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This recipe is great for using up that last bit of leftover turkey
To make filling combine turkey, onion, dressing and seasoning. Spread filling on four slices of bread and top each with another slice. Beat eggs and milk together. Dip sandwiches in egg mixture and fry in butter until golden brown.
|Time:||10 Minutes Preparation Time|
5 Minutes Cooking Time
Source: an old fundraiser cookbook
By Mother of 5 from Nova Scotia
Everyone will be jealous of your lunch!
Using a knife or sharp spoon, scoop out the inside of the top half of the loaf, leaving only a shell. Spread stuffing into this shell, replacing the scooped out bread. (about 1/4 to 1/2" of stuffing is usually perfect, but use whatever makes you happy!) Mix together mayonnaise and cranberry sauce in a small bowl. (2 parts mayonnaise to every 1 part of cranberry) Spread this evenly on the bottom half of the bread. Top the cranberry-mayonnaise mixture with turkey slices. Drizzle the turkey with a light coating of gravy. (or a heavy one if you wish - what the heck, it's the holidays!) Top the sandwich with the stuffing-filled top loaf of bread.
A great way to use leftover turkey!
Note: This is a great recipe for the crock-pot and excellent for sandwiches for a large group. Double the recipe for a whole turkey.
Source: Old family recipe book with my additions.
By Jamie and John from Minneapolis, MN
This is a suggestion for leftover turkey.
Put in next 7 ingredients into bowl. Mix well. Add onion. Stir gently.
Divide among buns. Wrap each bun in foil wrap. Heat in 350 degrees F oven for about l5 minutes until heated through.
Source: A friend Jean
By Raymonde from North Bay, Ontario
In medium bowl, combine all ingredients and blend gently to combine. Cover tightly and refrigerate. To use, scoop filling out of bowl with slotted spoon. Wonderful and very healthy on whole wheat pitas or on crusty french bread.