It's just not Thanksgiving without lots and lots of leftovers. Feast again with turkey tetrazzini, enchiladas, tostadas, chowder, and more
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
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