I think of a recipe as something that requires measurements and specific amounts of this and that, but since this sandwich is absolved from all of that fussiness, I guess you would actually call it a non-recipe. I list below about how much of each component I use for reference but the beauty of this non-recipe is that you can use as much of each ingredient that you think looks good.
Please allow me to introduce you to my new favorite sandwich – the Turkey Apple Reuben Quesadilla. Truth be told, I have a thing with quesadillas – specifically, I make everything into quesadillas. Why? For starters, it’s a really tasty way to use up lots of miscellaneous bits of leftovers. You put in a little of this, a little of that, add some cheese, and dinner is done. Just about anything tastes good when it is wrapped up in a crispy tortilla and covered in melty cheese, am I right? Yes, of course I am, because a quesadilla maximizes the ratio of toasty shell to warm melty interior, and that’s just where it’s at friends.