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Killer Club Sandwich

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I love club sandwiches.

Ingredients

  • 12 slices Sandwich Bread
  • 4 Tablespoons Mayonnaise
  • 1 Tablespoon Prepared Basil Pesto
  • 1 Tablespoon Prepared Sun-dried Tomato Pesto (or Just A Couple Of Pureed Sun-dried Tomatoes)
  • 8 slices Bacon, Cut In Half
  • ½ pounds Shaved Ham
  • ½ pounds Shaved Turkey
  • 4 whole Avocados, Peeled And Sliced
  • 4 slices Cheese (swiss, Mozzarella, Etc.)
  • Romaine Or Green Leaf Lettuce

Preparation

Toast bread in toaster until light golden brown. Set aside.

Fry bacon until just barely crisp, then drain on a paper towel. Set aside.

Mix together 2 tablespoons mayonnaise with prepared basil pesto; in a separate bowl, mix additional 2 tablespoons mayonnaise with sundried tomato pesto.

To Make One Sandwich:

Spread two pieces of bread with basil pesto. On one piece of bread, lay ham on top of pesto mayo, then top with cheese and lettuce. On other piece of bread, lay the slices of 1/2 avocado on top of the pesto mayo. Top avocado with bacon. Lift the second slice of bread (the one with avocado and bacon) and place it, ingredient side down, on top of the first piece of bread.

For the second layer: On the top of the top piece of bread, spread the sundried tomato mayonnaise. Spread one side of the third piece of bread with sundried tomato mayonnaise. Place ham, cheese, and lettuce on top. Place other half of the avocado slices on the other piece of bread. Top with bacon slices. Place this piece of bread, ingredient side down, on top of the first piece of bread.

Use a sharp knife to cut the sandwich in half (on the diagonal) then again in fourths.

Serve with chips!

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troutgirl on 5.12.2011

The mayo makes this sandwich! It’s delish but I can only eat half…

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dragonstoy on 4.7.2011

Adore club sandwiches and for some reason don’t make them at home very often. Thanks for the awesome inspiration!

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ppkongacooks on 4.7.2011

strange, we had club sandwiches last night for dinner because I wanted to use my homemade mayo!

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Taracooks on 4.7.2011

The males in my house would love this, but I couldn’t get by with just 1/2 pound of the meats! And very very soon, you won’t either :)

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Nicola on 10.10.2013

This was great!I’ve made it this week for my kids for lunch and they loved it.I think there is a slight error in the directions though.I think the 2nd layer you must mean to put the turkey not the ham again.

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mommysmenu on 4.26.2011

My hubby, who will never eat the same thing twice in a row, declared this the best sandwich ever! He has now taken it for lunch the last 3 days! Thank you for posting this! Its fabulous!

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