Turkey and Cranberry Sandwich

"This is a great recipe to use up leftover Thanksgiving food! I really love it. It is also really good with smoked turkey. Although I have listed jellied cranberry sauce, feel free to use cranberry relish that you made. The jellied type just stays on the sandwich better!"
 
Turkey and Cranberry Sandwich created by teresas
Ready In:
5mins
Ingredients:
7
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Spread dijon mustard on one slice of bread, mayonnaise on the other slice of bread.
  • Place turkey (as much as you'd like), then cranberry, sprouts, and cheese if using.
  • Place the other slice of bread on top. Enjoy!

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  1. Shuzbud
    What a way to jazz up leftovers! I really liked the alfalfa sprouts (I believe it's the same as what we call cress) as they gave a nice texture alongside the creamy cheese. Thanks breezermom!
     
  2. teresas
    Yummy! I omitted the cheese and cut the turkey amount down in hopes of lowering the calorie count. I used a double fiber bread. I was surprised that the mustard worked in this sandwich. Thanks for posting. :)
     
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    Turkey and Cranberry Sandwich Created by teresas
  4. Debbwl
    Thoroughly enjoyed this sandwich. Adding provolone and alfalfa sprouts brings a whole new dimension to the traditional turkey and cranberry sandwich. Thanks so much for the post.
     
  5. KateL
    5 Stars, this is a tasty he-man sandwich with good contrast of tastes and textures. I have a hearty appetite, but half a sandwich would have been plenty for me. I like the order of the ingredients: the turkey needs the mustard to counteract its blandness, while the provolone can hold its own next to mayonnaise. I prefer whole cranberry sauce or relish to jellied cranberry sauce. A quarter-pound of sliced turkey is twice as much as one serving, so I would cut back on that, as well as the cranberry jelly. I used Roman Meal's Honey Wheatberry Bread, which went well with this. Thank you for posting, breezermom! Made for Susiecat too's "Fall Flavors" party in Potluck Tag.
     

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