The secret to moist turkey leftovers
Enjoying the leftovers from your turkey feast is inarguably one of the best things about Thanksgiving. No more awkward political chit-chat with your cousin-in-law distracting you from how amazing that pecan pie is. No more fancy (a.k.a. binding) clothes impeding your ability to overindulge. Just fat-pants freedom and cheery holiday movies to keep you company.
The one thing threatening your Black Friday bliss? Dried-out turkey. The best way to keep your leftover turkey from drying out is to avoid carving the whole bird in the first place and to keep the meat on the bone until you need it. But hindsight is always 20/20, amirite? So even if you didn’t have the foresight to do that yesterday (or if you were sent home with a Tupperware of white meat), we’ve got a surefire trick to enjoy moist turkey leftovers, courtesy of our sister site, SouthernLiving.com.
And when you’re finally tired of gravy-smothered plates of reheated turkey, here are 11 of our favorite ways to use up those leftovers (yes, even the cranberry sauce).