I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday!
We certainly enjoyed ours. This was the first time in a long while where we did not have to travel so y’all can imagine how laid back and easy going this Thanksgiving was for us.
I was especially happy because it gave me a chance to do what I’ve always wanted to do for the past few years, which is take pictures of all of our traditional Thanksgiving recipes and share them with you on the blog. So get ready for some of my family’s favorite holiday recipes coming up in the next few weeks.
- 2 tbsp. regular mustard
- 2 slices sourdough sandwich bread
- 2 slices of Swiss Cheese
- 1/3 cup shredded turkey from Thanksgiving
- 3 tbsp. left over cranberry sauce
- 1/3 cup left over dressing/stuffing
- 2 tbsp. left over turkey gravy
- 2 tbsp. butter at room temperature
- Preheat a skillet on low to medium heat.
- Take 1 tbsp. of butter and spread it on one side of a piece of bread.
- Once the pan is finished preheating, take the slice of bread and place it on to the pan, buttered side down.
- Slather 1 tbsp. of mustard on the top and place one slice of Swiss cheese on top of the mustard.
- Take the 1/3 cup shredded turkey and place it on top. Followed by the dressing/stuffing, gravy, and cranberry sauce. Finish it off with the last piece of Swiss Cheese.
- Take the second piece of bread and spread 1 tbsp. of mustard on top. Take the piece and place it, mustard side down, on top of the sandwich.
- Slather the top of the sandwich with 1 tbsp. of butter.
- Smash the sandwich down with a spatula.
- Heat in skillet until the cheese is melted, the tops of the bread are light brown, and the inside is heated through, making sure to carefully flip the sandwich every so often.