Christmas may be over, but the abundance of food sure isn’t. One thing that is guaranteed over the holidays is lots and lots of food. So what do you do with all those leftovers? Here’s what we do – make sandwiches. Whatever it may be, chicken, turkey, or even seafood, I find that the next day left overs are so much more tasty – they have had the entire night to develop more flavours after all.
Here are some of my favourite ways to Sandwich-it:
Lobster! Yes, I said lobster – it’s a family tradition and there’s lots of it. I love… wait I should say “I LOVE” (in capitals) lobster. Creamed lobster to be exact and there is nothing better than turning it into an open faced warm lobster sandwich the next day – and don’t forget to toast the bread. This is probably my favourite way to eat lobster, crab, or any other seafood.
Next on the list, turkey. Turkey is a traditional Christmas meal, how large was yours this year? Are there enough leftovers to last into the New Year? Cold turkey sandwiches are very popular for days after Christmas, but I once again prefer the warm open faced turkey sandwiches – complete with gravy. And as an extra treat also add a bit of cranberry sauce on top. Unfortunately, there was no cranberry sauce left over for me this time, maybe I should open a new can? And once again, I also toast the bread for a bit of crunch.
Making warm sandwiches with leftovers has been something my family and I have been doing since I can remember. It’s a super tasty way to take yesterdays supper and make it into something new for today.
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