In addition to the Turkey Rhubarb Melt in the last post, I wanted to try incorporating some of the leftover brussels sprouts I made into a sandwich. I was looking for a slightly creamier cheese and a less-sweet sandwich. When it came down to it, all of the ingredients besides the bread in this sandwich ended up having a location in its name — turkey, brussels sprouts, dijon mustard, and muenster cheese. So, I maybe should have named this sandwich the traveling sandwich or something of the like!
Turkey Brussels Melt
2 slices of bread
sliced muenster cheese
Butter one side of each slice of bread. Stick two buttered sides together. Spread dijon mustard on top slice of bread. Layer brussels, turkey, and cheese on top of this bread.
Heat a skillet. Place the bread, butter side down into the skillet and take the other piece of bread and put it on top of the sandwich, butter side up. Cook until the bread is turning golden and crisp; flip over and do the same. Continue until cheese is starting to melt.
Remove from heat and enjoy!