What can you do with leftover turkey and ham from Thanksgiving? The readers of the BellaOnline Sandwiches Forum have been working on ideas for these leftovers all year long. Itís amazing how creative that they are!
One of the best things about Thanksgiving is the leftovers. One of the worst things about Thanksgiving is the leftovers. At first, all of the leftovers look so good, and you just want to make plates and microwave them for every meal. Then, boredom sets in. What could you do thatís different, and maybe just a little bit quirky with those leftovers?
Try these sandwich ideas! These are the basic ideas that our readers put together. Some of them are made with turkey, and others have ham. There are even sandwiches that have both. Now, itís your turn to exercise your unique creativity to build the real deal.
Turkey and Ham Sandwich Ideas
*Turkey, bacon, lettuce, and tomato with Provolone on Wheat Toast
*Turkey on a croissant with mango mayo.
Warm turkey, stuffing, and cranberry salad in a flour tortilla wrap.
*Turkey grilled on Rye.
*Turkey on a freshly baked roll with leftover stuffing.
*Turkey and melted Gouda with butter lettuce and tomato in a high fiber tortilla wrap.
*Turkey salad with mayo, finely chopped pear, and toasted pecans on a croissant with butter lettuce.
*Hot open-faced turkey, mashed potatoes, and gravy on white bread.
*Turkey, bacon, and Swiss with lettuce, tomato, and honey mustard in a garden veggie wrap.
*Grilled turkey, ham, and Swiss on sourdough with mayonnaise.
*Deli sliced Virginia ham, thinly sliced turkey, and baby Swiss, dressed with pickles, onions, olive, jalapenos, tomato, and shredded lettuce with zesty Italian dressing on a sourdough roll.
*Ham from Virginia grilled with Colby cheese on a sourdough roll. (You slice the roll and turn it cut side out.)
*Sun dried tomato wrap with turkey, Swiss cheese, smoked ham, lettuce, and tomato.
*Deviled ham open-faced on toasted baguette slices.
*Onion Kaiser roll with ham salad, tomato, lettuce, and pickles.
*Smoked Gouda, sliced turkey, and bacon grilled between slices of rye bread.
*Slivered ham with Swiss cheese on pumpernickel
*Spinach dip (made from Knorr soup mix) on pumpernickel covered with shaved ham and turkey.
*Portuguese roll toasted and stuffed with chopped turkey, ham, Swiss cheese, and honey mustard
Your leftover Thanksgiving meats donít have to become stale and boring. Put them into sandwiches, and make those sandwiches into tasty and exciting holiday meals. May your time with friends and family be relaxed and happy. Sandwich meals can help with that!
Be sure to tell us about your sandwich creativity at the BellaOnline Sandwiches Forum.