Turkey Sandwiches

Turkey! Turkey! Tuuuuuuurkey!

Turkey sandwiches are one of America’s favorites. And turkey – what a fantastic meat! It’s loaded with protein. It’s lean. And it has more flavor than chicken. It’s also chocked full of tryptophan.

What’s tryptophan, you might be asking? Well, it’s the amino acid largely responsible for the Thanksgiving Dinner Effect. (Along with the amino acid L-Tyrosine, also found in turkey.)

You know the effect I’m talking about – the one where all the gluttons in the family fall asleep right after dinner. 😉 I’ve been known to be guilty of that myself… (I bet you thought they were just trying to get out of doing dishes, didn’t you?)

Anyway, all joking aside, it has a real relaxing effect. It has been found to help you sleep better, elevate your mood and help regulate your appetite.

If you are feeling a little stressed, why not try a turkey on whole wheat bread sandwich? It will help you relax, and is also the perfect balance of protein and whole grains to keep your blood sugar stabilized.

Or, you may just give one a try because it’s a healthy, tasty sandwich!

Whatever your reasons, below is a wide range of recipes listed for you to try. For these recipes you may use any form of turkey that you like. I use left-over Turkey meat during the holiday season, but during the summer I use deli turkey meat. There’s even smoked turkey meat in the deli sometimes. They are all incredibly tasty. Enjoy!

Turkey Sandwiches

Tasty sandwiches created with turkey.

Sarah Dawe 25 Recipes
Intermediate Classic Club The classic club sandwich is a turkey sandwich with a BLT stacked on top of it - 2 sandwiches in 1! Read More
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Beginner Turkey Sub A turkey sub is low fat, filling, delicious, and healthy! Read More
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Beginner Turkey Tomato Panini The turkey tomato panini melt is a super delicious sandwich you can make in almost no time. Read More
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Beginner Healthy Turkey Sandwich Turkey is a great place to start for a healthy sandwich. It's low in fat and has a lot of natural flavor, especially when compared to chicken. Read More
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