Manassas Leftover Hot Brown

What would happen if you mixed Thanksgiving leftovers with one of my favorite sandwiches, the Kentucky Hot Brown? Magic! Now,I had tried this a couple of years ago, but I couldn’t get the waffle to hold together. I found a fix for that! (If you need details message me.) So now we take the dressing and turn it into a waffle, add the grilled smoky turkey, the green bean casserole, and leftover bacon from breakfast and a quick cheese sauce, and leftovers will never be the same. Thanks to Mike and Alex for reigniting the idea. I hope you like it.

Waffle Iron
2 cups leftover stuffing
3 tablespoons flour
1 egg
16 ounces left over turkey
1 cup turkey gravy
1 cup green bean casserole
4 strips bacon, crispy
2 plum tomatoes
3 tablespoons butter
3 tablespoons flour
12 ounces milk
2 cups grated gruyere cheese
1 teaspoon ground mustard

Vegetable spray

Mix stuffing, flour and egg.

In a skillet, heat butter and flour and cook for 5 minutes.

Add milk and stir; cook for 5 minutes.

Add mustard.

Stir in cheese until smooth.

In a separate pan, heat gravy on medium; add turkey and heat until hot.

Heat waffle iron and spray with vegetable spray.

Place stuffing on waffle iron, a scoop on each quadrant.

Cook on until crispy.

Assembly:
Waffle
Turkey
Bacon
Tomatoes
Cheese sauce

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