Pesto mayo is piled on top of a pillowy focaccia made from sun-dried tomatoes. Turkey, tomato slices, and greens are also added. This sandwich is beautiful and almost a way of life!
This sandwich goes into my hall of fame. This sandwich is now in my private hall of fame. We made a video on a whim a few months ago, and it has over 4 million views.
Make This Sandwich
Toast and Cut the Focaccia
Toast your bread for 5-8 mins at 400 degrees (it is just better). Keep the bread sideways and cut it horizontally with a serrated blade.
Spread Pesto Mayo
This Basil Sauce is just as good!
Add Your Sandwich Materials
I love turkey, tomatoes, greens, sprouts, and even projections.
Dollop a little more mayo onto the dollop.
You may think it’s strange, but you can add a little more mayo on top to avoid having to turn the top of your bread upside-down and lose all those crumbles.
- Trader Joe’s Sun-Dried Tomato Focaccia
- One can find out more about this by clicking here. 7 Package -ounce deli turkey
- 1 Larger The tomato is a good example of this. Thinly sliced
- One can find out more about this by clicking here. Few greens – sprouts, microgreens, spinach, etc.
- A few thinly sliced Red onion
- 1/4 Mayo
- 1/4 Pesto I like Costco’s brand of Pesto
- Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. The focaccia should be toasted in the range between 5-8 minutes.
- In a small bowl, combine the Pesto with the mayo to create a pesto-mayo.
- Keep the bread flat and on the cutting board. Turn your serrated knife to the side, then cut horizontally down the middle of the loaf. You don’t want the crumbles to fall out if you flip the top. Set the top flat and keep it aside.
- Finish with a dollop of pesto mayo. The top layer of mayo is spread directly over the greens and red onions, so I don’t need to flip the sandwich upside down.
- Gently press the top piece on top of your sandwich. Use a large knife when it is secure to cut the sandwich. I cut the sandwich down the middle and then across three times to get a total of 6 pieces. Enjoy! Sandwich goals!