Griddle-Toasted Turkey & Swiss

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Griddle-Toasted Turkey & Swiss Griddle-Toasted Turkey & Swiss: A Deliciously Warm and Savory Pan-Toasted Sandwich

Looking to mix up the flavors? For a little more tang and heat, try substituting the Swiss cheese for pepper-jack, and the sourdough bread for a pretzel roll.

• 1 thick-sliced turkey breast
• 2 slices of Swiss cheese
• 2 slices of toasted sourdough bread
• 1 tablespoon of butter
• Salt and pepper to taste

1. Heat a griddle pan over medium-high heat.
2. Generously season the turkey breast with salt and pepper.
3. Add the butter to the griddle pan and place the turkey on top. Cook for about 3 minutes per side, flipping once, until the turkey is golden-brown and cooked through.
4. Place the two slices of cheese on top of the cooked turkey and let them melt.
5. Toast the sourdough bread on the griddle pan until golden and crisp.
6. Assemble the sandwich: layer the melted cheese, the cooked turkey, the second slice of cheese, and the toasted sourdough bread.
7. Serve the sandwich hot and enjoy!

Hack: For an easy and quick preparation, use a pre-cooked and thinly-sliced turkey breast instead of the thick-slice turkey.

• For a twist, try adding some chipotle mayo on either layer of cheese for an extra flavor punch.
• The sandwich is excellent when served with a side of roasted potatoes or some crispy french fries.
• Grated apples mixed with mayo and a little bit of honey make for a delicious sandwich spread.
• If you are making this meal for a large crowd of people, you can save time by pre-cooking the turkey breasts and cheese slices in advance, and simply assembling the sandwiches just before serving.

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