Theresa's Mixed Nuts: Leftover Turkey Sandwich with Cranberry Spread

Friday, November 27, 2020

Leftover Turkey Sandwich with Cranberry Spread

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I really considered making a pecan pie for Thanksgiving this year. I had my recipe ready, bought all of the ingredients, and then the family told me they didn't want pecan pie. They wanted peanut butter pie. Ugh!  I didn't want the big bag of pecans that I had purchased to go to waste, but luckily I had some leftover cranberries and this great recipe from Golden Blossom Honey on hand that is going to make using up leftovers a lot easier this year. So, if you're sitting at home today putting up your holiday decorations like we will be, take a few minutes to head to the kitchen for a leftover Turkey Sandwich with Cranberry Spread for lunch today. 

After Thanksgiving, you know you're going to be eating the same thing again and again for the next several days. This cranberry spread is a great way to liven up and make good use of your meal leftovers. If you're not into mayonnaise (my best friend refuses to let a jar enter her home) you could easily replace the mayo with cream cheese for an equally delicious breakfast spread. Either way, it's a quick and easy way to enjoy the flavors of the season, morning, noon and night.

Ingredients

Spread:
1/2 cup mayonnaise (lite or regular)
1/3 cup fresh cranberries, coarsely chopped
2 tablespoons GOLDEN BLOSSOM RAW HONEY
2 tablespoons pecans, coarsely chopped
salt and pepper to taste

8 slices pumpernickel or whole grain bread
8 thick slices turkey, home cooked or home-style baked from deli
Boston lettuce leaves
 
 

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25 comments:

  1. The colours are so lovely and shiny, and look at those little golden pumpkins around the plate! That big knife handle on the second photo does scare me, but knives on your photos always scare me, deary LOL

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    1. Those plates were some cheap plastic ones that I picked up at the discount store. I think I got like 12 of them for $2. But they do photograph nicely, don't they?

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  2. That sounds yummy! We ate a lot of the leftovers today and my son and his wife are taking some back with them on Sunday. I froze the leftover turkey and will make soup and turkey tetrazzini with it.

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    1. Our bird was really small this year, so there wasn't too much left over other than for a few sandwiches. I like the idea of freezing for soups and tetrazzini. I should have gotten a few extra pounds to do that myself!

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  3. I like leftover turkey sandwiches but I don't like cranberries.

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    1. Cranberries, I think, are either a love them or hate them deal. I'm not sure there's an in between.

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  4. That is a great way to liven up the leftovers! I love the plates. I hope you and your family had a wonderful holiday celebration!

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    1. Thanks, Rosey! Hope you had a great Thanksgiving too!

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  5. This looks like a great way to save those Thanksgiving leftovers. I've made so many home deliveries so that food would not go to waste. My father and husband went hunting this weekend so they'll be eating first class food for the next few days. LOL

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    1. A weekend without the hubs? Where do I sign up for that? LOL

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  6. An extra spread can liven it up. But as far as eating same thing every day, yeah, do that no matter the time of year lol

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  7. Yum, one of the best meals are made from leftovers!

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  8. I made two types of sandwiches. One was sliders. I mixed cranberries with cream cheese, and spread it on one section. Added turkey, caramelized red onions, spinach leaves, and Swiss cheese. Then I painted the top of the buns with butter, sprinkled garlic salt on there. Cooked them at 350, for about 25 min. So good!

    Then I did crescent rolls with turkey salad + crasins.

    I like leftovers, from Thanksgiving more than Thanksgiving it’s self.

    Isaak said yesterday, “Can we finally have something good?” Apparently he doesn’t like Thanksgiving food. I was cutting up salads, and he’s like, “There’s a start.”

    I don’t know why, but I’m signed into google, and no face comes up. This is Alissa

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    1. I'm with you on thinking the leftovers are better than the actual meal itself. Maybe it's because I'm too tired from hours of cooking to actually enjoy the meal and the leftovers basically make themselves.

      Your food sounds mouthwatering good!

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  9. this looks delicious and beautiful Theresa!!!

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  10. OK, I've got all of these ingredients in my fridge right now, so I'm trying this!

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  11. Beautiful - Thanx For Sharing - Snapped A Few Photos Of My Leftover Creations - Be Well And Happy December

    Cheers

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  12. Thank you so much for the recipe!

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  13. The right way to process leftovers into more delicious dishes.
    I love this smart idea 👍

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