Building sandwiches is pretty simple, but I’ll share my few tips! Cream cheese definitely needs to go on both sides of the bread, don’t skimp there. And avocado is much easier eaten in a sandwich when you smear it on like a spread rather than trying to balance slices. That way you get avocado in every bite! Plus, the cream cheese and avocado kind of act like a glue for your cucumber slices.
I love a good oven-roasted turkey. This time I bought a pack from Trader Joe’s and it was divine. I also found the micro-greens there. Again, it’s way easier to enjoy a little green on your sandwiches when they’re bite size like micro-greens or sprouts instead of lettuce that slips and slides.
Obviously the world is your oyster when it comes to bread and cheese selection, but for this sandwich I felt like sourdough and Swiss were the ticket. Next time I may give pumpernickel and/or pepper jack a try to spice things up a bit!
And remember, chips aren’t the obligatory sandwich side. We opted for berries this round, but I also think a cup of soup or a pickle would go wonderfully.