Friday, May 29, 2015

Turkey Sandwich with BBQ Dip

I love condiments! 

In the book The Help there's a part where grits are being described and they are described as a vehicle for whatever it is you'd rather be eating. That's me with condiments. I look for ways to have condiments. 

What can I have with mustard? 

What could I have with this dressing? 


How could I use fry sauce with this? 

Could I eat terriyaki sauce on that? 

You really should try honey with fried chicken.

How many ways can I use BBQ sauce? 

sandwich dip


And BBQ sauce is my all-time favorite condiment. I've been known to eat it on sandwiches, corn, with fries, and then all the usual stuff. I live for ways to enjoy BBQ sauce. 

While many of you probably wouldn't love BBQ sauce on your corn (but you never know), you are sure to love this warm BBQ sandwich dip. 

A sandwich person I am not, but I love a warm, toasted sandwich, dunked in this sticky goodness. It's an easy and delicious meal. Try it!

Recipe

For the sandwich:

Sandwich bread--you'll want the good stuff

Cheese (we use provolone usually)

Deli Sliced Turkey-again, you'll want the good stuff

Butter--optional

Sandwich toppings of choice--onions, lettuce, tomatoes, etc.

For the sauce:

1 Cup Favorite BBQ Sauce--this changes for us regularly

1 Cup Brown Sugar

1 Cup Water

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Directions:
Mix BBQ sauce, brown sugar, and water in a saucepan and slowly warm on stove

As sauce warms, through your deli slices into the pot and heat them there 

While sauce/lunch meat  is warming-turn your oven onto broil. 

Line a cookie sheet with your bread facing up (add butter if you'd like) and a slice of cheese. 

Set in oven for 3-5 minutes, until bread is crispy and cheese is melted

Remove from oven and add deli slices to each sandwich. Top sandwiches with toppings, and the other slice of bread.

Pour sauce into ramekins

Dip your sandwich, eat, repeat. And enjoy! 

What is your favorite condiment?

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