A Subway Turkey Sandwich with Ham is full of flavor that is a warm and hardy meal. Nothing beats a simple and delicious ham and turkey Subway sandwich topped with melting cheese and fresh vegetables.
With a crispy toasted golden brown sub bun and warm slices of ham-n-turkey, you will devour this whole sandwich. The Blackstone Pizza Oven is perfect for achieving a crispy, delicious copycat ham and turkey Subway sandwich.
Also known as a hoagie sandwich with a twist on a classic lunchmeat sandwich that is loved by many. Use your favorite sliced deli turkey and ham along with your favorite cheese slices to melt over the top.
A Subway sandwich that is easily customizable to make it all your own. This turkey and ham sandwich is topped with shredded lettuce and a squirt of mayo.
How can such a simple sandwich taste so amazing!! This is what Subway has built their business upon.
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Best Turkey and Ham for Subway Sandwich
The best turkey and ham for this Subway sandwich recipe is freshly sliced deli counter meat. Most grocery stores have a deli meat counter.
Locate yours and find out what turkey and ham options that they have. Request samples if they offer them.
My family prefers very thin sliced deli meats. For this sandwich recipe, I used very thin deli ham and turkey.
The types of ham that I like is “cooked ham” or an “off the bone ham”. Other options are honey, home-style, smoked, uncured, brown sugar, black forest, or a Polish ham.
Deli turkey options are oven roasted, maple, smoked, black forest, honey, off the bone turkey breast, uncured, and honey mesquite.
If buying your lunch meats from the deli counter is not an option, then you can purchase packages of pre-sliced meats in the cooler section of the grocery store.
I do not recommend using thick pieces of turkey or ham for this sub sandwich because you will not get the same great flavor.
The Best Cheese for Sub Sandwich?
The choice that I recommend is Provolone or Swiss cheese slices when topping the toasted lunchmeat sandwich. Other cheese slices such as white American, mozzarella, Havarti, or smoked gouda will work.
I prefer regular cheese slices, but I’ve used shredded cheese in a pinch when I run out of the pre-sliced version.
Best Bread for Ham/Turkey Subway Sandwich
Choosing the right bread is very important when making this Subway sandwich. You want a sub bun that is super soft on the inside and has a nice golden-brown outer shell.
Check your local bakery for the best options. Choose a bakery bread that is similar to a Subway sandwich bread.
Optional Sub Sandwich Add-Ons
Want to add a little more flavor to your sandwich? Mix and match one or more of the following:
- Bacon Strips
- Blue Cheese Crumbles
- Bacon Aioli
- Avocado Slices
- Sriracha Aioli
- Vinegar and Oil
- Salt and Pepper
- Diced Bell Peppers, White Onions, or Red Onions
- Sliced Mushrooms
How to Make Blackstone Pizza Oven Ham and Turkey Sub
Learning how to make your own Subway sandwich is super easy! Gather the ingredients to make your turkey Subway sandwich with ham.
Preheat the Blackstone Pizza Oven to medium-low temperature. For one sandwich recipe you will want 2 slices of deli turkey and 2 slices of deli ham.
If needed, cut the sub bun in half the long way. Use softened butter and spread a thin layer on each inside piece of the sub bun.
On a pizza pan lay the two pieces of bun so the butter side is up. Place your turkey and ham deli meat pieces onto one section of the pizza pan.
Cover the deli meat with a couple slices of cheese. Place pizza pan in the center of the preheated pizza oven.
Let cook and watch so that the sandwich pieces do not burn. Cook time is very quick for a sandwich in the Blackstone Pizza Oven.
Once the sub bun is crispy golden-brown and the cheese is melted on top of the lunchmeat, remove the baking pan from the pizza oven with oven mitts.
How to Serve Turkey Subway Sandwich with Ham
Carefully scoop up the melted cheese topped ham and turkey pieces with a spatula and set into the toasty warm sub bun. Top the sub sandwich with your favorite condiments and serve with your favorite side dishes.
I like to add freshly shredded lettuce and an even layer of mayo. Pieces of dill pickle and a handful of potato chips make a great side option to go along with the sub sandwich recipe.
