Years ago when Applebee’s restaurants were abundant where I live, I would eat there a good many times. One of my favorite sandwiches was their Clubhouse Grill. Sadly, most Applebee’s are now closed around here, but there are times that I still get a craving for that tasty club. This is my take on that. It has turkey, ham, Colby Jack cheese topped with a tangy bbq sauce then toasted in the waffle maker until the cheese gets all nice and gooey and the bread has that nice crispy crunch….. simple but heavenly. I think next time I might slide in some bacon.
Here’s what you need:
*2 slices of bread per sandwich; I used regular white bread.
*deli sliced honey ham
*deli sliced oven roasted turkey
*2 slices Colby Jack cheese per sandwich
*1 Tbs BBQ sauce per sandwich any variety; or more to taste
*non stick spray
Heat waffle maker and spray with no stick spray.
Butter each slice of bread on one side; this will be the outside of the sandwich.
Place one slice of bread, buttered side down onto the waffle maker. Add a layer of sliced Turkey.
Then place a slice of the cheese over the turkey.
Next, layer on the ham.
Pace another slice of cheese on top of the ham.
Spoon bbq sauce over the cheese.
Place a slice of bread, buttered side up over the bbq sauce and cheese.
Close the waffle maker and cook for about 5 minutes or until cheese is melted and bread is nice and toasted.