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Old 04-28-2010, 07:07 PM   #1
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Hot Turkey Sandwiches TNT

This is a good sandwich when it's not Thanksgiving and ou really want a hot sandwich.Preheat oven to325 Take 8 slices of sourdough French bread and layer it in a buttered shallow baking dish. Layer them with sliced thin onion rings,about 1 lb. of sliced turkey breast, I cook a breast the day before. You need enough to cover the 8 slices of toast. sprinkle with salt and pepper Add slices of tomato, about 3-4 tomatos sliced and 8 Monterey Jack cheese slices. Bake 10 min.
In saucepan melt 4 Tab. of butter add 1/4 c.a/p flour, Slowly add 3 c. milk stirring til thick and smooth.Now stir in 2 c.grated Gruyere cheese til melted, add salt, white pepper and 1/8 tea. paprika. Spread sauce over each sandwich. Bake for 10 min til sauce is hot and bubbly and golden
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Old 04-28-2010, 08:27 PM   #2
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That sounds like a hot brown Kades...
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Oh Yum! You've done it again kades!
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put a turkey breast on my shoppng list
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That sounds like a hot brown Kades...
What is a hot brown Mimi? I love to trade and try new ideas.
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Oh Yum! You've done it again kades!
Thank you
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put a turkey breast on my shoppng list
Hi Babe,
I love turkey but a full on is just to much so I get a small breast or half breast and then I can have just enough to satisfy myself for several days.
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What is a hot brown Mimi? I love to trade and try new ideas.
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It's a very popular sandwich from Kentucky made with roast turkey, tomato, bacon on white bread with a cream sauce... I saw it on Throwdown with my Bobby...

So it's pretty much the same cept for your cheese sounds much more yummy than a plain ole whitesauce...
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It's a very popular sandwich from Kentucky made with roast turkey, tomato, bacon on white bread with a cream sauce... I saw it on Throwdown with my Bobby...

So it's pretty much the same cept for your cheese sounds much more yummy than a plain ole whitesauce...
Thanks Mimi, have to admit I love the cheese
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I love turkey but a full on is just to much so I get a small breast or half breast and then I can have just enough to satisfy myself for several days.
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sounds good to me, i would just like to have a few sandwiches. hope not to salty. all the packaged stuff is.
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