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Turkey Club with Feta-4
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Turkey Club with Feta & Spinach-Yogurt Spread

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!

Course brunch, entree, Lunch, sandwich
Cuisine Greek, Mediterranean diet
Keyword children friendly, quick
PREP TIME 15 minutes
COOK TIME 10 minutes
TIME 25 minutes



  1. Toast bread until golden, then brush a little olive oil on both sides of every slice

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. Secure with toothpicks and cut into 4 triangles.

  5. Repeat with remaining bread and ingredients to create 3 more sandwiches.