From the archives. One of our family’s all time favorite leftover turkey recipes. Stay tuned for more though!
I Promise that this will be the last of my leftover turkey recipes. By now we’re both most likely getting tired of turkey. Personally, I’ll be buying another while they’re still on sale, but it will be getting cut down into component parts and frozen for when the urge strikes later in the year.
This is a simple method for taking those last little bits of turkey and turning them into something hearty and filling at the same time. Total cook and prep time are less than 40 minutes, perfect for a quick meal after work,or a good hot lunch on the weekends. The addition of a ton of potatoes takes the focus off of the turkey and puts it on the vegetables which, in this case is exactly where it belongs.
I just tossed this in a bowl and ate it, but for a more festive approach, top with some fresh chopped parsley or celery leaves. Serve with a nice crusty bread or clover leaf dinner rolls.
What I would have done differently had I thought of it at the time:
Nothing, per-se. At this point it’s hard for me to think turkey at all. Perhaps I’ll revisit this later in the year and see what I can come up with…
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