I love a great club sandwich. The original classic club sandwich was created at the Union Club in New York City at the end of the 19th century. While it’s remained a classic ever since, it’s also gone through countless tweaks and transformations, with every chef adding his or her own twist. Mine is a Greek recipe for a club sandwich. You wouldn’t have expected anything less, right? Instead of mayo, spread a little of the spinach-tzatziki on the bread. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised at this Mediterranean diet-inspired recreation of an all-American classic!
Toast bread until golden, then brush a little olive oil on both sides of every slice
Spread a little spinach-yogurt mixture on one side of one slice of bread. Top with a quarter of the lettuce and 3 tomato slices, then season lightly with salt and pepper. Place 2 bacon slices on top.
Spread more spinach-yogurt on both sides of a second piece of bread and place on top of bacon. Top with 1 piece of feta, 2 slices each of turkey and ham. Spread the spinach-yogurt mixture on one side of the last piece of bread and place on top of sandwich, spinach-yogurt side down.
Secure with toothpicks and cut into 4 triangles.
Repeat with remaining bread and ingredients to create 3 more sandwiches.