Leftover Turkey Sandwich Recipe

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Chef Tom takes a little inspiration from the hit 1990s sitcom Friends and cooks up a leftover turkey sandwich so good that you’ll want to make a turkey dedicated to it.

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  1. Pan Darius Kairos
    Pan Darius Kairos says:

    That looked pretty amazing, here's my version (inspired by this, I've never used a "moistmaker" before).

    Bottom slice:

    Cream cheese
    Cranberry/orange sauce
    Sausage stuffing
    Dark turkey meat

    Moist maker

    Top slice:

    Dijon
    Crispy fried mashed potato pancake (sweet potato works)
    Dill pickle
    White meat
    Smoked gouda

    Grill with plenty butter.

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  2. Jeff Hawarden
    Jeff Hawarden says:

    We've been doing this since I was a wee one some 51 odd years ago. Pop always called these turkey bombs….but mom soaked the stuffing, not the extra bread…
    Your cranberry orange relish is hers to the t.

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  3. rneustel
    rneustel says:

    Wow, that looks phenomenal, but I'll bet my husband wouldn't eat it. He usually eats each component separately and completely finishes each part before he eats a different one. I usually have a central zone where everything gets mixed.

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  4. handcannon
    handcannon says:

    I'm glad someone else knows about "food lube". I always end my order at Subway with "and for lube, I want…" It never fails to elicit a look somewhere between puzzlement and disgust. Sorry, folks but those condiments not only add flavor, but they also make it easier to swallow big bites of sandwich without choking. Unpleasant fact, but a fact nonetheless.

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  5. RosieLadyKnits
    RosieLadyKnits says:

    Pausing at 3:24 the adding of the red wine vinegar, does it help balance the tartness of the cranberries? Or serve another purpose? Nice recipe!! And I think I love leftover Thanksgiving food more than Thanksgiving Day food itself.

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