Randy Mayor; Melanie J. Clarke
Yield
4 servings

These turkey pesto sandwiches are the perfect choice for a quick weeknight supper.  Jazz up your basic turkey sandwich with storebought pesto, mozzarella cheese, and spicy arugula. 

How to Make It

Step 1

Preheat broiler.

Step 2

Combine first 5 ingredients.

Step 3

Cut rolls in half horizontally; spread mayonnaise mixture evenly over cut sides of rolls. Divide arugula, turkey, and tomato slices evenly among bottom halves of rolls; top each with 1 cheese slice. Place bottom halves of rolls on a baking sheet. Broil 2 minutes or until cheese melts. Cover with top halves of rolls.

Ratings & Reviews

3.5 stars

heddyq
July 08, 2017
Liked the flavors but not the choice of roll.  Will make with different bread next time; our rolls were so round the cheese slipped right off during broiling!

mandofan's Review

daneanp
January 18, 2012
Simple, but nonetheless a damn good sandwich that is quite filling.

heddyq's Review

sdonahue
July 06, 2011
My entire family loved this, including my son who does not eat deli meat sandwiches. I originally made it for dinner and they have requested it for lunch. I had no problem using that up that extra arugula! A definite keeper.

sydmop's Review

sydmop
January 18, 2012
My family says I should open a diner and serve this. So delicious! I doubled the sauce recipe so I could really slather it on and I doubled the amount of pesto used in the sauce. I also used baby romaine instead of arugula and really piled on the turkey. Definitely one to keep in the rotation!

sdonahue's Review

mandofan
December 01, 2012
This is a regular weeknight go-to but I have also served at small parties. Easy & so yummy!

Chattys82's Review

Chattys82
November 20, 2009
Total restaurant quality. That sauce is amazing!! I actually found reduced fat pesto so I used that in the refrigerated pasta section at my grocery. WOW! I used baby spinach leaves (stems trimmed off) instead of arugula, too...figured I'd be more apt to use the leftover spinach rather than arugula. The tomatoes really add to it, also. I ended up broiling for maybe 3 minutes instead of 2. My boyfriend loved it, too! The whole thing took MAYBE 5 minutes to assemble and cook.

rstarrlemaitre's Review

rstarrlemaitre
June 26, 2011
The pesto spread is great - especially the hint of lemon! I would make it again and again, for more than just this sandwich. The rest of the sandwich was equally delicious, but I would decrease the amount of arugula (quite peppery) and increase the amount of turkey. Served with a fruit salad.