Turkey Stuffing Club Sandwich
Warm, flavorful and comforting, this Turkey Stuffing Club Sandwich will bring all the flavor of a Thanksgiving feast into one delicious bite! Enjoy the tartness of the chutney, the richness of the Muenster cheese, and the savory flavor of stuffing and turkey, all combined on two toasted slices of buttery sourdough. Accompanied with a hoppy, citrusy West Coast style IPA, this flavorful sandwich will be a delightful end to your Thanksgiving leftovers!
Turkey Stuffing Club Sandwich!
– 2 slices of sourdough bread
– 2 tablespoons of butter
– 4 slices of roasted turkey breast
– 4 tablespoons of cranberry chutney
– 4 tablespoons of prepared stuffing
– 2 slices of Muenster cheese
– Salt and pepper to season
1. Preheat a heavy griddle or skillet on the stove.
2. Spread butter on one side of each slice of bread. Place the bread on the preheated griddle/skillet, butter side down. Grill each side of the bread until golden brown.
3. Slather four tablespoons of cranberry chutney on one slice of toasted sourdough, and four tablespoons of stuffing on the other slice.
4. Layer on four slices of roasted turkey breast and two slices of Muenster cheese on one slice of bread. Wrap in parchment paper and place on the griddle or skillet. Grill until cheese is melted and turkey is heated through.
5. Place the second slice of toasted bread on top of the grilled sandwich. Cut in half and serve.
Beer Pairing: As an accompaniment to the savory sandwich, try a West Coast style IPA with its hoppy, citrusy flavors.
Turkey Stuffing Club Sandwich
The Turkey Stuffing Club Sandwich is a popular sandwich that first appeared in the 1930s. It is believed to have been created by the owner of a small diner in Detroit, Michigan. The sandwich can be found all over the United States, and is especially popular in the midwest and on the west coast.
The classic Turkey Stuffing Club Sandwich is typically made with three layers of toasted bread. Between each layer, you will find turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, cooked bacon, lettuce, and mayonnaise. Depending on the region, other ingredients and condiments can be used to customize the sandwich. For example, barbecue sauce is popular in the south, while cream cheese is viewed as a necessary component in some parts of the west coast.
The ingredients for a Turkey Stuffing Club Sandwich can be easily substituted. For example, various types of bread and greens can be used, such as sourdough, swiss, rye or iceberg lettuce. Instead of turkey, chicken, pork or even steak can be used. If you are looking for a vegetarian option, you can substitute the meat for falafel or tempeh.
There are a few interesting facts about Turkey Stuffing Club Sandwich. First, the sandwich typically gets its unique flavor from the combination of mayonnaise and cranberry sauce. Secondly, the sandwich was a favorite of President Ronald Reagan, who often requested the sandwich be served when he entertained in the White House.