I have enough leftovers for another meal, but I found a recipe in a Williams-Sonoma catalog several years ago for Thanksgiving leftovers panini. Unfortunately, the Williams-Sonoma Cranberry Fig Chutney is no longer sold at the store. You may want to substitute regular cranberry sauce or Stonewall Kitchens Apple Cranberry Chutney. I have never tried the Stonewall product. You may want to check Wegmans in Ocean Township as they carry products by Stonewall Kitchens.
Now if you don't have a panini press, no fear there's an affordable alternative. You can toast up the sandwich in a frying pan and place a plate on top of the sandwich and then place a 28 ounce can of tomatoes (or something of similar weight) to press the sandwich down. When one side is brown, turn the sandwich over and do the same thing. I've made this in the past and was very tasty. Enjoy the rest of the holiday weekend, I'll be working.
A former teacher, shop-a-holic, empty-nester redefining quick, family approved dinners.