Now if you are like me, you cooked a turkey that was way to big for your family. Ours was a gift from our son in law, Jose. He bought us a twenty three pound bird and it was way too big, even though we fed a crowd. So for the last couple of days, we have been experimenting with turkey sandwiches. Now my husband Leo loves turkey sandwiches but he is a generic kind of guy and likes just plain turkey with mayo.
I hope this helps you get rid of some of those turkey leftovers and I hope your family loves your sandwiches as much as my family did.
Editor's Note: Sorry that we didn't get this up in time for Christmas leftovers. Hopefully some of you have a bargain turkey in the freezer that needs some inspiration.
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A deliciously simple appetizer or main dish for a party or luncheon. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Spray coat a long cake or biscuit pan.
Spread one of the bread slices with dressing. Top with lettuce, tomato, and turkey; cover with remaining bread slice.
Combine turkey, onion, oregano, mint, parsley, lemon pepper, garlic, and lemon juice. Shape into balls and cook in skillet 8-10 minutes.
Melt margarine in pan. Add flour to make creamy consistency. Add milk until thickened, then add cheese. Toast bread slices and butter them. Put turkey and asparagus on toast.
It's good and easy. Spread slices of bread with mayo or whatever condiment you like. On one slice of bread, pile on the turkey, bacon, and cheese.
Melt the butter in a skillet and cook the onion, celery and bread crumbs in it until they are golden. Stir in the turkey, salt and pepper to taste, and enough gravy or broth to make it hold together.