Tuesday, December 4, 2007

Turkey, Cranberry & Gouda Grilled Cheese

One of my FAVORITE things about Thanksgiving is making turkey sandwiches out of the leftovers. I usually make a big messy sandwich the next day that has stuffing, topped with gravy, and shredded turkey on one side and the top bread spread with cranberry sauce....it's sweet.
Smoked Gouda is a great cheese, and on the Monday after Thanksgiving I was out doing some shopping and found it at a fabulous price so I thought I'd make a grilled cheese for lunch after my morning adventures...

Turkey, Cranberry and Gouda Grilled Cheese:
By Me

2 Slices of wheat bread, each buttered on one side
Lay pieces of Gouda on each un-buttered side of the slices of bread.
Spread cranberry sauce over one side on top of the cheese and put turkey on the other side, put one side on top of the other and cook in a medium skillet over medium head for about 4-6 minutes per side or until each side is golden brown and cheese is soft and getting melty.
Slice in half and enjoy!!


Patricia Scarpin said...

Beth, this is a great sandwich - mind if I grab half? ;)

MrsPresley said...

this looks delicious...but you know what? i'm not sure if i've ever had gouda!

Mary M. said...

That looks FABULOUS!