Deli Counter Turkey Sandwich

This week has been a real whirlwind.  Or a real ‘whirl of wind’ in the words of my favorite TV character Liz Lemon.  The phrase ‘March comes in like a lion‘ could not have been more appropriate for what Southwestern Michigan went through.  Tornadoes and then snow in a 24 hours period.  I’ve lived here my whole life and tornadoes are so rare we’ve maybe had 3 that I can remember in my 40 yrs.  Thankfully there were no injuries and cleanup is under way.  Hopefully Mother Nature got this out of her system and we can continue to the ‘lamb’ portion of this season cycle.

Deli Counter Turkey Sandwich | Bottom Left of the Mitten

Tonight for for Mitten Movie Night  I personally am drinking some Bliss Wheat from Arbor Brewing Company.  Hubby picked this 6 pack up a few weeks ago from a great store in St. Joseph, MI called The Liquor Cabinet.  When looking to get lost in rows and rows of craft beer I suggest you go and take a visit if your in the area.  For entertainment we are watching ‘Ouija: Origin of Evil‘.  I was on the fence about seeing this in theaters choosing to wait for DVD.  If you are looking to hit theaters might I suggest checking out ‘Fist Fight‘, that movie was AWESOME!  Now on to the food!

Deli Counter Turkey Sandwich | Bottom Left of the Mitten

I call this the ‘deli counter’ sandwich since I get most of the ingredients from saying ‘Can I have a 1/4 pound of this..’ at the deli counter because like the beer being mine I am just making this sandwich for myself.  Mine, mine, mine!  The fellas in my house don’t have the affinity I do for a good sandwich.  No worries, more for me.

Deli Counter Turkey Sandwich | Bottom Left of the Mitten

This amount made for a big sandwich with lots of flavor. If your making one sandwich (like me) get 1/4 sliced turkey then order the smallest bowl of coleslaw (around 1/4 pound).  The deli at my local store has homemade rolls that are amazing so I hope you do too, grab one!  I use them to make my Portobello Mushroom Burger.  Right by the counter you can get small bricks of cheese, so pick one of those up too.  I used Hickory Farms Creamy Swiss Blend.

I was lucky enough to have the dressing so that was taken care of.  Take a baking sheet then cut the bun in half, apply butter and place face down.  Put 1/4 turkey on sheet with the bun then add shredded cheese on top.  Bake at 350 degrees for 10 minutes.  After all done assemble bun, turkey with the melted cheese, coleslaw and drizzle with dressing.  And here you are…..

Deli Counter Turkey Sandwich | Bottom Left of the Mitten

From our home in the Bottom Left of the Mitten to yours ~ Enjoy!

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Deli Counter Turkey Sandwich
Crispy bun with warm turkey and melted Swiss cheese. Topped with crunchy coleslaw then drizzled with sweet Catalina dressing. The perfect 'one person' sandwich.
Deli Counter Turkey Sandwich | Bottom Left of the Mitten
Course Main Dish
Cuisine Sandwich
Servings
sandwich
Ingredients
Course Main Dish
Cuisine Sandwich
Servings
sandwich
Ingredients
Deli Counter Turkey Sandwich | Bottom Left of the Mitten
Instructions
  1. Take a baking sheet then cut the bun in half, apply butter and place face down. Put 1/4 turkey on sheet with the bun then add shredded cheese on top.
  2. Bake at 350 degrees for 10 minutes.
  3. After all done assemble bun, turkey with the melted cheese, coleslaw and drizzle with dressing. Enjoy!
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    Celeste
    March 6, 2017

    Thanks for sharing this great insight with me. A lot of yummy food here!

    Warmly,
    Celeste | ohhelloceleste.com

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      Erin@BottomLeftoftheMitten
      March 11, 2017

      Thanks so much Celeste!

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    neha
    March 7, 2017

    I am a vegetarian so I will not be able to try this recipe. Although I love your presentation and the way you have provided option to customize it to different servings

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      Erin@BottomLeftoftheMitten
      March 11, 2017

      I appreciate it Neha :’)

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    Zen Jen
    March 7, 2017

    I shouldn’t be reading food posts at this time of night. Wow I am hungry.

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      Erin@BottomLeftoftheMitten
      March 11, 2017

      It always seems I find myself on Pinterest when I’m at my most hungry too Lol. Thank you!!

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      Erin@BottomLeftoftheMitten
      March 11, 2017

      Thanks, hope you enjoy!

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    Andrea Broom
    March 7, 2017

    This sammy looks amazing! Like hit me against the head amazing.

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      Erin@BottomLeftoftheMitten
      March 11, 2017

      Lol, thank you Andrea!

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      Erin@BottomLeftoftheMitten
      March 11, 2017

      Thanks a bunch, it really is easy and delicious.

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      Erin@BottomLeftoftheMitten
      March 11, 2017

      Thank you Anna!

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    Emma
    March 7, 2017

    That looks like one stuffed sandwich! A proper sized one – enjoy it all to yourself – more fool the boys for not wanting some!

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      Erin@BottomLeftoftheMitten
      March 11, 2017

      Yes perfect for on Emma. Thank you!

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      Erin@BottomLeftoftheMitten
      March 11, 2017

      I would eat coleslaw on all sandwiches if I could. So good! Thank you for stopping by.

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    Elaine @ Dishes Delish
    March 8, 2017

    Catalina dressing. I haven’t thought about that dressing for a long time. I love turkey sandwiches and this one looks super delicious!

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      Erin@BottomLeftoftheMitten
      March 11, 2017

      It is a forgotten dressing Elaine, your right :’) Great on sandwiches. I have a friend who uses it as steak sauce…not sure about that thought lol. Thank you!

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      Erin@BottomLeftoftheMitten
      March 11, 2017

      Agreed Dominique! Thank you.

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