Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and there are usually a few leftovers that will need to be used, so why not make deliciously flavorful Thanksgiving Leftover Sandwiches? Thanksgiving Leftover Sandwiches are so simple to make and taste fantastic.
One of my favorite things to do is use a quality crusty yet super soft artesian roll and pile it high with delicious Cajun seasoned white turkey breast meat, sage stuffing, cranberries, and yes, a few mashed potatoes, a splash of homemade turkey gravy, and maybe some cheese. So darn good!
There is nothing in this world that compares to comfort food all bundled together on a wonderfully fresh Artesian roll. It’s one of my favorite parts of the Thanksgiving holiday. I am not having to cook anything yet have so many beautiful foods to use. I don’t know about you, but that is an Epic win in my book. How about you?
There are several fantastic brands of Artesian Rolls at the market these days you can pick up and lightly toast in a preheated oven for a few moments on 350 degrees F to 400 degrees F. Or you can stop at the bakery if you want or even make your homemade rolls. It’s really up to you.
I usually take the easy way out of making the rolls, buy them at the market and toast them up in the oven or stop at the bakery. I want to enjoy my Friday after Thanksgiving, vegging out on the couch. It’s usually my lazy day. After cooking up a storm and cleaning up, I need a lazy day. I think we all do the day after Thanksgiving, don’t we?
Look at this fantastic Thanksgiving Leftover Sandwich, piled high with all the flavors we love on Thanksgiving day. I’m telling you for me; it’s the perfect way to use up the items I love and have a great tasting lunch or dinner item that takes a few short minutes to assemble.
What are some of the ideas you use for repurposing leftovers on the holidays? Let me know in the comments!
Ingredients needed for my Thanksgiving Leftover Sandwiches
Leftover Cajun seasoned turkey breast or meat
Leftover Homemade Sage stuffing
Leftover Mashed potatoes
Leftover Whole cranberry sauce or cranberry sauce
Freshly Baked Artisan Rolls
Goats cheese or your favorite cheese
Leftover Homemade turkey gravy
Toast or heat the Artisan Rolls until golden brown on 350 degrees or 400 degrees F
Split the rolls add lettuce, pile high turkey, sage stuffing, mashed potatoes, cranberries, cheese, and homemade turkey gravy.
Thanksgiving Leftover Sandwiches
- 4 Artisan Rolls freshly Baked
- 12 ounces Cajun seasoned turkey breast or meat leftover
- 1 ½ cups Homemade Sage stuffing leftover
- 1 cup Mashed potatoes leftover
- ¾ cup Whole cranberry sauce or cranberry sauce leftover
- Goats cheese optional
- Homemade turkey gravy leftover, optional
- Lettuce optional
- Toast or heat the Artisan Rolls until golden brown on 350 degrees or 400 degrees F
- Split the rolls add lettuce, pile high turkey, sage stuffing, mashed potatoes, cranberries, cheese, and homemade turkey gravy.
Suggested recipes to try:
- Southern Broccoli and Rice Casserole is a Southern favorite in our home, and one of our most beloved recipes passed down from one generation to the next; made with long grain rice, fresh never frozen broccoli, sautéed Vidalia onions, sharp white cheddar, mild yellow cheddar, sour cream, low sodium vegetable broth, and topped with seasoned breadcrumbs before being baked to perfection.
- Honey and Orange Glazed Baby Carrots are the perfect side dish for your dinner table. The warm Honey and Orange essence on delicious baby carrots is a delightful all-around ideal flavor for this fantastic carrot-based side dish that will go with your next meal.
- Southern Corn Pudding Casserole is the delicious iconic classic casserole that was made by grannie, especially for Sunday dinners, holidays, and church potlucks, that has a sweet, cheesy golden layer, and a delicious, creamy corn center that everyone loved.
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