Leftover Turkey Sandwich Recipe

Leftover Turkey Sandwich Recipe



Chef Tom takes a little inspiration from the hit 1990s sitcom Friends and cooks up a leftover turkey sandwich so good that you’ll want to make a turkey dedicated to it.

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  • a muuron on February 3, 2020

    please inform us of what woods you smoke items. for example salt. thank you.

  • LordSesshomaru85 on February 3, 2020

    This has become my comfort channel…?

  • Cory Ziegler on February 3, 2020

    Kraut over cranberries errday in errwhichway.

  • mystique rose on February 3, 2020

    Looks delicious..how do you slice turkey meat thin without it falling apart?thanks

  • Mark Fishburn on February 3, 2020

    Nice 3000 calorie sandwich! I am SOO going to make one of those !! Nice work Tom.

  • E Smith on February 3, 2020

    Wouldā€™ve loved to see that put into a panini press. Was that real Grand Mariner, looked clear in color not cognac brown…

  • marc sannicolas on February 3, 2020

    Is it not a common thing to put mayo on both pieces of bread? Whenever I see pro chefs do samies they never do. Chef Tom is a pro though he must know something I dont.

  • Pan Darius Kairos on February 3, 2020

    That looked pretty amazing, here's my version (inspired by this, I've never used a "moistmaker" before).

    Bottom slice:

    Cream cheese
    Cranberry/orange sauce
    Sausage stuffing
    Dark turkey meat

    Moist maker

    Top slice:

    Dijon
    Crispy fried mashed potato pancake (sweet potato works)
    Dill pickle
    White meat
    Smoked gouda

    Grill with plenty butter.

  • Pan Darius Kairos on February 3, 2020

    You forgot the mashed potato pancake and cream cheese ???

  • Pan Darius Kairos on February 3, 2020

    Pith off

  • Derek Vasquez on February 3, 2020

    This man deserves more subscribers

  • ODYN on February 3, 2020

    I almost cried, this is beautiful. Greetings from Poland.

  • nayfair on February 3, 2020

    I would hate to destroy a great sandwich with an overly sweet cranberry whatever sauce…. Made with quarter cup sugar jeeez

  • Jason Schofield on February 3, 2020

    Over the top and absolutely amazing!

  • TheNunezGirls on February 3, 2020

    If I had ANY of left over smoked turkey šŸ™

  • Jmvn on February 3, 2020

    Aww my god bro that look so???

  • TheRydog on February 3, 2020

    Happy Holidays Chef Tom

  • Jeff Hawarden on February 3, 2020

    We've been doing this since I was a wee one some 51 odd years ago. Pop always called these turkey bombs….but mom soaked the stuffing, not the extra bread…
    Your cranberry orange relish is hers to the t.

  • Pete &Pete on February 3, 2020

    "Custard goood, Jam goood, meat gooood" …. joey from Friends

  • Paparoach8676 on February 3, 2020

    Great video. Can I Order this sandwich from your website? JK LOL

  • DeezNuts on February 3, 2020

    I'm too lazy for this. I just stuff the cold turkey in my mouth. I'm a fat lose too though, so that's probably why.

  • rneustel on February 3, 2020

    Wow, that looks phenomenal, but I'll bet my husband wouldn't eat it. He usually eats each component separately and completely finishes each part before he eats a different one. I usually have a central zone where everything gets mixed.

  • herrerabrew on February 3, 2020

    loved this and the idea for the brie sounded amazing! I'll just make the moistmaker a lot thinner and will soak it longer.

  • NiklasStĆøterau on February 3, 2020

    MYY SANDWICH???? xD

  • Michael Farmer on February 3, 2020

    LOL – I have never seen someone get kissed by a Turkey sandwich before. Perfect shade of lipstick! – Great work!

  • handcannon on February 3, 2020

    I'm glad someone else knows about "food lube". I always end my order at Subway with "and for lube, I want…" It never fails to elicit a look somewhere between puzzlement and disgust. Sorry, folks but those condiments not only add flavor, but they also make it easier to swallow big bites of sandwich without choking. Unpleasant fact, but a fact nonetheless.

  • Mattsnotyours on February 3, 2020

    Seeing Chef Tom again feels like I'm visiting an old friend who knows how to cook a mean meal. Another great video.

  • UsenameTakenWasTaken on February 3, 2020

    Food lube.

  • 321rudyp on February 3, 2020

    How about a vid on how make sauces thatll go good on different beef cuts.

  • Andrew Lawry on February 3, 2020

    "Suplex this beast" šŸ˜€ had me in stitches

  • Wes Walters on February 3, 2020

    I would like to see you make homemade bacon.

  • Paul Kane on February 3, 2020

    Too much crust for my taste. I'd cut the crust off the middle layer.

  • Phil DuBois on February 3, 2020

    Awesome looking sandwich! Great content video after video! Thanks and Happy Thanksgiving!

  • fishysmellin on February 3, 2020

    Nobody would expect that crazy combination to taste good after you fried it! Awesome Job!

  • Keith Pickett on February 3, 2020

    What's your preferred seasoning method on your cast iron?

  • Anthony Suglio on February 3, 2020

    Great video! Chef Tom, could you do Bierocks on the YS640?

  • Perry Holmes on February 3, 2020

    Awesome sandwich. Little much bread for me but nonetheless, another awesome work of art chef.

  • chawki challadia on February 3, 2020

    man you've hurt my feelings when you did bite that monster sandwich it does look so good

  • Keith Doran on February 3, 2020

    I think thats the best turkey sando ive ever seen in my life.

  • Outdoor Misadventures on February 3, 2020

    Iā€™m still holding out for the pastrami sandwich you teased us with.

  • Jake G on February 3, 2020

    The moist maker on steroids Hell yeah.

  • nathan0717 on February 3, 2020

    Saw mayo….Iā€™m out

  • Kaden on February 3, 2020

    Another great video!
    Definitely need to get me one of those hats tho!

  • assu4lt on February 3, 2020

    Channel Binging With Babish made a friends recipe as well
    Rachel's Triffle

    COINCIDENCE?!

    *Edit
    Autocorrect changed the name of the Triffle

  • Doug Chalmers on February 3, 2020

    Wow, we'll be putting this together Friday! Thanks!

  • MG Strong on February 3, 2020

    Yall should do a smoked holiday ham next

  • RosieLadyKnits on February 3, 2020

    Pausing at 3:24 the adding of the red wine vinegar, does it help balance the tartness of the cranberries? Or serve another purpose? Nice recipe!! And I think I love leftover Thanksgiving food more than Thanksgiving Day food itself.

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