|Turkey croquettes and slow cooker soup are great ways to use Thanksgiving leftovers.|
Hot Turkey on Toast
1 cup chopped turkey
1 cup gravy
2 slices whole wheat bread
Cranberry sauce (optional)
Place turkey and gravy in a saucepan and simmer until heated through. Toast bread. Place toast on plate and top with turkey/gravy mixture. Spoon cranberry sauce on side or top, as desired. Serve immediately, steaming hot.
Here's a traditional turkey soup recipe adapted for the must-have slow cooker from Canada's trusted cooking authority, Canadian Living: Slow Cooker Smoked Turkey and Noodle Soup.
For something different, try a taste from the South with these Turkey and Mashed Potato Croquettes. Great as a meal or make them slightly smaller to serve as appetizers.
Great for filling wraps, rolls or spreading on crackers is this Festive Fall Turkey Salad recipe.
From Epicurious.com here's a tried and true classic casserole recipe with a curry twist all the way from 1965: Casserole of Turkey with Rice.
Do you have any favourite leftover turkey recipes to share?