Recipe by SHOCKLEY1
"This recipe makes a hot, delicious sandwich with a Thanksgiving taste!"
Watch video tips and tricks
sliced deli turkey meat
jellied cranberry sauce
It would be everlasting nice if someone who actually MADE the recipe would rate it instead of those who changed it 'because that's just me' or some other BS. The recipe as it is written is a solid 4.5... but I gave it a 5 because of all the other idiots who had to rate their own recipes without making the recipe as posted. I really don't care if you don't like tomatoes and cranberry sauce together, obviously someone did or they would not have posted the recipe. And you are missing out if you don't at least broaden your palate and TRY it the way it was written. That is what rating recipes is about, not your own personal idiosyncrasies!
instead of provolone cheese, i use smoked gouda - it compliments the turkey and the bacon perfectly. i also omit the lettuce and tomato. my favorite sandwich of all time :)
The only thing I changed was to omit the tomatoes.
The sandwiches were delicious! I eyeballed all the other amounts. Four stars because I wouldn't mix tomatoes and cranberries.
Hands down one of my favorite leftover ideas. The bacon is a great addition. The only thing I changed was I added stone ground mustard instead of Mayo, but that's just me! Thanks for the recipe!
My husbands favorite sandwich of all time. Rather than toasting the bread in the broiler I spread a thin layer of mayonnaise on the cut side of the bread and toast it in a non stick skillet.
I thought this tasted pretty good. I made it to use up some Thanksgiving turkey and homemade cranberry sauce I had made. I used lite mayo and butter and just added it to taste. I didn't think the ingredients all blended together, but what made this sandwich was the cranberry sauce. I will definitely use that as a condiment, in the future, on a turkey sandwich.
One of my all-time favorites, although I did modify mine a little. I did not use the butter and mayonnaise. I used cream cheese instead. I added finely chopped celery to the cream cheese to give it a little crunch because I also did not use the bacon. I love bacon, but I didn't have any. It really doesn't matter too much what you use as long as you keep the turkey and the cranberry sauce. That combination is heavenly. It's very good on any seeded bread. Very hearty and rustic that way. I also added alfalfa sprouts.
great turkey club!!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Turkey Sandwiches with Cranberry Sauce
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 592
Holiday cookies, cakes, pies, and breads. Get recipes and inspiration.
Get time-saving recipes to save your busy life.
Find just the right recipes for your holiday get-togethers.
See how to make mango cranberry sauce with a secret kick.
Make this easy, crowd-pleasing cranberry sauce.
See how to make a classic holiday cranberry sauce.