Alex R. Hernandez Jr. - November 2019


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Thanksgiving may be held on Thursday, but the food often lasts at least through the weekend. To make the best use of the excess, grill up some killer turkey sandwiches.


2 slices sourdough bread

3 tbsp leftover cranberry sauce

2 tbsp Dijon mustard

1/3 cup leftover dressing or stuffing

2 slices Swiss cheese

2 tbsp leftover gravy

1/3 cup shredded leftover turkey

1 tbsp butter, room temperature

Note: Don’t worry if you don’t have all the leftovers required.

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1. Coat inside of each bread slice with mustard and a slice of cheese. Place turkey and cranberry sauce on one slice and dressing and gravy on the other.

2. Combine sandwich and spread butter on both sides.

3. In a panini maker or large skillet, grill until crispy and golden brown.

4. Slice and serve.

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