5 Recipes to Reinvent Thanksgiving Leftovers

 

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Festive Gifts! Day 5 Nigel Slater’s Turkey Leftovers Recipe BBC

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5 Thanksgiving Leftover Recipes

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5 Healthy Thanksgiving Leftover Recipe Ideas / 5 Ideas para Sobras del Día de Acción de Gracias

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The Ultimate Thanksgiving Leftover Creations

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5 Ways To Upgrade Your Leftover Turkey

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5 Leftover Turkey Recipes

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How to Make Leftover Thanksgiving Casserole | Thanksgiving Leftover Recipes | Allrecipes.com

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Festive Gifts! Day 5 Nigel Slater’s Turkey Leftovers Recipe BBC

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5 Thanksgiving Leftover Recipes

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5 Healthy Thanksgiving Leftover Recipe Ideas / 5 Ideas para Sobras del Día de Acción de Gracias

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The Ultimate Thanksgiving Leftover Creations

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5 Ways To Upgrade Your Leftover Turkey

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5 Leftover Turkey Recipes

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This recipe for a leftover pizza uses a mashed potato, cheese and milk combination as the “sauce” and is topped with turkey, cranberry sauce, stuffing and gravy. 5 Kid-Friendly Ways to Reinvent Thanksgiving Leftovers From make-your-own mini pot pies to cranberry corn muffins, these are our best kid-tested ideas for serving Thanksgiving dinner again in a. 5 Thanksgiving leftovers recipes that reinvent turkey, desserts. mediabest November 23, 2018 5 leftovers Recip thanksgiving.

Kurt Knutsson is Cooking with ‘Friends’ ‘The CyberGuy’ and his mom want to help you reinvent your Thanksgiving leftovers. Thanksgiving is over – but that doesn’t mean all of your leftover turkey should be. 5 Recipes to Reinvent Thanksgiving Leftovers. Nutrition. 2015-11-25 | By: Snap Fitness Don’t linger over what to do with those leftovers! We’ve got five recipes sure to make your taste buds sing without making you feel heavy (like you more than likely did on Thanksgiving).

Work your leftover turkey, stuffing, and potatoes into a fabulous. Dip Uses Up: Sweet potato, yogurt, lemon, and leftover vegetables such as celery, carrots, green beans, Brussels sprouts, etc. (for crudités) Sweet potatoes make a wonderful base for a creamy dip, creating a smooth texture and faintly sweet flavor. Toasting the curry paste in the first step helps to deepen the flavor and is worth the extra couple of minutes. These recipes are meant to help you reinvent your Thanksgiving Leftovers into something a little more creative than a turkey sandwich.

And we partnered with Sir Kensington’s to do just that. Most of the recipes here leave room for you to pack even more leftovers into them, depending on your taste and what you have leftover!Looking for ways to reinvent Thanksgiving Leftovers?

From sandwiches, to eggolls, to smoothies, and more-these delicious recipes transfrom leftovers! From Breakfast to Dinner, from turkey to mashed potatoes to cranberry sauce, these recipes will make your Thanksgiving Leftovers. Check out these creative and unique recipes to reinvent your Thanksgiving leftovers: Leftover Turkey Nachos, Southwestern Turkey Soup, Turkey Cranberry Sandwich, Turkey. Place a handful of arugula in the bottom of the bowl, creating a bit of a nest.

Add some of the leftover roasted veggies. Sprinkle with a tablespoon of the crisp bacon. Get more Thanksgiving leftover recipes from friends and family: Jeanette’s Healthy Living: Layered Thanksgiving Leftovers Casserole {30+ Healthy Leftover Turkey Recipes} Napa Farmhouse 1885.

List of related literature:

STUFFING FOR POULTRY—Put two handfuls of rice into a saucepan of water and parboil it, mix in ten or twelve chestnuts peeled or cut into small slices, one pan full of pistachio nuts and one handful of currants.

“Rufus Estes' Good Things to Eat: The First Cookbook by an African-American Chef” by Rufus Estes
from Rufus Estes’ Good Things to Eat: The First Cookbook by an African-American Chef
by Rufus Estes
Dover Publications, 2012

For example, after Thanksgiving, store turkey, butternut squash puree, and green bean casserole in separate serving-size containers.

