Turkey/ Cranberry/ Dressing Panini

Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins

After the ball - when it is quiet again - and we would like another taste of the turkey - try one of these sandwiches! They are great, taken from NapaStyle Inc. & then tweaked. When I posted the recipe had to guess at quantites, so please adjust to your own palette.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Spread two slices of bread with thin layer of cold gravy.
  2. Layer the sandwiches with slices of turkey, stuffing, more gravy and cranberry sauce, to taste.
  3. Season with salt & pepper and top with chopped sage leaves.
  4. Spread a thick layer of cranberry sauce on the other slices of bread.
  5. Butter sides of the sandwich, on the outside; then toast on a preheated sandwich grill, a cast iron skillet or non-stick frying pan, pressing firmly on each side until golden brown.
Most Helpful

A delicious way to visit Thanksgiving dinner on a bun. I did not use all the butter that was called for. I just put a thin coating on the buns. I used Sourdough Hamburger Buns for the bun and the George Forman grill as a panini press. I was fortunate enough to have fresh sage.

PaulaG November 23, 2007

I have made a similar sandwich before using cranberry stuffing. It is a good sandwich...I wouldn't call it my favourite though!

Ethan's Mom November 21, 2007

I have made this before without the sage (don't like it) and the sandwich was great!!!

DragonLady2000 November 20, 2007

Thanksgiving Tips & Ideas >

Make Sides They'll Be Thankful For
How-To: Tackle Turkey Intimidation
Apple, Pumpkin & Pecan Pie: Oh My!