Are you looking for a delicious way to use up your leftover turkey from your Thanksgiving meal? The obvious solution (that also uses up that leftover stuffing) is a Hot Turkey Sandwich! Chock full of ingredients that are leftover from your holiday meal, it’s a great easy dinner for the day after.
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How to Make a Hot Turkey Sandwich
To prepare this mouth-watering meal for four, start by reheating your turkey, stuffing, and gravy!
Next, lay out 4 pieces of white “Texas Toast” style bread on 4 plates. You can toast the bread if desired, but I prefer it fresh.
Now add mayonnaise to each piece and spread it evenly. (This is personal preference, my sister looked at me like I was a monster when I suggested no mayo.)
Next up, pull out that delicious homemade stovetop from Grandma and place it on top of each piece of bread.
Top that with cranberry sauce followed by 1-2 large slices of turkey per sandwich.
Now, hopefully, you kept some leftover gravy but if not, I recommend you prepare some because without it this won’t taste as good. Pour the gravy liberally overtop of everything, add a bit of salt and pepper (as desired), and serve piping hot!
Hope you enjoy it!
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Hot Turkey Sandwiches
- Prep Time
- 10 minutes
- Karlynn Johnston
- 4 slices white bread
- 4-8 large slices cooked turkey reheated
- 1-2 cups stuffing reheated
- 1/2 cup cranberry sauce
- 1 cup turkey gravy reheated
- salt and pepper
- Lay out four pieces of white "Texas toast" style bread and spread mayonnaise over each evenly.
- Next up, add the stuffing in a generous heap to each slice of bread.
- Top that with cranberry sauce followed by 1-2 slices of Turkey.
- Pour gravy liberally over everything and serve!
All calories and info are based on a third party calculator and are only an estimate. Actual nutritional info will vary with brands used, your measuring methods, portion sizes and more.