Posted November 29, 2014 by Jodi Hillman
Make these recipes with your leftover Thanksgiving turkey.
Use some turkey, cheese sauce, pasta, and veggies to create this hearty casserole. It is easy to make and a definite crowd pleaser.
For this dish, make the lasagna as you would and just substitute turkey for the sausage. Easy to put together then just let it bake in the oven until the cheese is bubbling.
Using Thai spices, fry some turkey then simmer in coconut milk for a spicy and unique dish. Serve with vegetables and rice for a complete meal.
Combine broccoli, turkey, onion, mushroom, flour, heavy cream, and Parmesan into a casserole dish. Add turkey broth and bake in the oven. This has a delicious combination of turkey and vegetables.
Thanksgiving turkey is always great for sandwiches. Put it on bread with bacon, cheese, and your favorite toppings for an easy lunch.
Use leftover turkey meat, bacon, and Swiss cheese to stuff tortillas for after Thanksgiving enchiladas. Top with some fresh tomatoes, lettuce, and salsa for the ultimate turkey enchiladas.
Fry up some leftover turkey with your favorite spices and toss fettuccine noodles in alfredo sauce. This is the perfect option for the day after Thanksgiving dinner.
Turkey and pesto go great together, and even better on a sandwich. Add bacon, tomatoes, and lettuce for another tasty after Thanksgiving sandwich.
Scoop up all your leftover turkey, add some vegetables, rice, spices, and let simmer on the stove for a while. You will have the best tasting turkey soup to curl up with on cold days.
Add a Mexican flair to your turkey by making tostadas. Cook the turkey with Mexican spices then put on top of a crispy tostada. Add avocado, salsa, and cheese on the top to make it complete.