Open Faced Turkey Sandwich
This is my new favorite sandwich! We had friends over for leftovers after Thanksgiving and I made these sandwiches for dinner. They were unbelievably tasty. I layered my mom’s rolls with cranberry jelly, stuffing, turkey and gravy. I didn’t have any homemade gravy so I used a packet of turkey gravy and it tasted great. The combination of flavors and textures was absolutely delicious. Our friends really loved them and so did my husband and I.
- Mom’s rolls
- Cranberry sauce
- Turkey gravy (I used a packet mix), prepared per instructions
Prepare gravy per instructions or warm up leftover homemade gravy if you have it. Cut the roll in half and spread each side with cranberry sauce. Layer with warm stuffing then turkey. Cover with gravy. Enjoy!
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I’ll be passing this on to Mary at One Perfect Bite. I recently found Mary’s blog and I love it. Not only does she share great stories and memories but she also has fantastic recipes with amazing photographs. Be sure to visit her site.