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Grilled Turkey, Bacon, and Pepper Jack Sub

I'm always looking for ways to turn traditional foods into something new and different.  Today I'd like to share with you how I changed a typical turkey sub into something fantastic!  It is super simple and tastes great when it is done.


Want to try a different type of hot sandwich?  Check out this delicious sub filled with turkey, pepper jack cheese, and bacon.  Yum!  |  www.andersonandgrant.com




The great thing about this "recipe" is that there is not a set amount of any of the ingredients.  You can use as much or as little of each thing as you like.  I also didn't have any hoagie buns when I was "creating" this recipe, so I just used a hot dog bun.  Slightly smaller, but basically the same.  You could even use a hamburger bun or bread and still get an interesting sandwich.  Use what you have!

Want to try a different type of hot sandwich?  Check out this delicious sub filled with turkey, pepper jack cheese, and bacon.  Yum!  |  www.andersonandgrant.com



Grilled Turkey, Bacon, and Pepper Jack Sub

So here is what you need:



Turkey lunch meat  
Bacon
Lettuce
Hoagie bun
Butter
Pepper Jack cheese (You can buy sliced Pepper Jack now, or you can cut the block of cheese into thin slices like that of traditional cheese slices, which is what I did.)






Cook enough bacon to fill the number of sandwiches that you're making.  I used two slices cut in half for each sandwich.  Drain on paper towel.




Heat a grill pan over medium heat.

Lay your turkey on the grill pan, and allow it to begin to heat, turning it over as the side begins to get grill marks on it.




When you flip the meat over, add the slices of pepper jack cheese onto the top of the meat.  Allow it to melt over the meat.




Butter the inside of your hoagie bun and place the buttered side down on the grill pan.  Grill until the inside is a light golden brown, about 2-3 minutes.




When the cheese is melted, remove the meat from the grill pan and place on your hoagie bun.  Top with the bacon slices and a lettuce leaf.


Want to try a different type of hot sandwich?  Check out this delicious sub filled with turkey, pepper jack cheese, and bacon.  Yum!  |  www.andersonandgrant.com


That's it...Serve it with some chips and enjoy!  

What do you think?....Will you be giving my twist on the turkey sub a try?




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