Try my Greek cucumber, tomato, and onion salad, butternut squash soup, and homemade chicken noodle soup.
How to Store Turkey and Ham Sub Sandwich
You may want to make extra sandwiches to have leftovers for a later meal. To store leftovers, make sure that the sandwiches do not have any condiments on it.
Wrap ham, turkey, and cheese sandwich in a piece of paper towel and store in an airtight container or Ziplock bag for up to 4 days.
Eat the deli sandwich cold or warm in the microwave or air fryer until the desired temperature is reached.
More Sandwich Recipes
Sandwiches that are made on the flat top griddle are very popular. Many restaurants prepare their sandwiches on a griddle. Checkout my list of griddle sandwiches that you might like to try.
Grilled Ham and Cheese Sandwich
Pulled Pork Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Ham and Turkey Subway Sandwich – FAQ
Some of the favorite condiment items for your ham turkey sub sandwich are lettuce, spinach, tomato, onion, pickles, pickled peppers, mayo, mustard, or just about anything that you can think of.
Provolone is a great option, but you can use mozzarella, Swiss, gouda, or even white American.
If you are looking for healthy turkey sub options, then substitute the white sub bun for a whole grain bun. Add a lot of fresh vegetables, skip the mayonnaise, and substitute a yellow or Dijon mustard instead. Control the calories by reducing the size of the food being served.
Copycat Turkey Subway Sandwich with Ham Recipe
Get the full recipe and nutrition calories as well as nutrition information below!
Ham and Turkey Subway Sandwich
A Subway Turkey Sandwich with Ham is full of flavor that is a warm and hardy meal. Nothing beats a simple and delicious ham and turkey Subway sandwich topped with melting cheese and fresh vegetables. With a crispy toasted golden brown sub bun and warm slices of ham-n-turkey, you will devour this whole sandwich.
- Sub Bun 1 each
- Butter, Softened 2 teaspoons
- Turkey, Deli 2 slices
- Ham, Deli 2 slices
- Swiss Cheese. 2 slices
- Toppings of Choice
How to Make Blackstone Pizza Oven Ham & Turkey Sub Sandwich
- Gather the ingredients to make your ham and turkey Subway sandwich.
- Preheat the Blackstone Pizza Oven to a medium-low temperature.
- For one sub sandwich recipe you will want 2 thinly slices of deli turkey and 2 thinly slices of deli ham.
- If needed, cut the sub bread bun in half the long way. Use softened butter and spread a thin layer on each piece of the inside sub bun.
- On a pizza pan lay the two pieces of sub bun so the butter side is up. Place your ham and turkey deli meat pieces onto one section of the pizza pan. Cover the deli meat pieces with a couple slices of cheese.
- Place pizza pan in the center of the hot pizza oven. Let cook and watch so that the sandwich does not burn. Sandwich cook time is very quick in the Blackstone Pizza Oven. Once the sub bun is crispy golden-brown and the cheese is melted on top of the lunchmeat, remove the pan from the pizza oven with mitts.
How to Serve the Turkey Subway Sandwich with Ham
- Carefully scoop up the toasted cheese topped ham and turkey pieces with a spatula and set into the toasty warm sub bun.
- Top the turkey sandwich with your favorite fresh vegetables and condiments. I like to add shredded lettuce and a squirt of mayo.
- Serve the sandwich with your favorite side dishes. Pieces of dill pickle and a handful of potato chips make a great side dish option to go along with the turkey/ham sub sandwich recipe.
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Amount Per Serving Calories 735Total Fat 31gSaturated Fat 16gTrans Fat 1gUnsaturated Fat 10gCholesterol 122mgSodium 2147mgCarbohydrates 71gFiber 3gSugar 8gProtein 43g
Note: For exact nutritional information, consult your dietitian. All nutritional information is simply a guideline.
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So good! The step-by-step instructions are just what the kids need to make these when it is their turn to make dinner!
Hit the spot perfectly! I was craving subway today but really didn’t want to go to the effort of driving in. Luckily had all of the ingredients for this on hand and ended up with the perfect lunch!
This was delicious. I love the toasted bun and the gooey cheese on top – so perfect.