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Experimental Curried Turkey and Peach Sandwich

A couple of weeks ago, I picked up a bottle of Curry Garlic Sauce made by Chesapeake Bay Old Style Sauce Company. One of the first things I wanted to try it with was the turkey leftovers after Christmas dinner. I also had some leftover brandied peaches and cranberry sauce.

I decided to mix the curry sauce, turkey and peaches together and see what happened. The result is pretty good. I had it on a sandwich roll using the cranberry sauce as a condiment. I ate the sandwich with some leftover Sweet Potato Crunch.

I probably won’t combine the curried turkey with the cranberry sauce again — the flavors were competing with each other too much. I have a pint of the turkey mixture leftover and I am freezing it for use later — I may try and make it into a rice dish. I also have a frozen pint of the cranberry sauce and I want to find new uses for that too.


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I am a genealogist based on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. I also like food and try to eat as locally and sustainably as possible. I have blogs about both!

2 responses »

  1. I think you should be able to make some yummy muffins from that Cranberry sauce. One of the Turkey sandwich variations I love is with cream cheese, cranberry sauce and lettuce. Another is with mushed up avacado and turkey. Almost anything seems to go, doesn’ it? 🙂

    • The muffins are an interesting idea — the sauce I made has onions in it, so they’d need to be more on the savory side though. Yes there’s lots of ways to pair things with turkey! I spent a good hour looking for recipes that use leftover stuffing as well! My fave was stuffing pancakes topped with eggs and bacon. Yum!


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