Photo: Colin Clark; Styling: Missie Neville Crawford    
Serves 4 (serving size: 1 sandwich)

Mango chutney is more savory than sweet, with warm spices, onion, and vinegar. It adds a tangy note to the sandwiches, but you can omit it if you like. For extra toasty sandwiches, weigh down with a plate or heavy pan as they cook.

How to Make It

Step 1

Combine parsley and apple in a bowl. Spread each of 4 bread slices with 2 teaspoons chutney. Top evenly with cheese, turkey, apple mixture, and remaining 4 bread slices. Coat sandwiches with cooking spray.

Step 2

Heat a large skillet over medium heat. Coat pan with cooking spray. Add sandwiches to pan; cook 3 minutes or until browned. Turn sandwiches; cover and cook 2 minutes or until cheese melts.

Chef's Notes

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Ratings & Reviews

sukeedog's Review

May 04, 2014
Yummy! Used smoked turkey breast and white Vermont cheddar and left out the parsley because we're not huge fans. The chutney is definitely what sets this apart.

DianeH66's Review

April 24, 2014

JillyBurke's Review

May 05, 2014
The only ingredient that doesn't mesh well here is the parsley. I would either eliminate it or finely mince it.

LDombeck's Review

June 17, 2014
LOVED THIS!! Such interesting flavors. I had this sandwich all week and made some for my husband. A nice change up from the regular turkey sandwich. Will make again!

ChrissyCupcake's Review

June 14, 2014
This sandwich makes my at-work lunches a pleasure to brown bag! Didn't use the parsley simply because I couldn't find any, and I sliced my apples rather than grating (I didn't have a large enough grater and a smaller size will just turn your apples into mush). The sharper the cheddar, the better it contrasts with the apples. Such a great idea!

3.5 stars

April 11, 2015
These are good (I omitted the parsley) and I used our panini press which made them super easy to put together and grill.  But 1 oz of turkey on a sandwich is pretty skimpy.  I had to add another oz to mine and 2 more oz to DH's to get a decent sandwich.  Served with grapes and pop chips.  I'd make them again because the flavors were good.