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Turkey Sandwich

A turkey sandwich is a classic staple of American gastronomy, often using leftovers from a big Thanksgiving or Christmas meal. It's a manifestation of the simple, yet satisfying traditional American kitchen. The main ingredient is usually slices of roasted turkey, but roast turkey can be substituted with deli turkey slices for a quicker alternative. The turkey sandwich is often served on white or wheat bread, lightly toasted to give it a crispy texture. It's usually garnished with lettuce, tomato slices, onions, pickles, and a dollop of mayonnaise or mustard for extra flavor. Each ingredient can be tailored according to personal preference, making it a flexible yet delicious option for lunch or a quick snack.
#72
IN SALADS, SANDWICHES & SUSHI
206
CAL / 100G
$0.35
AVG / OZ
Turkey Sandwich
56%
CARBS
13%
FAT
31%
PROTEIN
Turkey Sandwich FAQ
What ingredients do I need to make a Turkey Sandwich?
How do I choose the right type of bread for a Turkey Sandwich?
Whats the best way to cook the turkey for the sandwich?
How can I add more flavor to my Turkey Sandwich?
What can I substitute for mayonnaise in a Turkey Sandwich?
How can I prevent my sandwich from becoming soggy?
How can I store leftover Turkey Sandwiches?
What are some tips for meal prep with Turkey Sandwiches?
Expiration & Storage Tips
When does Turkey Sandwich expire?
An unopened, prepackaged commercial turkey sandwich typically has a use-by date printed on the package. Usually, this is about 2-3 days from the purchase, but always refer to the use-by date for best safety. Once the sandwich is opened, it's best to consume it within a couple of hours if left at room temperature, if refrigerated, eat within a day. If it's a homemade turkey sandwich, consume within 3-4 days of preparation. Freezing a Turkey Sandwich is not typically done, but if you do, consume it within a month for best taste.
How do you tell if Turkey Sandwich is bad?
If a turkey sandwich is going bad, the bread will become soggy and you may start to notice a sour smell. With the turkey, it may develop a slimy or sticky texture and a strong, unpleasant smell. If you observe any signs of mold on any component of the sandwich - discard it.
Tips for storing Turkey Sandwich to extend shelf life
• Always refrigerate the sandwich if you're not going to consume it immediately. • If you're packing a sandwich for later, consider keeping the ingredients separate and assembling just before eating to avoid soggy bread. • Use a tight-sealing container to store the sandwich and keep it away from strong-smelling foods, to avoid it taking on their smell. • If stored in the fridge, avoid the coldest areas to prevent the sandwich from freezing unintentionally.
EXPIRES WITHIN
4 - 14
DAYS
Health Info
Macros
26g
CARBS
11g
FAT
23g
PROTEIN
Allowed on these diets
HIGH CALCIUM
Contains these allergens
WHEAT
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