September 2, 2013

Turkey, Cheese, and Asparagus Sandwich on Asiago Bread

Last weekend, we went to a local winery.  Southern Illinois has many wonderful wineries.  We met my husband's family at the winery for supper.  There was a great band playing that evening.  It was a perfect evening to sit outside, drink  a glass of wine and eat supper.  I had a turkey panini with chipotle mayo, cheese, and asparagus.  I liked the sandwich so much, I decided to make them at home.

I started by roasting a turkey breast.  The sandwich I had at the winery had deli meat on it.  I washed it, patted it dry, coated with olive oil, rubbed in seasoned salt, and roasted it according to the directions on the package.

I bought this asiago cheese bread at Panera Bread Company, and sliced it and toasted it.  I did not make a panini.  I don't know why.  I just didn't.

I boiled asparagus in salted water until tender.

I mixed chipotle and mayonnaise together. 

I sliced turkey for the sandwich, placed a piece of provolone cheese on top, placed some asparagus on top of the cheese, spread the chipotle mayo on the bread, and voila, a turkey, asparagus sandwich with chipotle mayonnaise.  It was great!

Next time, I'll make a panini.  Then it will be awesome.


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