Stuffing Melt

4 slices of bread, your choice 3/4 cup (approximately) leftover cranberry sauce 4 cups (approximately) leftover stuffing 4 cups leftover turkey 4 slices muenster cheese 4 tablespoons mayonnaise, or Russian dressing, for garnish Directions:

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    Default Stuffing Melt

    4 slices of bread, your choice
    3/4 cup (approximately) leftover cranberry sauce
    4 cups (approximately) leftover stuffing
    4 cups leftover turkey
    4 slices muenster cheese
    4 tablespoons mayonnaise, or Russian dressing, for garnish


    Directions:

    Pre-heat the broiler or toaster oven. Place the bread on a broiler tray and assemble the sandwiches as follows: Spread a few tablespoons of the cranberry sauce on each slice of bread; layer about 1 cup of stuffing, followed by about 1 cup of cut-up turkey on each slice of bread; top with a slice of cheese.

    Place sandwiches under the broiler or in a toaster oven and cook for a few minutes, just until the cheese is melted. Serve with mayonnaise or Russian dressing on the side.


    This recipe from CDKitchen for Stuffing Melt serves/makes 4

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    thanks! I never ran across CD Ktchen before but afte all these recipes i had to go looking for it! Got it bookmarked now!

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    Yeh, I thought they had some pretty neat recipes!

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