Think you had enough turkey on Thanksgiving? Think again! With these deliciously enticing recipes for turkey leftovers, you’ll want to make a second turkey just so you can try them all. From brunch (turkey and sweet potato hash) to lunch (two different internationally-inspired soups to warm your soul) to dinner (think winter comfort fare), you and your family will gobble these dishes up.
Thanksgiving Leftovers: Morning-After Turkey Breakfast Hash with Sweet Potatoes, Roasted Peppers (and a Fried Egg!)
Turkey for breakfast? Use up your leftovers with this heavenly hash–a delicious combination of root veggies, spices, roasted peppers, and corn–and top it all off with a fried egg.
Beak-to-Tail Eating: Make a Big Pot of Thanksgiving Turkey Stock
Don’t toss out that turkey carcass yet! Get every last bit of flavor out of your bird by slowly simmering it on the stovetop and making a delicious, rich stock that you can use for months.
Thanksgiving Leftovers: Mexican Turkey Tortilla Soup with Lime and Chile
The bright flavors of lime and chile make this brothy Mexican-style soup a welcome change from heavy holiday foods. Plus it’s a great way to use up leftover turkey!
Thanksgiving Leftovers: Turkey and Monterey Jack Enchiladas with Green Tomatillo Sauce
Make a big batch of these tomatillo-sauced cheese and turkey stuffed enchiladas and you might outshine your Thanksgiving meal. Your family will certainly thank you!
Thanksgiving Leftovers: Turkey and Mushroom Shepherd’s Pie with Mashed Potato Crust
Just because you just feasted on Thanksgiving dinner doesn’t mean you aren’t still hungry! Use up your leftover turkey and mashed potatoes in this hearty pot pie…we’re sure you can find room for it.
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Thanksgiving Leftovers: Creamy Greek-Style Turkey, Lemon and Rice Soup (Avgolemono)
Here’s a quick and easy way to use up that leftover turkey in a silky, lemony soup that is both comforting and elegant.