Turkey Cranberry Sandwich
Every year during the winter holidays we always seem to have leftover turkey. The reason is because we always have at least a 20 pound bird for Thanksgiving and sometimes we may even cook another turkey for Christmas dinner. So, in the grand scheme of things, that’s a lot of turkey! That’s when I have to get creative with the leftovers. I make soups, stews, enchiladas, and even turkey lasagna.
One of my favorite ways of preparing leftover turkey is a turkey sandwich. I got my idea from a local deli in town that offers Turkey Cranberry Sandwiches on their menu. Whenever I stop there for lunch, that’s the sandwich that I generally like to order. The turkey cranberry sandwich is piled high with fresh sliced turkey, tangy cranberry relish, and melt in your mouth cream cheese. My version of the Turkey Cranberry Sandwich is a bit different for I like to use blueberry bread instead of white bread. If you can’t find blueberry bread just keep in mind that it also tastes great on raisin bread. So, the next time you happen to have leftover turkey, make this sandwich. You’ll be glad that you did! Enjoy! Tessa
- 1/4 pound sliced turkey (no bones)
- 2 Tbs cream cheese
- 2 Tbs cranberry relish
- 2 slices of bread (I used blueberry bread)
On one slice of bread, pile on your turkey. Add the cream cheese and then the cranberry relish. Top with remaining bread, slice in half and serve. Makes one delicious sandwich!
*** Note: ingredient amounts are an approximation.