I have a few "go-to"'s that I rotate through, but I'll usually try one of their new sandwiches when those come out.
Hence, the turkey sausage sandwich.
The default bread for the turkey sausage sandwich is an English muffin. I might try it out on a bagel or something in the future.
But I don't know why it's any different from a regular sausage sandwich. It might be a little spicier. Is turkey sausage healthier?
I don't really know what sets it apart.
But I'll tell you what I do know: a few years ago Dunkin' Donuts had a maple sausage sandwich on a bagel that might very well have been the greatest sandwich to ever grace this earth. I feel like it's a fall sandwich...but it hasn't been seen since.
I hope they bring that back.
It's better than the turkey sausage sandwich.