Turkey Brie Grilled Cheese Sandwich With Cranberry Mustard – Get the recipe HERE
One of my favorite eats of the holiday seasons is a plump Provisions-like sandwich, jam packed with our families holiday favorites from the night before- turkey, stuffing, cranberrys, mashed potatoes, and more stuffing. EVERYTHING goes in the sammie. This holiday tradition came about when Anne Black, told me about the famed smoked turkey/stuffing/ cranberry sauce & mayo on Portuguese bread, and really is as amazing as it sounds. If you’re not on the island in the Winter, check out some of the recipes below. Try them as a homage to our Provisions turkey terrific favorite from afar.
Enjoy, indulge, and happy Holidays!
Peace + Love,
Leftover Turkey, Brie, Bacon, and Cranberry Sandwich – Get the recipe.
The Ultimate Leftover Turkey Club
Packed with bacon, cheddar cheese, andcranberry sauce, there’s a reason this double-decker club is dubbed the “ultimate.”
Get the recipe at Oh, Sweet Basil.
Waffled Cranberry Cream Cheese Turkey Sandwiches
Feeling the day-after-the holiday blues? This recipe is sure to sweeten up your mood.
Get the recipe at NeighborFood.
Turkey Grilled Cheese with Cranberry and Brie
Holiday leftovers turned into grilled cheese? Yes, please!
Get the recipe at Life Tastes Good.
Turkey, Brie, Pear, and Cherry Chipotle Panini
The special sauce in this sandwich is a mix of cherry jam, adobo sauce, and chipotle peppers.
Get the recipe at Cookin’ Canuck.
Turkey, Brie, and Cranberry Mustard Panini
Grilled Turkey Florentine
Your holiday turkey will taste better than ever when combined with spinach, sautéed mushrooms, and peppered bacon.
Get the recipe at The Recipe Critic.
Loaded Turkey Panini
You’ll want to pinch yourself after tasting how good this yummy panini is.
Get the recipe at Pinch of Yum.
Vegan loaded Holiday Panini – CLICK HERE
Andrew Scrivani for The New York TimesSweet Potato Grilled Cheese
Sandwich King Jeff Mauro’s
Sweet Potato and Toasted Pecan Grilled Cheese
Since sweet potatoes are a staple of most Holiday tables, Chef Mauro thought it was important to make them part of a leftover sandwich. The combination of melted cheese, toasted pecans and mashed sweet potatoes creates a gooey treat that will quickly become a favorite holiday tradition.
8 slices country white bread
2 cups toasted pecans, crushed
Leftover mashed sweet potatoes
8 slices aged Swiss cheese
Leftover French-fried onions from green bean casserole
Chili powder, to taste
4 tablespoons butter, softened
1. Heat nonstick skillet over medium heat.
2. Layer on the bottom slice of bread one slice of Swiss cheese, a schmear of sweet potatoes, crispy onion, a tablespoon of crushed pecans, a couple of pinches of chili powder and another slice of cheese. Place slice of bread on top.
3. Spread both sides of bread with softened butter and griddle each side slowly, until the sandwich is golden and insides are melted and gooey.
Yield: 4 sandwiches.