Turkey bánh mì-style sandwich

This was really good! Turkey, mayo, homemade pickled jalapeños, pickled banana peppers, cucumber, shredded carrot and Sriracha on multigrain French baguette-like bread.

I cut about 1/4" out of the center of the bread as it seemed like there was a bit much bread. The grocery store called it multigrain Parisienne, but it's basically a multigrain baguette. That's about a 4 inch piece of it.

Mayonnaise on both top and bottom.

3 1/2 to 4 slices of thin-sliced deli turkey (I like Black Forest or black pepper).

Thinly sliced cucumber and thinly sliced or shredded carrot.

Update June 4, 2015
: It works better if you put the carrot and cucumber under the turkey, next to the bread. The reason is that there are too many slippery ingredients next to each other if you put everything on top of the turkey. Also, dry out all of the ingredients with a paper towel, including the carrots, cucumber and turkey, before assembling.

2 rings of homemade pickled jalapeños, minced, and a few picked banana pepper slices, diced.

Topped with a sprinkle of salt and Sriracha.

It was delicious! I served it with Kettle Chips hot jalapeño potato chips.


It is also good with a side salad.


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