1/2 lb Turkey pepper jack sandwich && loaded fries 🍟 🥓 🧀. Take your turkey sandwich and spice it up. We take our turkey to the next level with crispy bacon, pepper jack cheese and McAlister's own Honey Mustard™. We then serve it all on a toasty ciabatta bun.
The perfect balance of creamy Monterey Jack and a touch of spice. Simply put, it's a real hottie! I favor using pepper jack cheese and smoked turkey breast, but ham and swiss makes a fine combination, too. You can cook 1/2 lb Turkey pepper jack sandwich && loaded fries 🍟 🥓 🧀 using 8 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of 1/2 lb Turkey pepper jack sandwich && loaded fries 🍟 🥓 🧀
- You need 1/2 lb of bacon.
- It’s 1/2 lb of Cajun deli turkey meat.
- Prepare 2 slices of pepper jack cheese.
- You need of Mayo 2 brioche buns.
- It’s 1/2 bag of frozen rally’s fries.
- You need 1 cup of shredded cheddar cheese.
- Prepare 1 container of Fritos jalepeno cheddar cheese dip.
- It’s 1/2 cup of soul cream.
Monterey jack and Jalapeno Jack cheese. I actually used a black pepper turkey on mine, which has a little kick of its own. Pulled pork is great for BBQ sandwiches or to make burritos with! The possibilities are endless and delicious!
1/2 lb Turkey pepper jack sandwich && loaded fries 🍟 🥓 🧀 step by step
- Slice bacon strips in half then Fry your bacon to desired crispiness. Fry your fries until crispy as well..
- Toast your buns and put mayo on them then warm up your turkey meat and lay it on the bun followed by about 6-8 of the half strips of bacon per sandwich..
- Top fries off with nacho cheese dip, shredded cheese dip, sour cream and bacon bits..
- Optional fry toppings: jalapeños, ranch, chilli beans, pico de Gallo, guacamole or any nacho toppings..
Turkey & Pepper Jack Cheese Sandwich. Turkey, pepper jack cheese, sun-dried tomatoes, and mayo. White turkey: white turkey, water, dextrose, salt, modified food starch, sodium lactate, corn syrup solids, carrageenan, sodium phosphate, sodium diacetate, smoke. With lettuce, tomato and spicy ranch sauce. Cheese may be at room temperature when it arrives, but its condition will be fine if refrigerated upon arrival.