandwiches and this meal works well for us with our busy schedule. My kids are both competitive swimmers with different swim practice schedules. Due to this, we find we are rarely all home at the same time to eat together. Sandwiches such as this one allow us to feed each family member based on their time schedule and can heat the bread and put on condiments to meet each family members taste. I hope this can find a place in your busy meal rotation as well. Enjoy!
Be Our Guest Carved Turkey Sandwich Recipe
- 1 baguette sliced long way and toasted
- 4 oz carved turkey or deli turkey slices
- 1 tbsp Dijon style mustard
- ½ cup arugula
- ½ cup mayonnaise
- Mix Dijon mustard and mayonnaise together to make a Dijonnaise sauce.
- Split each baguette into at least two sandwich rolls. Split lengthwise. Warm / toast the baguette.
- Spread Dijonnaise sauce on baguette. Layer turkey and arugula onto sandwich and serve.
Inspired by Be Our Guest Restaurant in Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom
You can order your carved turkey at your local deli or supermarket deli counter. Ask them to carve it a bit thicker than you would normally for sandwiches. This gives the sandwich a nice rustic feel and makes it more filling.
You can make your own homemade baguette or get a fresh one at the market, making this a super quick meal. You could even grab the ingredients on your way home from work and still pull this together without it getting too late for dinner.
Top your sandwich with homemade Dijon mayonnaise which is super easy to whip up by combining Dijon mustard with your favorite mayo. Add some arugula for color and flavor and you will have a fantastic and super simple dinner or lunch ready to go.
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