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Turkey Sandwich #DontCallMeBasic

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Hi Everyone,

Today I am sharing with you my all-time favorite sandwich.  I order this at least once a week from a local bagel shop.  It’s so simple that I don’t understand why I don’t make it at home.  So I thought, why not save some money and make a sandwich with the exact ingredients that I love.   Here is my beloved Turkey Sandwich.

This sandwich is low-calorie, full of protein, the right amount of flavor and is simply delicious! You really have no idea how much I love it! It’s made with Foster Farms All Natural Oven Roasted Turkey, lettuce, tomato and pepperchini’s that has been sandwiched between an Everything Bagel. Yum! Oh and just a little bit of mustard. I can’t forget the mustard.

The key thing to making this sandwich is coring out the bagel. I took my fingers and tore out the center. It saves about 75 calories off of the bagel. You don’t need all of that extra bread and it makes a nice pocket to fill with your ingredients.

Plus I used Foster Farms All Natural Sliced Turkey in Oven Roasted flavor. The turkey is 35% lower in sodium and only 60 calories for 3 slices, contains no nitrates/nitrites, chemicals or preservatives. Raised without hormones or steroids, the turkey is also 98% fat free. It does taste like it was made fresh out of the oven. I’m pretty picky when it comes to turkey deli meat and I have to admit, I love Foster Farms All Natural Sliced Turkey.

Foster Farms is holding a sandwich-making contest to prove that sandwiches made with new Foster Farms All Natural Sliced Turkey lunchmeat are anything but “basic.” The Don’t Call Me Basic contest is looking for the most creative turkey sandwich creation. The grand prizewinner will receive their choice of a luxury weekend getaway for two to the gorgeous Napa Valley or $4,000 cash. Entering is easy:

  1. Create a turkey sandwich using Foster Farms All Natural Sliced Turkey lunchmeat and other creative ingredients of your choosing.
  2. Post a photo of your sandwich to Instagram. In the caption, include the list of ingredients and tag @FosterFarmsand #DontCallMeBasic. Make sure your profile is public!


Random weekly drawings will be held every Friday to give all participants a chance to win. Prizes for the weekly drawings will include high-end panini presses or gourmet picnic baskets. The contest will last the month of August (National Sandwich Month) and is open to all U.S. residents over the age of 18. Entries can also be emailed to


Sandwich concoctions will be selected and judged by a panel of culinary and food media professionals, who will identify five recipe finalists. The grand prize winner will be selected from the finalists by a panel of five food and lifestyle blogger judges. The winner will be announced in early September!

For official Rules & Regulations, visit

Turkey Sandwich
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A light, healthy sandwich made with oven-roasted turkey, lettuce tomatoes and pepperchini's that are sandwiched on a toasted Everything Bagel.
Recipe type: Sandwich
Cuisine: American
Serves: 1 sandwich
  • 1 Everything Bagel
  • 5 pepperoncini slices
  • 3 slices Foster Farms All Natural Sliced Turkey Breast - Slow Oven Roasted
  • 1 slice tomato
  • 1 lettuce leaf
  • 2 tsp mustard
  1. Core out the insides of the bagel, staying away from the edges. This will make a pocket on each side of the bagel. Toast bagel in a toaster.
  2. To layer the sandwich, on the bottom slice, add pepperoncini, top with the following; turkey, tomato and lettuce. Add the mustard to the top of the lettuce.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 sandwich Calories: 328 Fat: 4.2 Carbohydrates: 47 Sugar: 6.3 Sodium: 832 Fiber: 3 Protein: 21 Cholesterol: 25

I love sandwiches and this one is the best in my opinion!  What are your favorite kinds of turkey sandwiches?

Want to try Foster Farms All Natural Sliced Turkey?  They come in two flavors:

“Save a Dollar Now” by downloading the coupon found here

Have a lovely day!



This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Foster Farms All Natural Turkey Slices.

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