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Hot Roasted Turkey Mountain

Hot Roasted Turkey Mountain recipe
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Hot and hearty, these open-faced sandwiches layer stuffing, turkey breast slices and gravy over toast slices for an easy family-pleasing main dish.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
15 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
11/17/2009
Add some cranberry sauce to the sandwich! It's GREAT!
posted:
11/27/2005
I've made hot turkey sandwiches before with leftover turkey but adding the stuffing.. DUH! What a simple concept... yet never really thought of doing it! Thanks for the idea. We loved it!
posted:
11/26/2005
Very good and very easy. It's nice be able to have Thanksgiving whenever my family is hungry for turkey.
posted:
11/25/2005
Great solution for all that left over turkey. By using the leftovers it was super quick and easy. My grocery didn't carry the Stove Top called for in the recipe, so I substituted for plain Stove Top Turkey. My 2 little picky eaters gobbled away. My son informed me I need to make it more. Thanks.
posted:
9/24/2005
I used my giblet gravy instead of the store bought one; it is a very good recipe, but the second time I made it, i added a slice of Velveeta cheese before I warmed it in the microwave. Hmmm...
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2/19/2004
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11/28/2003
This was great and a fast meal for Lunch today as I expected my kids back within the next half hour. Excellent way to use up the left overs of the Hoilday. I have printed out a copy to use later even fo myself, as I do live alone. Again, Many Thanks as it sure was appreciated... Great Time saver... Just a purren Kitty...
posted:
12/1/2002
I used my leftover dressing and giblet gravy instead of bought gravy and stove top stuffing. It was a great way to use the leftovers instead of just reheating. Thanks for this recipe
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10/23/2002
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10/16/2002
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