Thanksgiving is over in Canada, on its way in America. But what is to be done with the leftovers? This Turkey Sandwich is a filling and fantastic way use up that leftover turkey in a way that isn’t reminiscent of a big plate filled to overflowing with mashed potatoes and cranberry sauce. There’s nothing like a turkey sandwich when you have leftovers. But that can get boring if you’ve had a few turkey dinners over the holidays. Mix it up a little with this amazing sandwich. It’s got everything you could want. Buttery bread, melty-gooey cheese, tender and flavourful vegetables and meat, heaps and heaps of meat!
Okay this was absolutely delicious. I have an obsession with sourdough bread. Like OB-SEH-SHUN! I actually had to cut the recipe down a little. There were only two of us eating that night, so I sliced the bread and toasted it, then melted the cheese onto it. Followed by the leftover turkey that has been grilled to reheat. The Fire-Roasted Tomato Salsa was gloriously garlic-y. Like it was intense, even after brushing our teeth.
How did you handle your leftovers from Thanksgiving? Leave a comment and let us know what you did with what was left after your big meal. Was it different, like this? Or was it just microwaved with the fixings?
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