Sandwiches are fun to make and get creative with in the kitchen. I usually just go with what sounds good together to me. With so many sandwiches floating out there it’s impossible to come up with something very new or unique, I am sure it’s all been done before at some point, somewhere. However, this was just me craving Thanksgiving and playing around in the kitchen.
- Roasted turkey sliced thick (either from a breast you make at home or get from the deli)
- Pumpernickel bread
- Swiss cheese (or Chipolte Jack) *both make a great flavor
- Green Apple, thin sliced
- Sage Mayo *recipe to follow
- Fresh (or frozen) cranberries (about 1 cup)
- 1\4 cup orange juice
- 3\4 sprigs of fresh sage
- 2-4 tablespoons of Mayo (depending on how many sandwiches you want to make)
To make the cranberries. Pour the oj into a pan, add your cranberries. Heat to boiling. Remove from heat with the pan covered. Let sit for ten minutes. Then mash your cranberries and put them in the refrigerator. I recommend making the mayo and cranberry sauce at least one hour ahead of time.
Preheat oven to 350. Place your turkey and cheese on a pan to get the cheese melted.
Spread a thin layer of your sauces on opposite breads.
Add your apples to the mayo side. Then place your turkey and cheese between the slices!