It's just not Thanksgiving without lots and lots of leftovers. Feast again with turkey tetrazzini, enchiladas, tostadas, chowder, and more
Get creative with those holiday leftovers filling up the fridge. These recipes offer delicious alternatives to yet another
Cranberry Thumbprints: Instead of using jam, fill these bite-sized cookies with your extra Thanksgiving cranberry sauce.
Recipe: Cranberry Thumbprints
With a nod to the English breakfast classics bangers and mash and toad-in-the-hole, we’ve used leftover mashed potatoes to
create a quick and delicious one-dish breakfast.
Recipe: Queen's Puff
Forget turkey sandwiches—use leftover holiday turkey to make this Asian-inspired dinner.
Recipe: Turkey Noodle Stir-Fry
Turkey Enchiladas with Sour Cream
Switch up the holiday flavors and try these tasty enchiladas. We like to serve them with a quick cabbage and lime slaw.
Recipe: Turkey Enchiladas with Sour Cream
Salbutes ― crisp little handheld tortillas topped with shredded turkey, avocado, pickled onions, and cabbage or lettuce ―
are a popular street food in the Yucatán region of Mexico.
Mini tostadas are a great way to stretch your leftover turkey. Serve them as a starter before a big Mexican-inspired meal, or plan on everyone eating 3 to 4 as dinner.
Recipe: Yucatecan Tostadas
We like to use fresh, thick ciabatta rolls for these sandwiches, but leftover dinner rolls would work just as well.
Recipe: Turkey Sandwiches with Shallots, Cranberries, and Blue Cheese
This warm, open-faced sandwich makes good use of both turkey and leftover mashed potatoes.
Recipe: Hot Turkey Sandwich
We took classic tetrazzini and punched it up with fresh leeks, portabella mushrooms, and radicchio.
Recipe: Turkey Tetrazzini
These make a healthful, filling, and tasty lunch or light supper.
Recipe: Chili Turkey Wraps
Use your leftover cranberry sauce as a elegant finish to this pork dinner. We like it served with a fresh green salad with
pears and pecans.
Recipe: Cranberry Pork Tenderloin