As a turkey lover who can’t get enough during fall and winter, I was inspired to come up with a restaurant-worthy sandwich. I love it with a soft, rich cheese like Brie. —Grace Voltolina, Westport, Connecticut
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These easy turkey burgers are extra juicy and loaded with flavor. I think the spicy jalapenos give it just the right level of heat, but feel free to adjust the amount to amp it up or tone it down. —Wanda Allende, Orlando, Florida
A mustard-flavored dressing coats the colorful combination of chicken, broccoli, tomatoes and bacon in this tasty sandwich filling. “It’s great for a picnic because you can prepare the filling ahread and assemble the pitas at the picnic site,” assures Marla Brenneman of Goshen, Indiana.
Whether I make enough for just the two of us or increase the amounts for a social occasion, I always get a request for this recipe. There’s a nice mixture of flavors with the pickles and ripe olives, and a good crunch from the celery.
My fiance and I really like Greek food and flavors. I made a meatloaf similar to this once but changed it up into burgers for a fun option when the weather gets warm.—Melissa Obernesser, Utica, New York
I grow onions, garlic and herbs, so that’s what I use in these saucy sandwiches. Make patties or form the ground beef into meatballs instead. —Alysha Braun, St. Catharines, Ontario
My cheesy corn quesadillas take only minutes going from skillet to table. They make craveable leftovers for brown bag lunches, so pack the salsa, too. —Darlene Brenden, Salem, Oregon
Chicken sausage comes in many flavors, so I try different ones when I make pitas with fresh basil and veggies, inspired by the Greek gyro. —Christina Price, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Everybody goes for the bacon in this impressive sandwich. If you’ve got a garden, harvest your fresh tomatoes and basil and pile them on. —Alisa Lewis, Veradale, Washington
When I make burgers or hot dogs for boating or barbecues, I do a topping that tastes like relish meets salsa. Pile it on any griller you like. —Valonda Seward, Coarsegold, California
For patriotic food, you can’t beat a burger. My sliders have red tomatoes, white cheddar and blueberry sauce. For extra pop, I mix in ginger beer and chipotle. —Crystal Schlueter, Northglenn, Colorado
It was time to amp up my usual sandwich rotation. I used pesto with turkey, sweet red pepper and onion to get the crunch and munch factor going. —Rusty Koll, Elmwood, Illinois
Here’s a quick way to get a delicious and comforting dinner on the table that pleases everyone on busy evenings. Sometimes I add a little reduced-sodium soy sauce to the barbecue sauce. If your family loves Asian food like mine does, they will fall for these pork buns. —Teresa Ralston, …
To jazz up leftover ham, I cooked it with a beer sauce. Buns loaded with ham, pickles and mustard are irresistible. —Ann Sheehy, Lawrence, MA
I lived in Florida for a while and loved the pork they would make, so I went about making it for myself! The flavorful meat makes amazing Cuban sandwiches, but you can also use it in traditional pulled pork sandwiches or even tacos. —Lacie Griffin, Austin, Texas
Prep: 40 min. + standing Cook: 10 min. 6 servings 1 whole garlic bulb 2 teaspoons olive oil 1/8 teaspoon salt 6 jalapeno peppers 1 package (8 ounces) cream cheese, softened 2 tablespoons shredded Parmesan cheese 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce 2 tablespoons butter, softened 12 slices multigrain bread 6 slices …
Not your ordinary grilled cheese, these sandwiches are all grown up! Made with a comforting combination of jalapenos, roasted garlic, cream cheese, bacon and provolone, they please just about all adults —and even adventurous kids! —Melissa Haines, Valparaiso, Indiana
My family loves this chicken salad for a quick lunch or dinner; it’s easy and delicious. You can use green seedless grapes instead of red if you prefer. When they’re in season, I sometimes substitute even more strawberries for the grapes! —Marcy Kamery, Blasdell, New York
Chicken salad ranks among the classics, and this version is great for parties of all kinds. Feel free to substitute green grapes for the red, or toss in extra strawberries when they’re in season. The filling can also be served on a bed of salad greens. —Marcy Kamery, Blasdell, New …
Bacon Cheeseburger Sloppy Joes Recipe photo by Taste of Home Next Recipe › My family does not like Sloppy Joes, but they love this recipe! The turkey and the bacon give the old classic a new spin. —Janine Smith, Columbia, South Carolina Prep/Total Time: 25 min. 8 servings Prep/Total Time: …
Turkey and bacon give the classic sloppy joe a frightfully tasty new spin. Freddy Krueger may invite himself to dinner! —Janine Smith, Columbia, South Carolina
Recipe provided by Better Than Bouillon.
Prep: 20 min. Bake: 25 min. 12 servings 24 ounces frozen breaded chicken tenders 1 package (18 ounces) Hawaiian sweet rolls 1 package (7-1/2 ounces) sliced provolone and mozzarella cheese blend 1 jar (24 ounces) marinara sauce TOPPING: 1/2 cup butter, cubed 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1 teaspoon crushed red …