Little Known Ways To Use Thanksgiving Leftovers
How many times have you ever sat down to any Thanksgiving dinner, whether it was one with a plethora of family, a few close friends or even just by yourself, and eaten the entire meal that was fixed – every last scrap and crumb – in one sitting? It has never happened to me in my lifetime!
In fact, I know that when I am making the annual Thanksgiving feast at my house, I make sure that I deliberately cook enough to ensure that there will be copious leftovers of everything. I love Thanksgiving leftovers! They all just seem to taste better on that second or third day, don’t they?
On the first feast of leftovers, I will pretty much replicate the original meal. By the day, however, most of my favorite goodies are gone. Bye-bye dressing! So long, scalloped oysters! See you next year sweet potato casserole, green bean casserole, corn soufflé, and fluffy fruit salads! I’ll miss you, pumpkin pie!
Now I am almost down to the bare bones of the turkey and that nearly full dish of cranberry relish. So what can I make of those. What new and tempting dish could I possibly create? Here comes Heather’s quirky turkey sandwich to my rescue. Think grilled cheese on steroids and you’ll get the idea!
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Quick Tip: A little bit of horseradish or spicy brown mustard applied to your bread before the cranberry relish would give this sandwich added zing!
Recipe and image courtesy of Heather at Sugar Dish Me