Marijane's Roasted Turkey Sandwich

Beth M.


What could be nicer after the holiday? ANSWER: sliced turkey,layered between two good pieces of bread, with the leftover fixings, along with a piece of your favorite pie, a little apple cider and putting your feet up when your full.
Our dear friend Marijane had a deli which was open for five month's during the spring until fall, in the little fishing village near our home. This was a popular sandwich, a/k/a The Gobbler!


★★★★★ 2 votes

5 Min


  • 2 slice
    multi-grain bread,sour dough bread, or other
  • 2 or 3 slice
    oven-roasted turkey,
  • 1 tsp
  • 1 or 2 slice
    herb stuffing
  • 1 or 2 Tbsp
    cranberry sauce
  • ·
    salt and pepper to taste

How to Make Marijane's Roasted Turkey Sandwich


  1. Toast the bread if desired, spread the mayo, layer the turkey, pile on the stuffing and top with cranberry sauce and the second slice of bread.
  2. Cut it in half, place on a dish and pour a tall glass of apple cider, and prepare to enjoy yourself.
  3. Oh I forgot, this is fantastic heated in the microwave very briefly too!

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About Marijane's Roasted Turkey Sandwich

Course/Dish: Turkey, Roasts, Sandwiches
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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