Let’s just get this humble-brag out of the way now: I’m REALLY good at making sandwiches. It’s mostly just about piling delicious things onto fresh bread. It’s not really rocket surgery.
Making a sandwich for someone is dang important. A good sandwich can’t be faked. Avocado must be ripe. Bacon must be crisp. Produce must be fresh and cheese must be perfectly melty.
It’s a science… but it’s not a science at all. It’s just a sandwich, but it’s important.
Can we just talk about sandwiches? K. Thanks.
I call this sandwich The Ultimate Club because it’s totally top-shelf.
We’ve got crisp Black Forest Bacon, whole grain mustard, ripe tomatoes, baby spinach, roasted turkey, and ripe avocado. Wait.. did I mention melty Brie Cheese!? Yea… it’s serious.
Mustard is smeared. Brie and turkey are piled generously.
Flavor layering, featuring BACON!
Bacon should probably be on every sandwich ever, including this Peanut Butter Pickle Sandwich. Yea… I went there.
Only two things could make this sandwich better: avocado and grilling. We’re going to make both happen. Duh!
By now you may know that I have a serious obsession with outrageous sandwiches. I’ve made Spinach and Artichoke Grilled Cheese, , French Onion Soup Sandwiches, and Pepper Jack Spicy Grilled Cheese. Seriously delicious. like whoa.
This Ultimate Club is easily one of my new favorites. It has everything a good lunch sandwich should have and it feels like a total treat! Served with fresh cherries, potato chips, and a Dr. Pepper… come on. Get in my life, for real.
The Ultimate Club Sandwich
makes 1 sandwich
2 slices good bread
whole grain mustard
Brie cheese, rind and all
thinly sliced roasted turkey
2 slices crisp cooked bacon
baby spinach leaves
ripe avocado, sliced
butter for grilling
You know how to make a killer sandwich. You don’t need any help from me. But… while we’re here, let’s just spell this out.
Spread two slices of bread with whole grain mustard. Top one of the bread slices with a bit of Brie cheese (rind and all). Top the Brie bread with a bit of fresh baby spinach leaves and a few tomato slices. On the other slice of mustard covered bread, add roasted turkey slices. Top with cooked bacon and sliced avocados.
Smash the two slices of bread together.
In a medium saute pan, melt a bit of butter over medium heat. Grill sandwich until golden on each side. Serve warm. It’s yummy.
I don’t like putting the mustard onto the bread cus I find it becomes soggy therefore I tend to spread the mustard once I have the spinach leaves and turkey laid out. I find this helps keep it fresh for a weekday work lunch!
Pretty please try it and write about it…not much help with
‘it looks great’…we already know that!!
Thank you so much for this sandwich recipe. I love club sandwiches and very often order them in cafes or restaurants.
But after reading your post – I thought “why not to make it myself?”
My inner child is a 14yr old boy with the metabolism of a meth addict.
Simple and easy to make ! I love it !