What goes better with a Cranberry Cherry chutney than a roasted turkey sandwich on grilled sourdough bread? I cannot take all the credit here for this sandwich…. the bread was store bought but so delicious. Instead of using a mayonnaise or mustard, I chose to smear some chutney on the bottom of the bread. Topped with a little baby greens, tomatoes and cucumber – I didn’t even miss the cheese. The turkey was left over from an earlier roast and was sooooo good!
Sometimes the simple things in the kitchen make me smile. The freshness of this sandwich not too mention the little tang from the chutney was very tasty. Usually I get sick of sandwiches but this one is one I would prepare over and over again.
- 2 slices Sour dough bread, toasted
- 1 Tbsp. Cranberry Cherry chutney
- Roasted turkey breast, sliced
- Baby Greens
- Toast the Sour dough bread, smear the chutney on one side.
- Add the vegetable on top of the chutney and than layer with turkey.
- If you want, you can smear the other piece of bread with chutney as well.
Zesty Tip: When using baby greens on a sandwich, ensure you wash and dry the greens very well. The worst thing is to have wet lettuce and then it makes the bread soggy. Use a spinner or a towel to make sure every piece is dry.
Friday is upon us and this weekend marks a super busy weekend. I heard rumblings from the weather man/woman that we are getting sunshine both Saturday and Sunday. After my initial shock, I realized that this will make for a busy couple of days. We are cleaning out both garages and filling up our new shed. Exciting, I know. After that we will prep for all our outdoor furniture and clean all the windows in the house.
Sunday is screaming garden. We are finally planting the garden. Whoooo Hooooo. I will take some pics. Have a super weekend.