This Is The Only Thing You Should Make With Your Leftover Thanksgiving Turkey
Turkey, bacon and two kinds of cheese. Enough said.
Created in 1926 at the Louisville Brown Hotel, this open-faced bacon-heavy sandwich was literally invented to serve as a perfect late night snack.
Here's everything you'll need:
First, melt the butter in a medium pot.
While the butter is melting, chop up your Velveeta block into cubes.
Add the cheese cubes to the butter and stir.
While the cheese is melting, cook the bacon.
When the cheese is really melting, get out the whisk and go to town.
Before you start assembling, turn on your oven broiler.
Put the toasted bread(s) in a cast iron skillet or on a baking sheet.
Layer on the turkey, then the bacon.
Then, generously pour the cheese sauce on your delicious meat/carb pile.
Put your concoction under the broiler for just a few minutes, until the top turns this crispy golden brown.
For a pure experience, sprinkle on some Paprika and you're good to go.
Pairs EXCEPTIONALLY well this way with your leftover cranberry sauce.