A delicious and satisfying way to use up Thanksgiving leftovers. Used leftover homemade cornbread dressing, smoked turkey and homemade turkey gravy piled high on lightly toasted Wonder bread.
I scaled this down for two, then added the stuffing mix, cooked turkey and gravy to two slices of bread, topped with two more slices of bread and cooked them in my sandwich-maker. Very tasty. Made for Gimme 5.
Hello Karen =^-^=, hope I got it right! What I didn't get right was that I forgot to post a review three months ago - we had a dinner for a resident (who was in very bad shape!) & he requested a Thanksgiving meal - it was delicous as was your sandwhich, the day after. I did add cranberry sauce and it was awesome! They taste even better when it isn't the season! I used homemade stuffing & garvy and it was delicious, thanks for posting, Diane :)
I think this is better than the original turkey dinner, and I serve it with cranberry sauce and whatever fresh veg I have on hand. Really delicious. Like bmcnichol, I omit the bread slices because, let's face it, stuffing IS bread!
when i woke up today i had leftovers on the brain. I didnt have any normal bread but i had thick sliced texas toast bread - which was better because i coule pile it higher! lol. I cut it down to one serving, used homemade cornbread dressing, leftover turkey and even threw some yams mixed with mashed potatoes on too because i like the yam gravy more then turkey gravy. I ate it with a fork and knife on a plate because nothing really wanted to stay atop the bread lol but thats half the fun. thanks for the recipe karen
This was good and easy to fix. I used leftover stuffing, turkey and gravy. I didn't add the slice of bread as I thought it seemed like too much bread. I put stuffing down on the plates, then topped with turkey and gravy and heated in the microwave. Everyone ate it up. I love quick, easy and tasty!