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Turkey Sandwich with Cranberry Relish

5 September 2008 2 Comments

Our favorite after-Thanksgiving sandwich. The main virtue is that it uses all of the leftover ingredients sitting around from the main Thanksgiving feast. Some people tire of turkey sandwiches quickly, but usually the turkey’s gone long before we’d like it to be.

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Yield

1 sandwich

Ingredients

  • Roast Turkey With Oranges And Onions or Smoked Turkey
  • Stuffing With Pine Nuts
  • Cranberry Orange Relish
  • Mustard
  • Mayonnaise
  • 2 slices San Luis Sourdough
  • cheese (optional)

Directions

Toast the bread. Spread one side with cranberry relish and mustard. Spread other side with mayonnaise. If using cheese, place on one slice of bread and broil quickly to melt. If turkey is cold, mix with a little gravy and microwave on low power for a minute or two to warm and moisten. Place turkey and stuffing on one side of bread. Top with other side.

Variations

Add a little horseradish, a little dab of gravy, or tomatoes.

2 Comments »

  • Gush said:

    Omg ew

    lol jk looks good

  • Um said:

    This turkey sammich looks good. Mmmmm… I want turkey sammich now. F*ck man i’m hungry

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