Don’t Tell My Cardiologist Thanksgiving Leftover Sandwich

October  4, 2022
3 Ratings
  • Serves 1
Author Notes

We have a day-after-Thanksgiving party every year, and the crowd always gathers around the sandwich station, where I teach the uninitiated to make my family’s favorite sandwich. —MrsWheelbarrow

What You'll Need
  • 2 slices challah, preferably homemade
  • Good Jewish Chopped Chicken Liver
  • Cornbread, Bacon, Onion & Apple Dressing (or your favorite stuffing recipe)
  • Leftover Roast Turkey
  • Cranberry Sauce
  • Mayonnaise
  1. Spread each slice of bread with mayonnaise.
  2. Add a nice thick schmear of chopped liver on one of the slices.
  3. Press some dressing on one side of the sandwich.
  4. Spoon some cranberries over the dressing, let the juices sink in.
  5. Layer some turkey over the cranberries.
  6. Top with the other slice of mayonnaise’d bread.
  7. Press down a little, just so you can fit it in your mouth. Cut it in half to look polite.
  8. Enjoy. Once a year. Maybe twice.

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6 Reviews

Jennifer S. December 30, 2014
Thanksgiving leftover sandwiches are wonderful.
I like to get stuffing,turkey,cranberry and grill it like a grilled cheese
Kelsey B. November 25, 2009
great title and fantastic recipe!
melissav November 25, 2009
Great title and great sandwich!
lastnightsdinner November 23, 2009
You have the best recipe titles ever. Also, YUM.
menumaniac November 23, 2009
um...all i can say is WOW! Do you have a recipe for the chopped liver?
WinnieAb November 23, 2009
OMG. Love it.