“The Skinnygirl Dish: Easy Recipes for Your Naturally Thin Life” by Bethenny Frankel, Eve Adamson
from The Skinnygirl Dish: Easy Recipes for Your Naturally Thin Life
by Bethenny Frankel, Eve Adamson
Atria Books, 2010

Add vegetable mixture, raisins, dried apples, and walnuts to bowl with dried bread; add 1 cup broth and toss until evenly moistened (you should have about 12 cups stuffing).

“The Cook's Illustrated Meat Book: The Game-Changing Guide That Teaches You How to Cook Meat and Poultry with 425 Bulletproof Recipes” by Cook's Illustrated
from The Cook’s Illustrated Meat Book: The Game-Changing Guide That Teaches You How to Cook Meat and Poultry with 425 Bulletproof Recipes
by Cook’s Illustrated
America’s Test Kitchen, 2014

The recipes for four of the elements • Grill-Roasted Turkey with Apple Cider Jus (page249) • Grilled Vegetable Stuffing (page 249) (turkey, sauce, stuffing, and cranberries) are right here.

“Mastering the Grill: The Owner's Manual for Outdoor Cooking” by Andrew Schloss, David Joachim, Alison Miksch
from Mastering the Grill: The Owner’s Manual for Outdoor Cooking
by Andrew Schloss, David Joachim, Alison Miksch
Chronicle Books LLC, 2010

Wild Rice Stuffing: Mix 3 cups cooked wild rice, ¼ cup melted butter, 1 cup orange juice, 1 medium apple, peeled and cut into chunks, 1 cup dry bread crumbs and ½ cup each raisins and walnuts in ungreased 2­quart casserole.

“Betty Crocker Cookbook, 11th Edition: 1500 Recipes for the Way You Cook Today” by Betty Crocker
from Betty Crocker Cookbook, 11th Edition: 1500 Recipes for the Way You Cook Today
by Betty Crocker
HMH Books, 2011

Polonaise (bread & giblet) stuffing and apples (with or without a spoonful of cranberry sauce added) are especially good.

“Polish Heritage Cookery” by Robert Strybel, Maria Strybel
from Polish Heritage Cookery
by Robert Strybel, Maria Strybel
Hippocrene Books, 2005

I find myself looking for creative ways to use leftover turkey that seem different enough from the Thanksgiving meal that my family doesn’t know they are eating another round.

“Keto Gatherings” by Kristie Sullivan
from Keto Gatherings
by Kristie Sullivan
Victory Belt Publishing, 2018

3 Stir rice, apple cider, dried cranberries, and thyme into turkey mixture; cook and stir until liquid is absorbed.

“The Ultimate Low-Calorie Book: More than 400 Light and Healthy Recipes for Every Day” by Better Homes and Gardens
from The Ultimate Low-Calorie Book: More than 400 Light and Healthy Recipes for Every Day
by Better Homes and Gardens
HMH Books, 2012

With a little planning, the leftover turkey can be used in casseroles, omelets, skillet meals, and assorted sauces.

“Frugal Living For Dummies” by Deborah Taylor-Hough
from Frugal Living For Dummies
by Deborah Taylor-Hough
Wiley, 2011

Make a stuffing of equal portions of light bread, butter, grated tongue, or ham, and preserved cranberries or peaches, and season it with grated nutmeg and lemon.

“The Kentucky Housewife” by Lettice Bryan
from The Kentucky Housewife
by Lettice Bryan
Applewood Books, 2001

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  • I’m trying the Shepard’s pie, I think I may add stuffing for a bottom layer and the noodle soup is on for tomorrow:) Great video!

  • Who named these dishes? Empanada? That’s more like a pirogi. And “breakfast casserole”?? Why didn’t you call it a Thanksgiving quiche?

  • Totally great ideas for using leftovers. Nice Job. Sorry about the boo boo, boo. I know that in Downtown Dallas, there are a lot of homeless. It would never occur to me to have packed up a meal to give to a homeless person. Thanks for all the nice ideas.

