‘Thick-cut slices of 100% Canadian turkey, topped with an all new cranberry mustard sauce’. That’s all I needed to hear to say YES! If you follow me on Instagram, you saw me head off to Ontario last week to attend a ‘launch lunch’ with SUBWAY Canada and Turkey Farmers of Canada… in an apple orchard, complete with a hay ride! It certainly doesn’t get much more fall than that.
Available to all on October 11th (I can’t wait!), the new thick-cut carved turkey is 100% Canadian, and 100% free from artificial colours, flavours and preservatives… and is delicious!
You all know that right now, carbs are not a part of my life. Subway’s carved turkey (like all of their ingredients), can be customized however you like. SUBWAY Executive Chef Chris Martone offered up a few of his favourite SUBWAY salad combinations, which I can’t wait to try:
Classic Carved Turkey with Cranberry Mustard Sauce:
Carved turkey salad with baby spinach, swiss cheese, red onions and the new cranberry mustard sauce (I haven’t checked the nutritional info on the sauce yet, but I know I had a bit and still stayed Keto-adapted).
Chipotle Southwest Turkey Salad:
Carved turkey on a bed of lettuce, tomatoes, onions, green peppers and olives, drizzled with their Chipotle Southwest Sauce.
Mediterranean Inspired Salad:
Carved turkey on a salad of spinach, cucumbers, onions and tomatoes (with some banana peppers for an extra kick!).
And of course, no matter if in Salad or Sandwich form,
Add bacon (always a good idea!), lettuce, tomato and mayo.
You will be able to finish off your meal with their limited edition Apple Pie cookies (I brought mine home for Hubs and he said they were delicious – I knew they certainly smelled good, but then again, Subway cookies have always been awesome), and IZZE sparkling juices, which are available exclusively at Subway. While not low carb, IZZE is made from 100% real fruit juice from concentrate with no added sugar, no preservatives and no caffeine… a better choice than soda.
How will you enjoy your carved turkey at SUBWAY on October 11th?