Spinach Artichoke Dip
Green Leaf Lettuce
I've been on a spinach kick lately. I've started putting it in smoothies for breakfast (I know it sounds gross but you can't taste it) and I choose spinach over lettuce whenever I"m getting a sandwich or salad. I'm not sure "spinach artichoke dip" falls under the same category of adding spinach to things but I was excited to try the new Roasted Turkey & Spinach Artichoke Sandwich with Feta Aioli from The Fresh Market.
As a rotisserie sandwich, this sandwich features rotisserie-roasted turkey - and I'm not kidding when I say it features turkey. It's one of those sandwiches that has so much meat that you can't even get to both pieces of bread when you take a bite. At one point, I think I took a bite and got nothing but turkey. It felt like I was eating at a medieval fair. Fortunately, the turkey is delicious.
Along with the turkey, the sandwich is topped with spinach artichoke dip, tomato, lettuce, red onions, peppers, and feta aioli. The spinach artichoke dip is great with the other ingredients. The texture isn't too thick or runny and you can taste the unique, salty aspect of the artichokes. Between the dip and the feta aioli, it's a gourmet twist on the typical turkey sandwich.
The onion roll is also very good with this combination. I'm generally not a fan of onion rolls because I think they're too strong, but the onion rolls at The Fresh Market have nice flavor and aren't overpowering. Actually, I think their onion rolls are much better than their Kaiser rolls.
Spinach. Onions. Feta. Onion Rolls. I need to go brush my teeth and use some mouthwash. Oh well - it's worth it.