Leftover Turkey Stuffing Sandwiches are our favorite way to serve leftover turkey, especially when served on King’s Hawaiian Rolls.
Am I late to the party on this one? We eat Turkey at Christmas and Thanksgiving, but I’m not sure everyone does that. Maybe you all are just strictly Thanksgiving Turkey eaters? Well, if so, I’m sorry to be sharing this Turkey Stuffing Sandwich recipe so late in the game, but bookmark it for next year.
I first had these Turkey Stuffing sandwiches when my mother-in-law made them for me after Jacob (my oldest) was born. He was born soon after Christmas and we had leftover turkey on hand. Those of you who have newborns know how famished you are that first week. Well, I was famished and my mother-in-law brought this delicious sandwich in on King’s Hawaiian rolls and I became the biggest fan, ever.
This recipe isn’t difficult at all… it’s one of those perfect kind of leftover recipes because it requires very little effort, yet completely transforms your leftover turkey into something desirable again. It will make you wish you have leftover turkey all year long!
If you are looking for a simple recipe to make after the holidays are over with your leftover turkey, make sure to grab some King’s Hawaiian rolls and make these Turkey Stuffing Sandwiches happen! You’ll be glad you did! Enjoy!
If you are looking for a great stuffing recipe I can’t recommend this traditional Crock Pot Stuffing recipe from Valerie’s Kitchen enough!
Leftover Turkey Stuffing Sandwiches
- 4 cups prepared stuffing I use Stove Top
- 2 cups leftover turkey shredded or chopped
- 1/2-3/4 cup chicken broth
- 8 King's Hawaiian Sub Rolls
- Stir together stuffing, turkey and chicken broth in a large stock pot. Heat to medium, until mixture is heated through and stuffing is desired consistency (add 1/2-3/4 cup depending on the consistency you want).
- Spoon 1/4 cup stuffing mixture onto King's Hawaiian sub rolls.
- Serve warm.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post on behalf of King’s Hawaiian. All opinions expressed are my own. Make sure to check out the King’s Hawaiian website for more recipes using King’s Hawaiian rolls.