We used Bartlett pears rather than apples and it was a big hit.
Turkey, Apple, and Swiss Melt
Rdeank Posted: 09/06/12
KGBurk Posted: 11/09/12
Thought this was simple to prepare & very delicious.
MrsDana Posted: 08/23/12
Easy, delicious, and nutritious. The only changes that I made was using a high-fiber multi-grain bread and a gala apple--I already had this available.
TheMomChef Posted: 09/20/12
I made this for myself and our six year-old. I thought it was very tasty, though would have preferred more mustard and less honey. Our daughter, however, didn't like it at all. She's a fan of the separate components, with the exception of Swiss cheese. Maybe Cheddar would have been best for her. You can read my full review at Taking On Magazines: http://bit.ly/OGGo1o
StephMerrifield Posted: 08/26/12
5 star sandwich recipe. the key is to make sure your swiss is melted - I put mine in the microwave for 15 sec since the stove top didn't melt it enough. also, this may just be my preference, but I liked without the mustard and just the honey. We made both versions (kid w/ no mustard and adult w/ mustard honey mixture) and I didn't think the mustard added anything.
Jane1019 Posted: 09/16/12
This is excellent and so easy.