Posted by Colleen Carey on October 27th, 2016
A Thanksgiving sandwich isn’t just for after the meal is over and your relatives have left. Cranberry, turkey, and stuffing are a perfect combination for the entire fall season. There are many varieties that have proven to be delicious and they are all super simple to recreate and to make your very own way with Michigan Turkey.
This is a fresh and simple sandwich piled high on a hearty whole grain bread with a unique and homemade cranberry mustard that is going to give it the perfect amount of flavor.
All the staple ingredients – turkey, cranberry sauce, stuffing, and gravy, but with the addition of cream cheese to stick is all together, and piled onto a buttery, flaky croissant for a special twist.
This is no sandwich, but it combines your favorite flavors of the season in a unique way. Add these to your seasonal appetizer menu and guests are going to be dying to try them. Create your own homemade cranberry mustard sauce for dipping.
BLT + Thanksgiving = one tall savory sammy! This combines the traditional ingredients with lettuce and tomato, and bacon is a great addition of course. This is not for those who are afraid to get a little messy during their meal.
Monterey jack, roasted turkey, Dijon mustard, and cranberry sauce, piled on sourdough bread make for a delicious seasonal grilled cheese. Since grilled cheese goes perfectly with soup, pair this with seasonal soups, like the spiced pumpkin bisque or the butternut squash soup, or you can be simple with the traditional tomato bisque, all scratch made and all natural by Kettle Cuisine.
This is your perfectly stacked, classic, delicious Thanksgiving sandwich. Pile it on a thick roll that can hold all the layers.
Cranberry and cream cheese are a great combination. These and a few more simple ingredients on toasted bread make for a fancier Thanksgiving sandwich. This again goes well paired with soup and it a good size for dipping.
Because pesto makes everything better! Turkey, pesto, mozzarella, and cranberry sauce are all you need for this one. This recipe calls for thick sourdough bread.
Apples are a staple in the fall. Brie, cranberry sauce, and honeycrisp apple are all you need! This one should be cooked like a grilled cheese and would pair well with the butternut squash and apple soup for dipping.
With Michigan Turkey, you’ll never be disappointed. Ask us about the products we offer from Michigan Turkey and check out their website for more information.