recipe: Lemon dill sauce brightens up a plain turkey sandwich
Mary Bilyeu | Contributor
A turkey sandwich is a simple pleasure, and my favorite way to use up Thanksgiving leftovers. But you can buy turkey breasts, thighs, and legs all year 'round, and they're great when marinated and cooked on the grill. Or you could roast them. Or deep fry them. Whatever strikes your fancy.
I happened to have some turkey meat just waiting for a sandwich, but I wanted to spiff up this everyday basic just a bit. So instead of using plain ol' mayonnaise, I made a simple lemony dill sauce instead. A schmear of that brought a bright and vibrant flavor to my sandwich, taking it beyond the routine and turning it into something special for a summery day.
Lemon Dill Sauce
1/2 cup mayonnaise
1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
1 teaspoon dried dill
pinch of kosher salt
Stir ingredients together. Serve on sandwiches, with fish, or any other way that strikes your fancy.
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