I really like sandwiches. A lot. Yesterday I decided it was time for a decent homemade sandwich, so I went to the grocery store to purchase some supplies and make up a recipe, here’s what I came up with.

You’ll need:

1 Tomato
1 Tablespoon cilantro
2 Slices of bread (I used Brownberry Oatnut bread)
1 Block of swiss cheese (I used Amish swiss)
1 Block of goat cheese (I used Silver Goat with herbs & garlic)
½ Cup fresh spinach
3 Slices of turkey, thin
1 Tablespoon extra virgin olive oil

Start by slicing your tomato as thin as possible, thin slices are important in this recipe because if your tomato slices are too thick they will cause the bread to get soggy. Chop the cilantro and put them together in a plastic baggie for at least an hour.

Brush olive oil on outside of bread, then put a layer of each kind of cheese on the inside of one of your bread slices. My goat cheese was soft enough to spread, and the swiss broke up nicely into small chunks.


Next, layer your tomato slices (I like to sprinkle on a little extra cilantro), turkey, spinach, and top bread slice.


Cook your sandwich in a hot skillet for about ten minutes or until the bread starts to turn a nice golden brown.


Garnish with some extra cilantro and enjoy your delicious turkey sandwich!


I found that this sandwich paired really well with the taste of Hansen’s pomegranate soda, also try making your sandwich without turkey for a delicious vegetarian (but not vegan!) meal.