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    Talking What did you do with the leftover Turkey?
    I turned ours into a soup and topped with potato pancakes made from the leftover mashed potatoes...so good!
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    That sounds really good!

    We didn't have any leftover turkey because we were guests this year. So last night I cooked a mini-Thanksgiving dinner for us. Typically I make soup from leftover turkey, but I also make a casserole that's very hearty and tasty.

    I don't cook from recipes much so here are the bare bones of this dish:

    Leftover turkey, cut into bite-size chunks
    Frozen peas
    Fresh or frozen carrots
    Frozen pearl onions
    Egg noodles
    Can of cream of mushroom soup (or whatever cream soup you prefer)

    Cook the noodles until they're barely limp
    Mix in the (uncooked) soup
    Mix in turkey, peas, carrots and onions
    Salt and pepper to taste
    Put in a buttered, covered casserole dish
    Cook at 350 degrees for one hour

    At the end you can top the casserole with buttered, herbed bread crumbs and broil until the top browns.

    It's good!

    PS: I also make potato pancakes from leftover mashed potatoes. A lot less work and just as good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhea
    That sounds really good!

    We didn't have any leftover turkey because we were guests this year. So last night I cooked a mini-Thanksgiving dinner for us. Typically I make soup from leftover turkey, but I also make a casserole that's very hearty and tasty.

    I don't cook from recipes much so here are the bare bones of this dish:

    Leftover turkey, cut into bite-size chunks
    Frozen peas
    Fresh or frozen carrots
    Frozen pearl onions
    Egg noodles
    Can of cream of mushroom soup (or whatever cream soup you prefer)

    Cook the noodles until they're barely limp
    Mix in the (uncooked) soup
    Mix in turkey, peas, carrots and onions
    Put in buttered, covered casserole dish
    Salt and pepper to taste
    Cook at 350 degrees for one hour

    At the end you can top the casserole with buttered, herbed bread crumbs and broil until the top browns.

    It's good!

    PS: I also make potato pancakes from leftover mashed potatoes. A lot less work and just as good!
    You are making me hungry. That sounds yummy

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    What did you do with the leftover Turkey?
    That sounds so good! I love the casserole idea. My husband and I did a post Thanksgiving meals last year ourselves and had just cooked a small turkey breast so that we could have the leftover experience and it worked out great!
    That year we did sandwiches all week with stuffing and cranberry in the sandwich and it was fantastic!
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    I didn't have any leftovers, I thought I would until about 9pm when some uninvited friends crashed my place and finished it all.

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    My family makes "hot open turkey sandwiches."
    Toast a slice of bread and heat up pieces of cut turkey in gravy -- ladle some over the toasted bread & it's very good. We heat up the leftover mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, etc...

    Then at the end my Mother makes Turkey soup
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    Still working on it. And yep, a hot turkey sandwich with gravy is the [cran]berries! On the side, some mashed potatoes, stuffing, and most of all, a large dab of those scrumptious brown sugar topped yams that Sandy makes... mmMMmm!



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    Ah et it, of course!

    Hubby made some delicious turkey soup, a turkey omelette, and some extra turkey stock for use in cooking. The dog, of course, got some. She was a happy pooch.

    He used some of the stock in some mashed potatoes instead of milk and it was soooooo good!
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