Sunday, August 2, 2015

Toasted Ciabatta with Turkey, Provolone and Red Onion

I find Sunday afternoon to be comforting,  yet challenging.  After a good sermon and some fellowship, topped off by our wonderful Bible class, I just want to come home, relax and be with family. 
  But after a morning of church service and Bible study, everyone is,"starving"!  Here's where the challenging part comes in!  We all want something good to eat, but unless I've thought ahead (and gotten up extra early to put something in the slow cooker) it's not going to happen.  I do have a few really quick and reliable Sunday favorites.  These recipes have simple ingredients and require very little prep or clean-up time!  You can also stretch them to include an extra person or two on the spur of the moment.
  On Sunday, I like to look around the table and see my husband and sons' faces.  As our sons have grown up, this has become a treat rather than the usual occurance.  However, if our youngest son doesn't have plans, and our older son has Sunday off I invite him over and then we have time to connect (FaceTime is included for our middle son who lives in Illinois).  This is part of the comforting aspect of Sunday.  (We've even found a way to play board games to include all three sons using FaceTime!)
  As you enjoy your Sunday, here is the recipe for my toasted turkey sandwiches.  Just add a vegetable tray and fruit plate and lunch is served!

1.  Slice ciabatta rolls in half (got these at Walmart deli).  Then spread one half with butter  and top with very thin slices of red onion.  Top the other half of the bun with a thin slice of Provolone cheese.  Place on baking sheet in a preheated oven (400 degrees).  

2.  When the roll is toasted and the cheese has melted, take the baking sheet from the oven.

3.  You are ready to add deli turkey breast, tomato, lettuce and mayonnaise!
I told you it was easy!!

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