  • Awesome recipies!!! I just tried the salmon cakes: to die for!! and really healthy, I made a big amount so i’m freezing half of the patties then going to take out at beginning of weeks unthaw and theres my breakfast or lunch or dinner meal for week!! I love how you used the sweet potato…I used bread crumbs to make the  salmon patties months ago but I love the sweet potatoes instead because it makes it taste less fishy which I like!! Thank you so much!! recipe for life xoxox

  • Knew they were baked once the intro came up but didnt know they were super baked until they started throwing pumpkin pie on turkey and stuffing pancakes

  • I always do a Thanksgiving leftover pizza after thanksgiving and it’s the most exciting part of the thanksgiving weekend for me. I just get a pizza crust from the store and use mashed potatoes as my sauce and top it with all types of leftovers and bake it in the oven. Then eat on that while I have some Netflix and chill time. It’s the perfect Black Friday for me.

  • What ya’all go kill the poor turkey for in the first place, if you were just gonna squabblesquabblesquabble over what to do with leftovers? Kidding, i love turkey meat, and this video. Thanks

  • I’m so bad at cooking that I don’t even have a waffle iron. Also, proof that I’m a horrible cook I put a PopTart in the toaster, and it exploded. That’s why I don’t eat toasted PopTarts.

  • @TotesThomDunn,
    Oh yeah,of course,lol.It just always makes me laugh when they show a HUGE,hardly touched bird rather than what a turkey actually looks like in most households.But yeah,I see what you’re saying! It’s all over now,thank god.

  • I’m glad you guys finally got a little sponsor. It’s about time someone pays you for your awesome, and incredibly creative videos!

  • The very first recipe reminded me of what @threadbanger recently just tried. You two and @threadbanger should collab!!!! I think your personalities would mesh (weird and somehow) soooo well together too, and the video(s) would be hilarious somehow.

  • These recipes need too many ingredients other than turkey and take long procedures for a lazy person like me. Just toss them inside your instant ramen, and you are good

  • Pumpkin pie and leftovers are two words that are never in the same sentence for me! If they are for you guys I would love an invite. I can help solve that issue.

  • Even if I didn’t like the recipes themselves, I am a BIG fan of recycling in the kitchen -I absolutely LOATHE throwing away stuff that I can use in different ways. So, good job, big thumbs up, show people that leftovers aren’t trash.

  • I’m glad you guys finally got a little sponsor. It’s about time someone pays you for your awesome, and incredibly creative videos!

  • Knew they were baked once the intro came up but didnt know they were super baked until they started throwing pumpkin pie on turkey and stuffing pancakes

  • They should have removed their rings while smashing all that leftovers

    I dont understand why they put cranberry on savory food like pizza. They shpuld have opted not putting cranberry in evrything just because its thanksgiving

  • Way too much work. We want simple ideas that dont involve so much effort. Making the meal to begin with was enough work. Most of us dont have these ingredients beforehand to utilize therefore these ideas are just crappy. Sorry but its the truth.

  • Tbh we dont even have thanksgiving where i live
    And we dont roast turkey or make gravy plus they dont even sell cranberry sauce or we dont even haave cranberry farms…… why am i watching this lol

  • Hey man, thanks for posting this. I really appreciate the idea of packaging and giving away food for the needy. Also, nice touch with adding the outtakes at the end; it shows how cooking is definitely about the process of trial and error.

  • Tio estas haciendo un trabaja estupendo en tu canal me encanta man no solo por el contenido si tambien por como tienes estructurado la parte de abajo de about!! buen trabajo!!

  • Tio estas haciendo un trabaja estupendo en tu canal me encanta man no solo por el contenido si tambien por como tienes estructurado la parte de abajo de about!! buen trabajo!!

  • The very first recipe reminded me of what @threadbanger recently just tried. You two and @threadbanger should collab!!!! I think your personalities would mesh (weird and somehow) soooo well together too, and the video(s) would be hilarious somehow.

  • Totally great ideas for using leftovers. Nice Job. Sorry about the boo boo, boo. I know that in Downtown Dallas, there are a lot of homeless. It would never occur to me to have packed up a meal to give to a homeless person. Thanks for all the nice ideas.

