Was the sandwich worth it?
You might be saying, pomegranates? Well, people love cranberry with all these Thanksgiving items. I don't happen to love cranberry. I do happen to love pomegranate, and they are sweet and a little tart, like cranberries. Why not? It twas' a good thought, I loved the sweet crunch on my sandwich.
Or, you could just eat the whole thing like me. Haha.
THIS sandwich :-)
Have a great day everyone!
3 slices sourdough bread (or bread of your choosing)
1 cup gravy
1/4-1/3 cup leftover mashed potatoes
1/4-1/3 cup leftover stuffing
3 oz leftover turkey, cooked
1 tbsp mayonnaise
1 tbsp pomegranate arils
1-2 slices of lettuce
1. Turn oven to broil. Cover a cookie sheet with aluminum foil. Place 3 slices of bread on cookie sheet, and place under broiler. Broil until golden brown (1-2 minutes), then flip bread. Broil until other side is golden brown. Remove bread from the oven.
2. Heat gravy in a skillet over low-medium heat. Stir occasionally until warm.
3. While gravy is warming, heat mashed potatoes, stuffing, and turkey in the microwave until warm.
4. Move gravy into a large bowl. Take 1 piece of toasted bread and dredge into the gravy. Flip and dredge the other side.
5. Construct the sandwich. Distribute mayo between remaining 2 slices of bread. On one side of bread, lay turkey. Top with stuffing. Top with pomegranate arils. Sandwich with gravy soaked bread. Top gravy-soaked bread with mashed potatoes. Top mashed potatoes with lettuce. Drizzle any leftover gravy on top of sandwich, if desired. Place remaining slice of bread on top.
6. Slice sandwich in half, and serve!
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