Roast Turkey Club Sandwich with Cranberry Sauce

Roast Turkey Club Sandwich with Cranberry Sauce
One of my favourite parts about the Thanksgiving dinner has to be enjoying the leftovers for the rest of the week and in particular the turkey leftovers. Inevitably the first thing that I do with the leftover breast meat is make roast turkey club sandwiches and they always includes a healthy dose of homemade cranberry sauce! There is just something magical about the combo of turkey, cranberry sauce, mayonnaise, crisp lettuce and juicy tomatoes and I am hopelessly addicted to it! Over the last week I have enjoyed a number of these sandwiches and for a few of them I decided to play around a bit by making them more like turkey club sandwiches by adding bacon.

Roast Turkey Club Sandwich with Cranberry Sauce
Just look at all of that beautiful cranberry sauce!

Roast Turkey Club Sandwich with Cranberry Sauce
Also good with peameal bacon!

Roast Turkey Club Sandwich with Cranberry Sauce

Roast Turkey Club Sandwich with Cranberry Sauce

A roast turkey sandwich with bacon, lettuce, tomato and cranberry sauce. The perfect way to enjoy leftover turkey!


Servings: makes 1 sandwich

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 0 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

Printable Recipe
Ingredients
  • 2 slices bread or a bun, optionally lightly toasted
  • 2 slices roast turkey breast, warm
  • 2-3 strips bacon, cooked
  • 1 tablespoon cranberry sauce
  • 2 slices tomato
  • 1 leaf lettuce
  • 1 tablespoon mayonnaise
Directions
  1. Assemble the sandwich and enjoy!

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35 comments:

Coffee & Vanilla said...

Why I did not think of that?? :) We had some kind of turkey stew from leftovers today... nice but you sandwich looks much better... well, next year I will try to remember!

Margot

Sylvia said...

At this moment we are dinning a leftover turkey sandwich but with goat cheese, really delicious . The best part of the Christams dinner

Jerry said...

Our favourite leftover turkey sandwich is turkey, mayo, cranberries, stuffing, AND gravy! My god, it is a heart attack awaiting to hit me but oh so good. Sadly we didn't have turkey this year.

I did enjoy a secret sandwich of rare beef tenderloin on bread pmoistened with the port balsamic reduction sauce this afternoon while Paul napped! LOL

Vicki said...

My favorite leftover sandwich is turkey, mashed potatoes, collard greens, gravy, and cranberry sauce on a day-old roll. I thought tamales, chili verde and adobo was a good Christmas dinner, but you just made me realize I missed out on my sandwich!

Dani Spies said...

Would it be totally inappropriate to admit that I would like to lick the screen??

Laurie Constantino said...

Your sandwich looks juicy and delicious! The best possible use of cranberry sauce, in my opinion.

tigerfish said...

Hmmmm...I would like that. But I always prefer honey glazed ham to turkeys.

Bellini Valli said...

The quintessential sandwich and end to a lovely Christmas holiday. I can just taste it from here!

JennDZ - The Leftover Queen said...

ah yeah! I love this sandwich tooooooooo!

katiez said...

I'm so embarrased! I've never had a turkey and cranberry sauce sandwich. I may have to make a turkey just to try it! With lettuce and mayo...interesting...

Kevin said...

The rare beef with balsamic reduction sauce sandwich sounds pretty good.

Pixie said...

Isn't turkey with cranberry sauce the ultimate sandwich ever? Love it!

Terry B said...

Omigod, this sounds wonderful! The nice mix of sweet and savory reminds me of a bacon, marmalade and pumpernickel sandwich I make, also to die for.

Jenny said...

Beautiful Picture! I'm not even a fan of cranberries and I'd make that sammy!

oneshotbeyond said...

Yes, this looks like a winner in my book!

SIMPLE GOOD FOOD said...

mmmm, thats the way i do them too, with loads of mayo and cranberry, my mouths watering looking at it.. come on xmas.

ChefCelina said...

This was fabulous!!

Mike said...

Niccce...I've had this sandwich at a few deli's before. They call it the gobbler.

pituitary gland said...

Our favourite leftover turkey sandwich is turkey, mayo, cranberries, stuffing, AND gravy! My god, it is a heart attack awaiting to hit me but oh so good. Sadly we didn't have turkey this year.

Would it be totally inappropriate to admit that I would like to lick the screen??

Junglefrog said...

O wow Kevin, that looks so good!! Turkey and cranberry is ofcourse a combination that is always great and this looks like something I want right now!

Jackie said...

What a wonderful way to use leftover turkey. This sounds and looks delicious.

Yadsia @ShopCookMake said...

Feels like thanks giving already!

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anniebakes said...

ANYTHING is made better by the addition of bacon! Can't wait for our Thanksgiving next month, this looks delicious!! anne

hajare rajshree said...

This looks delicious....
yummmmm.....

Maureen | Orgasmic Chef said...

I think this is the best sandwich in the world. Or maybe the one with stuffing instead of bacon. Either one. The photos make me so hungry I can't stand it. :)

Minnie(@thelady8home) said...

OMG!!!! I feel so hungry watching those pictures. They look so YUMMY!!!!

Kate Young said...

Yes the only thing I would add...brie.

Anonymous said...

Very tasty!!

Erika - The Teenage Taste said...

Mmmmm! This sandwich is making my mouth water...and it's only 7AM! I can't wait until I have thanksgiving leftovers and I can make it!

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

It's my favorite part of Thanksgiving...

Kacie said...

That looks so simple and so delicious! Can't wait for Thanksgiving!

Kacie
http://www.gorgeinthegorge.com/

Laurie@Womens Aprons said...

My favorite part about Thanksgiving was always the day after. We would warm up all the leftovers and have the Thanksgiving meal all over again. But I enjoyed it a lot more because I hadn't spent the whole day cooking!

Danelle said...

I love that you've already had Thanksgiving in Canada so we can see all of your delicious recipes in time for Thanksgiving in the U.S. I love that you put bacon on this sandwich!

Anne Gourley said...

Great sandwich - we just had one!

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