  • Awesome recipies!!! I just tried the salmon cakes: to die for!! and really healthy, I made a big amount so i’m freezing half of the patties then going to take out at beginning of weeks unthaw and theres my breakfast or lunch or dinner meal for week!! I love how you used the sweet potato…I used bread crumbs to make the  salmon patties months ago but I love the sweet potatoes instead because it makes it taste less fishy which I like!! Thank you so much!! recipe for life xoxox

  • To make a video with you guys & smoke a joint with y’all after is my life long goal.. I hope to see u on food network one day ❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • We love watching your videos! My son wants strong muscles like yours 😉 I told him he has to ditch the Nutella and start eating your type of foods he really wants to try the cauliflower pizza! Thanks for all your videos we can’t get enough!!! You’re the best!!!

  • Yes!!! Kev included Bloopers!! LOL!! The salmon patties definitely threw me off, but I think the frittata looks great. I think my fav for now and until forever will be a cold turkey sandwich from the leftover bird. I’ll just be swapping the mayo with avocado and stacking on whole grain.

  • I’m so bad at cooking that I don’t even have a waffle iron. Also, proof that I’m a horrible cook I put a PopTart in the toaster, and it exploded. That’s why I don’t eat toasted PopTarts.

  • I always do a Thanksgiving leftover pizza after thanksgiving and it’s the most exciting part of the thanksgiving weekend for me. I just get a pizza crust from the store and use mashed potatoes as my sauce and top it with all types of leftovers and bake it in the oven. Then eat on that while I have some Netflix and chill time. It’s the perfect Black Friday for me.

  • Or,he could just buy a smaller bloody turkey,lol.Judging by how much meat was still on that ‘left-over’ bird,he either lives alone or didn’t have any visitors over xmas!

  • I’m a new subbie; but I’ve been binge watching your videos. So many ideas for healthy(and tasty) meals. I’m going to miss you when the Food Network snatches you up.:( but I will be happy for you! God bless!

  • The turkey is always dry.
    Mashed potato takes billions of years to cool.
    Cranberry sauce tastes like a juice box with an extra cup of sugar.
    The vegetables are always half cooked or mushed.
    The gravy is always too salty, or too watery.

    Wow. I love Thanksgiving soo much.

  • delish stuff guys. don’t celebrate thanks giving over here (not that I’m never thankful for my food etc) but I’ve made a few recipes of yours. what was the site for the potato bun recipe?

  • Or,he could just buy a smaller bloody turkey,lol.Judging by how much meat was still on that ‘left-over’ bird,he either lives alone or didn’t have any visitors over xmas!

  • Looks delicious can’t wait to try it! I made this healthy turkey breast recently and it was so good! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5wQKG9bvx8M I’m defiantly trying this next.

  • My best friend and I started putting left overs into large tortilla shells and making thanksgiving day burrito……this year we’re gunna make thanksgiving pizza

  • Even if I didn’t like the recipes themselves, I am a BIG fan of recycling in the kitchen -I absolutely LOATHE throwing away stuff that I can use in different ways. So, good job, big thumbs up, show people that leftovers aren’t trash.

  • The turkey is always dry.
    Mashed potato takes billions of years to cool.
    Cranberry sauce tastes like a juice box with an extra cup of sugar.
    The vegetables are always half cooked or mushed.
    The gravy is always too salty, or too watery.

    Wow. I love Thanksgiving soo much.

  • Tbh we dont even have thanksgiving where i live
    And we dont roast turkey or make gravy plus they dont even sell cranberry sauce or we dont even haave cranberry farms…… why am i watching this lol

  • These recipes need too many ingredients other than turkey and take long procedures for a lazy person like me. Just toss them inside your instant ramen, and you are good

  • I think I almost shed a tear when I saw turkey salad w/out mayo I hate mayo so much I would’ve never thought of this. You’re a genius man. Thank you for this!

  • @TotesThomDunn,
    Oh yeah,of course,lol.It just always makes me laugh when they show a HUGE,hardly touched bird rather than what a turkey actually looks like in most households.But yeah,I see what you’re saying! It’s all over now,thank god.

