Thankful for Leftovers
We had Thanksgiving at my parent’s house in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, so no leftovers for us! I’m tempted to roast a turkey breast just for the sandwich situation. Here are some ideas for what you can do with the leftover bird.
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On to the leftover ideas!
Any type of sandwich, panini, or slider is a good call. Try a brie, turkey, and cranberry panini. Or Hawaiian roll sliders with turkey, provolone, fig jam (or extra cranberry). Warm on a sheet pan at 400, brushing the top with melted butter before popping it in the oven. Right when it comes out, top with Everything Bagel Seasoning or sesame seeds.
Start with turkey stock made from your leftover bones.
Tortilla-less soup. This is delicious with shredded turkey instead of chicken.
Turkey noodle soup. Try this with out, so good! Just substitute turkey for the chicken.
Coconut red curry soup. Just chop and add leftover turkey at the end.
Turkey wild rice soup. This is a recipe I always crave after Thanksgiving.
Turkey enchilada casserole. Although, my kids just want non-stop turkey sandwiches.
Turkey taquitos. Delicious and they freeze well.