The tomato soup was a nice change (but, sorry, still have childhood preference for Campbell's made with nonfat milk!). Instead of spraying the skillet, I lightly spray the sandwiches just before putting them in. Seems to use less oil and the spray's just applied to the bread instead of the whole pan.
Grilled Turkey and Ham Sandwiches
carolfitz Posted: 11/15/09
creamcheese Posted: 02/03/09
Yummy in no time! I skipped the ham because I think pork is gross, but otherwise stuck to the recipe. The soup was super easy and delish too, plus if you are single like me you get plenty of leftovers. And easy on the budget for us broke people!
dgitlin612 Posted: 10/23/09
Made according to the recipe, except did not put in the ham, and used a little butter and olive oil instead of cooking spray. Served with the butternut squash soup in the sept. 2009 magazine. Quite delicious.
lcm529 Posted: 03/09/11
This sandwich was DELICIOUS. I made it with sourdough bread and it was so quick, so easy, and so yummy! This is definitely a keeper. I made it last night and I already want another one! I feel like this sandwich is good for anytime/all the time!
seaside725 Posted: 09/01/11
This is a great sandwich for a quick meal. I didn't make the soup, my family is also a big campbells tomato soup fan, so I made that to go along with the sandwich. I can see myself making this as an after school snack for my boys, they loved it.
kidsolab Posted: 04/04/13
Delicious!!!!! my husband & I loved it ! I substituted pepper Jaçk for cheddar. I used jalapeño in the soup we like spice food it was delicious.
daneanp Posted: 06/13/13
The family loved these sandwiches but asked if next time we could substitute smashed avocado in place of the mayo/mustard spread. Oh - and of course, bacon would be great. Yeah...then it would be "Cooking Heavy" right? But I could go for the avocado idea...adding to our regular rotation.
steponme Posted: 02/02/13Missouri City, TX
Good for a quick meal. I used pepper jack cheese served with carrot & celery sticks.