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- Prep 5min
BySugar and Charm
Updated December 6, 2019
Pillsbury Grands! Biscuits
can (16.3 oz) Pillsbury™ Grands!™ Flaky Layers refrigerated Original biscuits
Turkey, cooked and chopped
Cranberry sauce, prepared
Cheese (your choice), shredded
Bake the biscuits on a lined baking sheet in a 350° F preheated oven for 14 to 17 minutes or until golden brown.
Cut the rolls in half and add the turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce in desired amounts. Top with shredded cheese and mayonnaise to taste.
Place sandwiches back in the oven just a few minutes to heat ingredients and melt cheese. Serve immediately.
- This recipe is delicious on its own, but don’t be afraid to get creative with what you add to this sandwich. Greens like lettuce, spinach or arugula leaves, chopped green onions, fresh parsley or even thinly sliced green apples would be a delicious addition.
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Thanksgiving Leftover Sandwich Recipe
I wanted to share my thanksgiving leftover recipes with you starting with my thanksgiving leftover sandwich!
This creation can be made using classic Thanksgiving leftovers like mashed potatoes, gravy, cranberry sauce and slices of your leftover holiday roast. I reheated my vegan turkey cutlets on the barbeque for a delicious grilled taste, but you can heat up your slices however you want.
Every Thanksgiving I end up cooking enough food for a crowd and ending up with tons of leftovers, and there’s only so many times you can eat reheated plates of the same things.
This year, with even fewer people at my table and more leftover containers in my fridge than I know what to do with, I’m spicing things up with a Thanksgiving Leftovers Burger.
"This is a great, versatile recipe. The apples and veggies in the mix keep it very moist."
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6. Fancy Sandwiches
Turkey sandwiches are obvious musts for using up leftover turkey, but there&aposs no reason why you can&apost make them fancy with flavored mayonnaise. Try these recipes for Basil Aioli and Honey-Mustard Dressing that simply stir flavorings into prepared mayonnaise to create delicious sandwich spreads. Or add some creamy imported cheese and press your turkey sandwiches in a hot grill to make turkey paninis. You can even turn leftover turkey into BBQ sandwiches. The gravy can be added to meat to create a flavorful burger or meatloaf sandwich. Try this recipe for Kentucky&aposs famous Hot Brown sandwich made with roasted turkey.
Maximize Your Thanksgiving Leftovers with Leftover Recipes
It's the day after Thanksgiving, and you've got a pile of leftovers. It's time to take a look at how you can maximize the meals you can make from your leftovers, preferably with the least amount of effort.
Last year we shared a few leftover recipes and now we're back to share a few more. The absolute easiest method of course is to simply throw servings of your leftovers on the plate and heat them back up. If you love a good Thanksgiving meal you can't go wrong with a basic reheat. That said, we've gathered up a few basic recipes here for you to mix up your left overs.
Leftover Thanksgiving Meal Ideas?
Once you've woken from your first triptophan-induced nap and the initial bloat has worn off, you're
Open-Face Turkey Sandwiches: The open-face turkey sandwich is a staple in the leftover playbook. Take a thick slice of bread—some people put a light layer of mayonnaise with a sprinkling of salt and pepper here—mound it up with turkey, pour some gravy over it, and heat the whole thing up in a microwave or toaster oven. You can always go easy on the gravy to minimize the mess and slap another piece on top if you've got a deep seated distrust of an open-face sandwich.
Turkey Dumplings: Dumplings are filling and the recipe is about as simple as it gets. You'll need cooked turkey, all purpose flour, and a package of biscuit dough. Cook the turkey in water until a broth forms, drop in some hunks of biscuit dough, and you're done. You can check out the recipe here .
Pilgrim Pie: Rene Lynch, experimenting with her leftovers, saw that she had almost all the ingredients for a shepherd pie. All the ingredients save for the crust, that is. With a little kitchen ingenuity and some sautéd onions and flour she made a simple dish out of leftover cooked vegetables, diced turkey, and mashed potatoes. You can read more about it here .
Turkey Soup: Turkey soup has a moderate number of ingredients but if you already prepared a Thanksgiving meal the chances of you having all of them on hand is pretty high. Prep for the soup is a bunch of chopping and dicing and then tossing it all in a pot. With enough leftover turkey and a big enough pot you can make quite a batch. You can check out the recipe here .
Turkey, Chestnut, and Barley Soup: If you're in the mood for a heartier soup than a simple turkey broth and turkey mix can provide, this turkey and barley soup is plenty hearty. You can make it using a can of broth or use the carcass leftover from yesterday's festivities. You can check out the recipe here .
Grilled Turkey and Apple Sandwiches: The recipe is actually for chicken sandwiches but turkey is a great stand in. You can grill it in a skillet but it cooks great in a grill press. Flavorful and easy to make, it's a nice way to make leftovers seem less like leftovers. See the recipe here .
Our suggestions should get you started on mixing up your leftovers, but it's certainly not a conclusive list of ways to turn your turkey day leftovers into something fresh and tasty. Let's hear about your favorite leftover recipes in the comments below.