Open-Faced Spicy Turkey Guac Melt

Turkey guac melt

I've mentioned before that I don't think too quickly on my feet in the kitchen. Even though I love to cook, I still don't completely trust my judgement or my creativity. However, one day shortly after Easter, I took inventory in the fridge and tried to come up with something on the fly, mostly because I didn't feel like running to the store. We had turkey, cheese, guacamole, bread, and tomatoes. I figured, how bad could that be? Not bad at all, let me tell you. As simple as this sandwich is, I was pretty impressed with the flavor! Because of it's simplicity, I wasn't sure I wanted to post it, but it is my blog after all, so I guess I get to write the rules, and this sandwich was delicious, so I guess that was an easy decision! 

2 Thick Slices of Bread
Tomato, sliced
1/2 cup Pepper-Jack Cheese, shredded
4-6 Slices of Turkey

Line a cookie sheet with tinfoil. Spread guacamole on each piece of bread and top with tomato slices. Fold 2-3 pieces of turkey onto each piece of bread, then top with a handful of shredded cheese. Place the sandwiches on the cookie sheet and bake at 375 degrees for about 15-20 minutes, or until the cheese is melted. Place them under the broiler for the last 2 minutes, or until the cheese is golden and bubbly.