Can't take the heat?

By Staff
Get out of the kitchen with great summer sandwich recipes
With summer in full swing, the temperatures outside continue to soar and simple tasks like preparing meals feel as monumental as climbing Mount Everest. A warm kitchen, with a hot stove, is the last place anyone wants to be. That's why summer is the season for swimming pools, cool drinks and big deli sandwiches. The summer sandwich is easy enough for even the youngest family members to prepare, it tastes great and you won't even need to touch the stove. Variety is the key to summer activities and sensational sandwiches. And by purchasing meat at the service deli counter, you can choose an assortment of freshly cut meat and cheese in any amount you'd like.
Here are some delicious deli sandwich recipes for a quick no-cook meal … for a personal touch, add your favorite ingredient or condiment.
Sweet &Crunchy Turkey Sandwich
1 slice Sara Lee American cheese
3 slices Sara Lee Honey Roasted Turkey
1 tablespoon honey mustard
1 deli roll
Lettuce leaves
6 apple slices
Spread mustard on deli roll. Add lettuce, cheese, apple and turkey.
Southern BBQ Chicken Sandwich
3 slices Sara Lee American or
Monterey Jack cheese
6 slices Sara Lee BBQ-Basted
Chicken Breast
2 slices country potato bread
Red onion slices
Red pepper slices
1/8 cup deli cole slaw, optional
2 tablespoons prepared BBQ
sauce, optional
Place cheese on bread slices. Add onion, chicken and peppers. Cole slaw and BBQ sauce are optional additions.
Not-Your-Everyday Ham Sandwich
3 slices Sara Lee Brown Sugar
2 tablespoons coarse ground
mustard
2 slices sourdough bread
Lettuce leaves
Yellow tomato slices
Spread mustard on bread slices. Add lettuce, ham and tomatoes.
Roast Beef &Cheddar Sandwich
1 slice Sara Lee Cheddar cheese
3 slices Sara Lee Roast Beef
1 tablespoons horseradish
2 slices honey wheat bread
Lettuce leaves
Red onions slices
Tomato slices, optional
Spread horseradish on bread slices. Add lettuce, cheese, onion and roast beef. Tomato slices are optional addition.

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