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Grilled Turkey and Brie Sandwich with Cranberry Chutney

Grilled Turkey and Brie Sandwich with Cranberry Chutney
In amongst all of the Thanksgiving roast turkey dinner leftovers and turkey sandwiches with cranberry sauce last week I tried something new. I had a bunch of leftover cranberry chutney and I was wondering what to do with it. One of the first things that I thought of was the baked brie with cranberry sauce that I had tried a while ago and really enjoyed. I then thought that it would also work well in sandwich form. You can't really go wrong with a sandwich that starts with lots of ooey gooey melted brie and I already knew that the cranberry chutney would go well with all of the melted cheese. Since I also still had some leftover roast turkey I could not see why I shouldn't add some to the sandwich while I was at it. So I ended up with a grilled turkey and brie sandwich with cranberry chutney and it turned out great! The melted brie and sweet and tangy cranberry chutney along with the turkey was a great flavour combo and the slightly crisp buttery bread that wrapped it all up was the perfect finish. I can't wait for some more leftover turkey and cranberry sauce to make this sandwich again.

Grilled Turkey and Brie Sandwich with Cranberry Chutney

A grilled, roast turkey sandwich with cranberry chutney and ooey gooey melted brie.


Servings: makes 1 sandwich

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes

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Ingredients
Directions
  1. Assemble the sandwich and grill over medium heat until golden brown and the cheese has melted, about 2-4 minutes per side.

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36 comments:

MaryBeth said...

WOW...I too love these flavor combination's, this sammie looks fabulous. It would be great with some soup on a cold Beaverton night.

Jen said...

This looks FABULOUS! What a creative use of Thanksgiving leftovers. You're giving me great ideas for next month :)

Nina Timm said...

I think the sandwich version of the thanksgiving meal is much more appealing to me...

Chocolate Shavings said...

Brie/cranberry/turkey seems like the perfect way to enjoy Thanksgiving leftovers!

Food o' del Mundo said...

STOP! I can't take it! I might just have to cook up a turkey early so I can have one of these. Awesome photo Kevin!

Denise said...

Can't wait to try this flavor combo...wow!!

Judy said...

this looks soooo delicious! =)

The Sophisticated Cook said...

Wow. I love the ooey gooey cheese on that sandwich! Great way to eat leftover turkey. Can't wait to try some recipes when my Thanksgiving comes around next month. :)

gaga said...

Awesome! I am sooo ready for Thanksgiving!

Lizzie said...

oh. my. god. this sounds incredible.

Pam said...

Now that's one beautiful sandwich Kevin!

Homecooked said...

The sandwich looks delicious!

Anncoo said...

So Delicious!!!

screwdestiny said...

I really shouldn't have looked at this post while my stomach is *growling*. That just looks too, too good.

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

That is one gorgeous grilled sandwich! I'm drooling now...

Cheers,.

Rosa

Joanne said...

This sandwich is the exact reason why I love Thanksgiving and fall foods. You have combined all of my favorite parts of the holiday in one. Can't go wrong with melted brie and cranberry sauce!

The DeL Sisters said...

Wow! This looks so good and easy to make as well! we are going to have to make this when we have our leftover Thanksgiving turkey!

The DeL Sisters

Kate Morgan Jackson said...

This looks amazing -- I might not be able to wait for the Thanksgiving leftovers to try it! Thanks!

The Woman said...

I should have known these were yours when I stumbled across them over at Tastespotting. Those sandwiches look awesome!

Lea Ann said...

This looks absolutely fabulous. Can't wait for U.S. Thanksgiving to have this.

Divina Pe said...

You had me on these sandwich. I think I would rather have these than have a Thanksgiving dinner.

The Nervous Cook said...

Not only must this taste wonderful, the chutney creates the perfect shock of color! I love it; I can't wait to have turkey leftovers.

Really great post.

Gloria said...

Kevin!! I love your sandwich are the most tasty I have seen!! yummy! gloria

George Gaston said...

Kevin... Great sandwich! Cranberry Chutney is my absolute favorite condiment. Thanks for the idea...

Sophie said...

What a feast for the eyes, Kevin!!

Very seasonal & so tasty too!!

Maria said...

Brie is so good with cranberry!

Kathleen said...

This looks delish! I can't wait for Thanksgiving!

Cathy said...

I had a turkey sandwich for lunch but it doesn't come close to yours, Kevin. Adding brie is perfect.

Paula said...

You had me at "ooey gooey melted brie"! This sandwich does indeed look extraordinary! My Thanksgiving is a month away, and now I know what I want to do with some of the leftovers. YUM!

Shannon said...

perfect sandwich kevin!

Charmian @ Christie's Corner said...

Love the idea of using brie, which melts so perfectly. What a great use of leftover turkey.

TheClassy Woman said...

Wow, this is mouth watering. I will have to make this one with our upcoming Thanksgiving leftovers!

restaurantgroupie said...

brilliant! i love your "waste not, want not" attitude. looks delish!

Spryte said...

OMG DROOL!!!

Adrianna from A Cozy Kitchen said...

You should re-post this the day after Thanksgiving. It's the perfect day after Thanksgiving leftover sandwich!

Shelbyrlff said...

I've been making my own rendition of this for a few years. The only real difference with mine is that I use raspberry preserves on it instead of cranberry and I'm addicted to it! Ham and turkey both go really well with it.

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