Inspired by a classic episode of Friends, Ross Geller’s Thanksgiving Sandwich with the Moist Maker is a great way to use up all those leftovers from Thanksgiving. Make sure to write your name on your sandwich!
Guys, Thanksgiving is really here! I think I’m almost ready. I already posted a delicious turkey recipe, a sweet potato casserole, the best homemade cranberry sauce ever, and triple cheese mashed potatoes. I’m gonna post an incredibly delicious corn bread and a drink next week (I will probably post other stuff too) and I think we will be all set!
What about you? Are you ready? Do you make anything beforehand or do you make everything on Thanksgiving day? (I really need to chill!) Well I can’t wait to start playing with the turkey leftovers and Ross Geller’s Thanksgiving sandwich is at the top of my list!
I’m so excited to share this with you and honestly I’m mostly sharing it because of the amount of love I have for Friends because this is really not a difficult sandwich to make. But it’s very important to Ross. Because, as we all know, he was going through so much: he’s got divorced for the second time, he didn’t have a place to live, and this sandwich was the only good thing going on in his life:
I mean, what would you do if you were in his situation? Thank god Phoebe was there to give him some good advice!
Because Ross Geller’s Thanksgiving sandwich is no joke. It has everything on a classic Thanksgiving menu in form of a sandwich. It has Turkey, stuffing, gravy and cranberry sauce, everything we love!
And of course, who can ever forget. THE MOIST MAKER. This is what makes Ross Geller’s Thanksgiving sandwich worth everything he went through including being forced to go on “sabbatical”. Oh, poor Ross.
Basically, this is how I make Ross Geller’s Thanksgiving Sandwich with the moist maker:
- Spread mayonnaise on a bread.
- Top it with greens and turkey.
- Top it with the moist maker.
- Cranberry Sauce.
- Another piece of bread spread with mayonnaise.
Measurements really don’t work for this recipe because it all really depends on your preference. I like mine with a lot of cranberry sauce whereas Kyle prefers less cranberry sauce and more stuffing. Whatever you do, never forget the moist maker!
Happy Thanksgiving week!
Yields 1 sandwich
5 minPrep Time
5 minTotal Time
- 3 slices of bread (I used multi grain)
- Leftover turkey
- Spread mayonnaise on two pieces of bread and soak the third piece in gravy.
- Place one slice of bread with mayonnaise on a plate, top with greens, turkey, the bread soaked in gravy (the moist maker), stuffing, cranberry sauce and the last bread with mayonnaise.
- Serve cold.