Making a turkey sandwich, which condiments should I use?
Cream cheese needs to be in there somewhere.
Please keep the mustard far, far, far away from my turkey sandwich. Mustard is gross!!
Mayo, mustard, onions, pickles and lettuce
ANYTHING other than mayo
well… not ketchup, either on a turkey sandwich, but I’d prefer that to mayo…
Would cranberry sauce count?
Mayo and leftover cranberry sauce or relish!
Reporting you to The Hague for crimes against humanity.
I had lots of cold, dry, leftover turkey sandwiches. I just say, “No.” I rather put the turkey in a blender and add salsa and cheese.
Gulden brown mustard, bacon and swiss.
Absolutely no mayo or ketchup
A little less extreme than the blender is throwing the turkey in with some eggs and veggies for an omelet.
If in a hurry simple - at least mayo, a little onion, a dash of salt and black pepper
But this is not much harder and worth it from McCormick - one of the master houses of seasoning:
2 tablespoons mayonnaise
1 teaspoon lemon juice
1/2 teaspoon McCormick® Rubbed Sage
16 dinner rolls
1 pound sliced roast turkey
1 cup prepared stuffing
1/2 cup whole berry cranberry sauce
1 cup baby spinach leaves
If not Jewish or Muslim and you have it handy, a slice of smoked ham.
Smear a little cranberry sauce on the bread. Just enough to add flavor rather than overpower the rest of the sandwich.
A little goes a long way in a sandwich. Especially with a hearty, crusty bread that’s dense and chewy and flavorful along with a smooth, natural cheese, not store bought slices.
Turkey club is great: mayo, lettuce, bacon avocado
For leftover holiday turkey sandwiches, I prefer just a generous amount of butter on toasted bread with the turkey torn apart similarly to pulled pork.
Mayo and cranberry sauce.