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What is your favorite Thanksgiving turkey leftover recipe?

I always cook a very big turkey for Thanksgiving and have lots leftover. I usually eat sliced meat for 2 days and only have one good recipe for leftovers – turkey lasagna. Any other good recipes?

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10 Responses to “What is your favorite Thanksgiving turkey leftover recipe?”

  1. Sufi said :

    welltoday i am making turkey soup with carrots, onions & noodles.

  2. busybaker said :

    Here’s a link to my favorite recipe:

    And I love turkey divan casserole too.

  3. Jen N said :

    I take the left over stuffing and press it into the bottom of a baking dish. Then I bake it, making a crust. I slice and dice leftover turkey and reheat it in the leftover gravy. I pour that over the stuffing and top it with the leftover mashed potato’s and bake until the potato’s brown. It makes a fantastic casserole, and the kids loved it.

  4. jessiejungle said :

    I like the leftover sandwhiches. If you have some stuffing of dressing make it into a patty and heat it in a skillet, heat up your turkey also put it on some bread (toasted or not) Put all of it on the bread with a slice of cranberry sauce and enjoy!!

  5. ORB said :

    a slice of turkey & 2 pieces of bread , put the slice of turkey on one piece of bread and either add a little salt or miracle whip salad dressing then put the other piece of bread on top

  6. Olivia said :

    1 whole wheat pita bread 2 Tbsp. BULL’S-EYE Original Barbecue Sauce 1/2 cup chopped cooked turkey 1 slice tomato 1/4 cup KRAFT 2% Milk Shredded Mild Cheddar Cheese Make It
    SPREAD pita bread with barbecue sauce; top with turkey, tomato and cheese. Place on microwaveable plate.

    MICROWAVE on HIGH 1 min. or until cheese is mPrep Time:
    5 minTotal Time:
    6 minMakes:
    1 servingWhat You Need

    Make mine the best!

  7. stumble123stick said :

    drumstick in one hand, coffee in the other and an old black and white horror movie on the tube.

  8. Lizi said :

    I have a couple. Turkey enchiladas are absolutely wonderful. Also – whole grain rice with sauteed veggies like bell pepper and onion with turkey. The key is the seasoning – I use vege-sal (which you can get from most health food grocers). I’ve linked the recipes below, along with a couple of other ideas.

    Good luck and happy eating!

  9. mamaflutey said :

    Absolute favorite!!!::::

    3 C prepared stuffing
    2 3/4 oz fried onions

    1 can cream of celery
    3/4 C milk
    1 1/2 C cooked tukey
    ’10 oz peas, thawed

    Combine stuffing & half can onions. Spoon mixture into a shallow 9″ baking dish. Press mixture to form a shell along bottom & sides of pan. Combine cream of soup, milk, turkey & peas, pour into stuffing shell. Bake covered 350 F for 30 minutes. Top with remaining onions. Bake uncovered 5 minutes longer.

  10. Heather P said :

    I just made turkey salad (like tuna fish salad or chicken salad) with mayo, onion, a little lemon juice, and some relish. It’s pretty good, and I actually liked it better than tuna fish salad 🙂


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