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For many people, the day after Thanksgiving, is when the true feast happens. I for one. adore turkey leftover sandwiches – that’s one of the reasons I cook a whole turkey a few times a year. I have found the most amazing recipe for the turkey itself, but I am always looking for new recipes for those tasty sandwiches! This grilled turkey goodness, comes with it’s own dipping gravy.
Like a French Au Jus sandwich, this delicious smoky and sweet leftover sandwich, can now be dipped in a thick well seasoned gravy. A true Frankenstein of your turkey feast, it has all the flavors wrapped up in between two slices of buttery grilled bread. I’m telling you, friends – this sandwich alone is worth going through the cooking of the turkey! It is so flavorful and juicy, it basically melts in your mouth before you even realize you took a bite.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Serious Eats
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