Welcome to the November Recipe Round-Up!
Boy do we have some fabulous Family Favorite Thanksgiving Recipes to share with you today. Looking for Easy Family Dinner Ideas? With the theme being Family Favorites I had to share with you the recipe I look forward to most when I think of Thanksgiving. It’s the one that comes the day AFTER Thanksgiving but it’s my favorite none the less.
It’s all the things I love on my Thanksgiving dinner plate- all pulled together in to this FABULOUS sandwich.
You have to make it on a grilled french loaf- it’s the only thing that can handle the contents without falling apart.
It’s so good that I usually roast a turkey sometime late spring just because I want the sandwich & I can’t wait for November.
I’m telling you- your eyes will roll to the back of your head with this one!!! 🙂 You’re welcome!!
Pilgrim Butty ~ Thanksgiving Leftover Sandwich
- 1 french loaf - cut into sandwich size pieces
- 1/4 stick butter - melted
- Cream Cheese
- Leftover turkey
- Jellied Cranberry Cider
- Frenches Fried Onions
- Simple Turkey Gravy
- Brush your french loaf with your melted butter, sprinkle with some granulated garlic & salt & grill in pan or place in broiler for 3-5 minutes.
- Remove from heat & allow to cool slightly.
- Spread on cream cheese.
- Add turkey, jellied cranberry cider, olives & fried onions.
- Drizzle a little turkey gravy over the top before placing your top piece of bread on.
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I’m sharing this as part of our November’s Recipe Round-Up. Want more Thanksgiving Recipes???
Pumpkin Chip Cream Pie from Let’s Dish
Cranberry Orange Martini from One Martini at a Time
Pilgrim Butty – Thanksgiving Leftover Sandwich from Kleinworth & Co.
Snickers Caramel Apple Salad from In the Moment With
Vegetarian Friendly Thanksgiving Ideas from Random-osity
Sweet Potato Casserole with Pecan Streusel from Joyful Healthy Eats
Cranberry Sauce from Little by Little
Garlic Cheese Dip Appetizer from Nap-Time Creations
Grandma’s Jello Salad from More Than Simply Living
Baked Sweet Potatoes topped with Whipped Maple Butter & Toasted Pecans from The Well Floured Kitchen
Pumpkin Rolls from Rainy Day Cravings
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Tamar Strauss-Benjamin says
Now that is a creative way to use leftovers without folks saying they are bored of them!
more than simply living says
This sounds so good! Perfect for the day after Thanksgiving. I’ll have to be sure to have the French Loaf on hand so we can make this with our leftovers. 🙂
Just amazing! This is why leftovers are the best part of Thanksgiving.
Kim Cunningham says
Yum! Always looking for good ways to use up leftovers. This looks savory and good!
Krista @ Joyful Healthy Eats says
you crack me up… my eyes nearly did roll in the back of my head from looking at this. 🙂 Totally gonna try this this year with all the leftovers, minus the olives. Pinned!
Yum! And I love olives. Looks like a great day-after-Thanksgiving meal!
Emily Thompson says
gina! This sandwich looks amazing! any time of year ;o) I’m finally getting around to all the links in the round up… so many yummy ones this month!!! Emily
Micha @ Cookin' Mimi says
I really think the leftovers are the best part of Thanksgiving dinner. This sandwich looks fabulous.
Kim Anderson says
The Cranberry part looks so delicious! I’m going to have to pick up some tasty bread and be prepared to make these the day after thanksgiving for them men folk!
Stephanie Jackson says
I can’t wait for left overs!