Ingredients5 m servings 535
- Place American cheese onto one slice of toasted bread. Microwave 15 to 20 seconds on High until cheese has melted. Place turkey onto melted cheese. Spread Russian dressing onto one side of the remaining slice of toasted bread. Place on top of turkey, dressing-side down to create a sandwich.
- Aluminum foil helps keep food moist, ensures it cooks evenly, keeps leftovers fresh, and makes clean-up easy.
Per Serving: 535 calories; 28.8 38.7 30.8 88 2472 Full nutrition
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This sandwich is very simple and delicious. It reminds me of something I had at Perkins once but I couldn't bring myslef to microwave it. It tastes much better and it's just as easy to grill it...
I made the Chilled Russian Dressing from this site to put on this sandwich for lunch today & everything came out really well. The bite of the dressing,the american cheese & turkey all blended w...
This was easy to make for a quick lunch. I had leftover french bread that I needed to use up. We don't eat white bread so I subbed the french. next time I will add some lettuce and tomato. I...
While I don't like American cheese or Russian dressing, I thought the sandwich sounded a bit tasty. I used Colby cheese and Kraft Catalina dressing and loved it!
Pretty decent sandwich. I don't really like Russian dressing but it worked well in this. The hungry teen liked it too. For myself the next time I'm going to try Catalina French dressing instead ...
This was surprisingly good. The russian dressing really works well with turkey. The only thing I did differently was use thinly sliced mild cheddar as my fiance doesn't like american cheese. ...
Easy and quick and filling! I was (pleasantly!) surprised because the American cheese and Russian dressing (I used store bought) worked well together, and the cool turkey on hot bread was great!...
Good Sammie. Used RUSSIAN SALAD DRESSING from this site which is a winner. Made the sandwich on a griddle. Not into the microwave much for sandwiches.