  • I make my own cranberry DIPPING sauce (as in, its sauce, unlike the jellied “sauce”) so for the waffles I’d make a cranberry syrup instead.

  • I make my own cranberry DIPPING sauce (as in, its sauce, unlike the jellied “sauce”) so for the waffles I’d make a cranberry syrup instead.

  • They should have removed their rings while smashing all that leftovers

    I dont understand why they put cranberry on savory food like pizza. They shpuld have opted not putting cranberry in evrything just because its thanksgiving

  • Dude! This is genius. You make me want to get my act together and be a much healthier me. Glad to meet today dude! Thanks for the fun memories.:)

  • To make a video with you guys & smoke a joint with y’all after is my life long goal.. I hope to see u on food network one day ❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • What ya’all go kill the poor turkey for in the first place, if you were just gonna squabblesquabblesquabble over what to do with leftovers? Kidding, i love turkey meat, and this video. Thanks

  • We love watching your videos! My son wants strong muscles like yours 😉 I told him he has to ditch the Nutella and start eating your type of foods he really wants to try the cauliflower pizza! Thanks for all your videos we can’t get enough!!! You’re the best!!!

  • i always say mashed potatskis lol, I forgot where I got that from. Shoulda known it was from you guys. Brothers green eats was my shiiiiit

  • I think I almost shed a tear when I saw turkey salad w/out mayo I hate mayo so much I would’ve never thought of this. You’re a genius man. Thank you for this!

  • i always say mashed potatskis lol, I forgot where I got that from. Shoulda known it was from you guys. Brothers green eats was my shiiiiit

  • Way too much work. We want simple ideas that dont involve so much effort. Making the meal to begin with was enough work. Most of us dont have these ingredients beforehand to utilize therefore these ideas are just crappy. Sorry but its the truth.

  • Great recipes!. But best tip was the last one, to give away leftovers. True spirit of Thanksgiving! I feel bummed each year if the family doesn’t eat or give away leftovers before they go to waste. Share the goods!

  • Great recipes!. But best tip was the last one, to give away leftovers. True spirit of Thanksgiving! I feel bummed each year if the family doesn’t eat or give away leftovers before they go to waste. Share the goods!

  • Dude! This is genius. You make me want to get my act together and be a much healthier me. Glad to meet today dude! Thanks for the fun memories.:)

  • I’m trying the Shepard’s pie, I think I may add stuffing for a bottom layer and the noodle soup is on for tomorrow:) Great video!

  • Looks delicious can’t wait to try it! I made this healthy turkey breast recently and it was so good! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5wQKG9bvx8M I’m defiantly trying this next.

  • Its a combination of everything. Im gonna go make some pizza, mash potatoes, hotdogs, cheese, burgers, salad and waffles casserole now

  • delish stuff guys. don’t celebrate thanks giving over here (not that I’m never thankful for my food etc) but I’ve made a few recipes of yours. what was the site for the potato bun recipe?

  • My best friend and I started putting left overs into large tortilla shells and making thanksgiving day burrito……this year we’re gunna make thanksgiving pizza

  • Who named these dishes? Empanada? That’s more like a pirogi. And “breakfast casserole”?? Why didn’t you call it a Thanksgiving quiche?

  • Hey man, thanks for posting this. I really appreciate the idea of packaging and giving away food for the needy. Also, nice touch with adding the outtakes at the end; it shows how cooking is definitely about the process of trial and error.

  • I’m a new subbie; but I’ve been binge watching your videos. So many ideas for healthy(and tasty) meals. I’m going to miss you when the Food Network snatches you up.:( but I will be happy for you! God bless!

  • Pumpkin pie and leftovers are two words that are never in the same sentence for me! If they are for you guys I would love an invite. I can help solve that issue.

  • Yes!!! Kev included Bloopers!! LOL!! The salmon patties definitely threw me off, but I think the frittata looks great. I think my fav for now and until forever will be a cold turkey sandwich from the leftover bird. I’ll just be swapping the mayo with avocado and stacking on whole grain.

  • Its a combination of everything. Im gonna go make some pizza, mash potatoes, hotdogs, cheese, burgers, salad and waffles casserole now