Turkey Croissants With Cranberry Salsa

"I make these for my customers who like turkey breast, and if you have leftover holiday turkey, you can use up your leftover cranberry sauce, as well."
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  • Cut croissants in half, length-wise.
  • Slather 1/4 of the cranberry sauce on one side of a croissant and 1/4 of the mayonnaise on the other half.
  • Layer the sandwich with 1/4th of the turkey, a slice of cheese, lettuce and tomato.
  • Cut in half and serve.

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  1. Yummy sandwich! We sometimes use tortillas to make wraps... very good. Tastes like Thanksgiving in a sandwich!
  2. Very, very good. I opted for Muenster over provolone and glad I did, the creaminess was a perfect blend with the cranberry sauce. Thank You CookinCowgirl!


Own a small catering company in Dallas called "Cookin Cowgirls," specializing in Tex-Mex, Southwestern, American regional, BBQ, and tropical foods. Grew up riding horses, but can hardly haul my big *** up on one now. The name for my company was my brother's idea. Having been in corporate America for years, now that I'm older, I have zero interest in the rat race, and only work when I have to. I am a former screenwriter, with 3 movies produced, but prefer cooking. I'm a movie buff, opera and golden oldies music lover, and a political junkie. For fun, I read mysteries and thrillers, watch old movies, and play with my birds, who otherwise would chew the condo down around my ears, if left to their own devices. Also, I am working on a Texas sauce/salsa/dressing cookbook I want to self-publish. I like to read cookbooks, but now mostly collect recipes off the net, especially virtualcities, epicurious, and now, recipezaar. The cookbook I have used recently the most is "American Classics." I love to create new recipes and kitchen test them on my hapless friends and relatives. Haven't lost anyone yet! Re: Food TV shows - I think Iron Chef is irritating, and Emeril is contrived. Would rather watch someone cook who isn't putting on a big performance.
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