Turkey Panini



Step up your leftovers sandwich game by making a panini with cranberry blood orange cognac chutney and locally raised turkey, and wash it down with a glass of hard cider. A panini press is helpful, but not necessary — you can also press the sandwich with another pan while cooking.

Ingredients:

Turkey
Bread
Cheese
Butter
Chutney spread
Pickles (for serving)
Hard cider (for serving)

Where to find local ingredients to make this dish

Turkey
Kellie Brooke Farm
Greenland
kelliebrookfarm.com

Bread
Blakeney's Fine Baked Goods (Recommended: garlic cheddar bread)
New London Farmer's Market
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Cheese & Butter
Contoocook Creamery
Contoocook
contoocookcreamery.com

Chutney Spread
Wozz Kitchen Creations (Recommended: Cranberry Blood Orange Cognac)
Bethlehem
wozzkitchencreations.com

Pickles
Calef's Country Store (Recommended: dill)
Barrington
calefs.com

Hard Cider
North Country Hard Cider (Recommended: Gingah Baby)
Rollinsford
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Find more of Sarah Kenney’s recipes and writing about New Hampshire in her food and travel blog, Thyme, at thymefoodblog.com. Plus, visit her portfolio for more photos at thymephoto.com.

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