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Turkey Cobb Salad Sandwich

Recently I was at a restaurant that had a Turkey Cobb Salad Sandwich on their menu.

Making a salad into a sandwich sounded like such a fun idea that I just had to make my own version of it.

This recipe is made with a large pretzel roll which tastes so delicious with all of the Cobb Salad fixins such as bacon, hard boiled egg, tomato and avocado.

Oh, and sliced turkey too!

You can use your favorite salad dressing, or even good old mayonnaise and/or mustard.

I used a horseradish sauce that I found in the deli at the grocery store and it was super delish.

The combination of flavors and textures is so delicious and it tastes just like a Cobb Salad too!

Let’s check out the ingredients.

printable recipe with the measurements and instructions is located at the bottom of this post.

Here’s how to make it.

Cook the bacon until it’s nice and crispy.

I like to use this microwave bacon cooking tray.  All of the grease falls below the strips of bacon and the bacon gets super crispy.

Slice the tomato into ½ inch or so thick slices.

Then, slice the onion and avocado.

Next, slice the eggs into 4 pieces.

Pick 4 medium size leaves from a bunch of green leaf lettuce and set aside along with the other Cobb Salad ingredients while you prep the rolls.

Feel free to substitute with another type of lettuce.

Add the butter to a large skillet.

As soon as the butter melts, slice each roll in half and lay them with the flat side down on to the butter.

Keep the bread face side down until it toasts and turns a golden brown color.

After the rolls are toasted, lay them on a plate flat side up.

Add your favorite dressing on top of the bread.

Next lay the lettuce leaves on top of the dressing.

Then add the bacon….

The turkey…..

The onions….

The tomatoes….

And about 3 dashes of pepper on the tomatoes.

ok…maybe one more dash of pepper.

Next, add the avocado….

The sliced egg….

I love it when I find eggs at a great price.  It’s amazing how expensive just one dozen eggs can be sometimes, especially when compared to the sale price of an 18 count carton.

And the crumbled blue cheese.

Blue cheese is the perfect touch for this sandwich.

Top with more of the dressing.

Ultra delish.


More Yum.

Extra Yum.

Add the top half of the roll.

Cut the sandwich in half and…


What a fun way to eat a salad!

Super, ultra delish.

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Print Recipe

Turkey Cobb Salad Sandwich

A big sandwich with big flavor.

Course Lunch, Main Course
Cuisine American
Keyword Cobb Salad, Sandwich, Turkey Sandwich
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Servings 2


  • 2 large soft sandwich rolls each roll sliced in half lengthwise
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • 4 medium size green leaf lettuce leaves
  • 6 pieces of cooked crispy bacon
  • 6 large slices of deli turkey (cooked)
  • 4 slices red onion
  • 1 large tomato sliced
  • 6 dashes ground black pepper
  • 1 avocado seed removed, meat removed and sliced into 1/2 inch thick slices
  • 2 hard boiled eggs peeled and slice each egg widthwise into 4 slices
  • 1/4 cup crumbled blue cheese
  • 6 tablespoons prepared blue cheese salad dressing or your favorite salad dressing


  1. Toasting the Sandwich Rolls - To a large skillet, add butter. As soon as the butter melts, lay the rolls cut-side down on the butter.

  2. Keep the bread cut-side down until it toasts and turns a golden brown color. 

  3. For Serving - After the rolls are toasted, lay them on a serving plate toasted-side up.  On top of each half roll (on the toasted side), add blue cheese dressing (or your favorite dressing).

  4. On top of 2 halves, lay the lettuce leaves.

  5. On top of the lettuce, add a layer of the bacon, turkey, onions, tomatoes, pepper, avocado, egg, and crumbled blue cheese.

  6. Top with drizzles of salad dressing.

  7. Top each sandwich with the remaining halves of bread.  Cut the sandwich in half and serve.

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  1. I saw this sandwich and I’m making it tonight. It looks soooooo awsome!

    • Hi Diane, so glad you like it. I love Cobb salads and this sandwich hits the spot. Have a great day.

  2. How deliciously different this is! Great, making a healthier sandwich out of all the ingredients in a cobb salad-yum! If this was at the deli I would surely buy it, but even better I need to make it. Thanks for sharing this one!

  3. That is some sandwich! My boys love bacon and blue cheese, so I will have to try this out for them 🙂

    • Sounds like this sandwich might be fun for your boys…it can get a bit messy to eat but that’s fun too!

  4. I forgot I am just looking at a picture. I was stunned by the yumminess of this sandwich. Mouthwatering photos! =)

  5. OMG! This looks sooo delicious! Lovely pics!