Our Hot Turkey and Stuffing Sandwich is a wonderful, nap-inducing second act for all of your Thanksgiving leftovers.

Hot Turkey and Stuffing Sandwich

We’ll admit that today’s Hot Turkey and Stuffing Sandwich is really more of a Thanksgiving leftovers idea than it is a recipe. But, it’s one of the meals that our entire family always looks forward to eating in the days after our Thanksgiving feast.

It’s simple to make – slices of bread topped with layers of leftover stuffing and sliced roast turkey, then smothered in gravy. Don’t forget to serve cranberry sauce on the side too!

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Hot Turkey and Stuffing Sandwich

If your family is like ours, we always wish we made more gravy to serve with all of the leftovers – including this Hot Turkey and Stuffing Sandwich. So, in our recipe below, we include instructions on how to make a hot turkey gravy without drippings.

Hot Turkey and Stuffing Sandwich

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The gravy is made with a flavorful, homemade turkey stock that we cooked using our leftover turkey carcass – but you can also use store-bought turkey stock or even chicken stock in a pinch. We also added some browning and seasoning sauce (we use Kitchen Bouquet) for additional flavor.

Have a great weekend everyone!

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Hot Turkey and Stuffing Sandwich

Hot Turkey and Stuffing Sandwich

  • Author: A Family Feast
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 10 minutes
  • Total Time: 20 minutes
  • Yield: 4 servings
  • Category: leftovers
  • Method: stovetop
  • Cuisine: American

Ingredients

4 tablespoons butter

6 tablespoons flour

3 cups turkey stock, heated

½ teaspoon gravy browning and seasoning sauce, such as Kitchen Bouquet

1 pound cooked turkey; white meat sliced into thick slices, dark meat broken up into bite sized pieces

1 pound cooked leftover stuffing

Soft Italian or sour dough bread

Cranberry sauce, to serve on the side


Instructions

In a medium to large sauce pan, melt butter over medium heat and add flour. Cook stirring often for three minutes until the mixture loses the raw flour smell.

Add the hot stock one third at a time, whisking to a creamy consistency between each third.

Add the gravy flavor color and whisk. Then check for seasoning. Adjust if needed.

Add the cooked turkey, and stir gently then keep on low heat.

Microwave the leftover stuffing until hot.

For each portion, place two slices of bread on dinner plates and top with stuffing and the turkey and gravy. Serve with cranberry sauce on the side.

Keywords: Thanksgiving leftovers, dripless turkey gravy

 

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Hot Turkey and Stuffing Sandwich

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  • Linda wrote:

    Hi Martha
    I must to tell you I added your recipe for Harvard Beets to our to our Thanksgiving menu. It was a hit with the “three” members of our family who love beets!!! My daughter reminded me that had not made them in years. However, we had no converts to eating beets. Now my DH and I have plenty of leftovers.
    Hope you and your sweet family had a wonderful day.
    Blessings, Linda

    • Martha wrote:

      Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving too Linda – I’m sorry you weren’t able to convert anyone 🙂 – but as you said, more leftovers for you and your husband to enjoy! Have a wonderful weekend!

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