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Sunday, August 24, 2008

turkey, blue cheese and caramelized onion sandwiches

turkey blue cheese caramelized onion sandwich

I found this recipe in the september issue of bon appetit, and decided it would be a lovely way to shake up the weekday turkey sandwich routine. (Havarti with dill and roland extra strong is my "usual" - still lovely no matter how many hundreds I've had by now...) The original recipe calls for arugula mayo - a mix of 1 cup chopped arugula with 3/4 cup mayo - but I skipped it to save time, and just used regular mayo and plenty of fresh arugula in the sandwich.

Grocery list: bread, turkey, a couple of red onions, arugula, mayo, blue cheese crumbles.

caramelizing onions

Slice the red onions and saute in olive oil over medium-high heat for about 8-10 minutes. Turn off the heat, and stir in 3T red wine vinegar, then season with salt and pepper. Assemble your sandwich: toasted bread, as much mayo as you like, turkey, some onions, blue cheese crumbles, topped off with arugula leaves. So easy, and definitely worth the extra 10 minutes of effort.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

KT, you cooked this after getting home?! I had leftover pizza and blueberry cobbler...yum-yum. And guess what I had for lunch today...a banana s'wich. If I had added p'butter, it'd been 3 in a row. Love Ya, Dad