Happy Day-After-Thanksgiving, everyone! I hope you had a wonderful day of food, family, friends, fun…and The Godfather.
I also hope you wound up with a nice-sized bag of leftover turkey, because I have some delicious recipes that’ll use it right up! Just click on the links below to be taken to the step-by-step recipes.
Leftover Turkey Pot Pie. The wonderfulness of this leftover recipe is made even greater if you have a leftover pie crust laying around! This is comfort food at its very best and most delicious. You’ll love, love, love it.
Turkey Tetrazzini. This is comfort food at its very best and most delicious, Chapter Two. A splash of white wine gives this a yummy edge, and it’s good to serve family members as they go to and fro.
Leftover Turkey and Swiss Panini. If you don’t have a panini press, just make this in a skillet as you would a regular grilled cheese. You can even press it a bit by putting a heavy skillet on top while it grills. This is totally yummy!
Leftover Thanksgiving Panini. If you want a way to use everything—the turkey, dressing, cranberry sauce, and gravy—this is it. The mustard is the secret—it cuts through all the flavors and adds a nice tang—and you seriously won’t believe how good this is. (Note: I’m linking to my recipe on the Food Network website, as I haven’t posted this step-by-step on my website yet.)
Leftover Turkey Spring Rolls. These are phenomenally delicious, and such a nice, crunchy contrast to all the rich Thanksgiving food. It’s only 8:34, we’re heading out to work calves, but I’m craving one of these for breakfast right now.
And finally, if you have a can of unused pumpkin pie filling, freeze it in muffin tins and whip up some Pumpkin Smoothies. I’ve been championing them for the past two weeks because they’re just that good.
Hope one of these makes your Black Friday delicious!
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