Posted: 10/12/2011 2:29:50 PM
This is a delicious recipe. I halved the Apricot Aioli and it was still rather messy. My husband doesn't like brie so I am going to try another soft cheese and see if that works as well. It reheated well for lunch leftovers, just wasn't as crisp.
Posted: 6/7/2011 7:49:49 PM
I made this using turkey bacon for lower fat and loved it. I made a second one for my son with regular bacon and substituted mayo, dijon and honey for the aoli and used provolone cheese instead of brie. He LOVED it! It really has endless swapout possiblities. Instead of just baking the pizza crust plain I put dimples in it with my fingers and drizzled olive oil on it and a dash or two of dried basil and oregano. It's a quick and easy foccacia and boosted the falvor.
Posted: 6/3/2011 3:46:19 PM
I just made this for my supper and it was wonderful. What a great sandwich!
Posted: 5/23/2010 3:00:54 PM
I had this at a friends while there for study group. It was wonderful and easy to make!
Posted: 7/14/2008 6:52:55 AM
What a great tasting sandwich. Something out of the ordinary using the pizza crust. Puts new life to an old turkey sandwich standby. Great for company also.
Posted: 4/18/2008 12:35:57 PM
Very easy to make, although the apricot aioli can be a bit messy. I recommend the thick sliced turkey luncheon meat, and the lower sodium bacon, it still tastes great!
Posted: 3/15/2008 1:17:58 PM
Quick, easy and sooooo good.