Tuesday, December 01, 2009

Fun with leftover turkey

Ah, Thanksgiving. Leftovers. The embarrassment of riches in an overflowing refrigerator. The challenge of using those riches to feed the family a few more times.

Crockpot Shepherd's Pie; poultry style

Make layers in crockpot:
  • stuffing
  • gravy
  • vegetables
  • turkey
  • mashed potatoes
Heat on low for 6-8 hours. Optional; add grated cheese to the top an hour before serving.

BLTT Sandwiches
Add a layer of turkey, sliced thin, to your standard bacon lettuce tomato sandwiches.

Easy, delicious, not so same-old, same-old. Now it's your turn; share the wealth. What did you do with leftover turkey?

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Blogger Flea said...

Oh yum. I was thinking turkey pot pie tonight. I think I like yours better.

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12/01/2009 6:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Only one thing to do: sandwiches with mayo. Yum.

12/01/2009 12:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We didn't have any leftover turkey this year and I'm bumming. The recipes sound yummy.

12/01/2009 8:06 PM  
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12/02/2009 1:01 AM  

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