Here’s what to do with your Thanksgiving leftovers
The Thanksgiving dishes are cleared, washed and put away, and the fridge is now the only thing that’s stuffed with leftovers.
Looking for some fresh ideas on serving up something new and different with all the turkey and side dishes? Here are some recipes we think look yummy—and good enough for any meal of the day!
Turkey is not just for dinner anymore! Think creatively and turn that turkey into an early bird! Consider putting fresh and leftover vegetables and beaten eggs with chopped turkey to make a breakfast frittata. It’s a great way to disguise yesterday’s dinner.
Serve cranberry tartlets alongside the frittata. They’re made right in a mini-muffin tin.
Serve those sandwiches with an unexpected soup that really puts a lot of those leftovers to good use, such as Rachel Ray’s potato and turkey soup with parmesan stuffing dumplings.
Feeling full? Go light with a salad of greens topped with cranberry vinaigrette or turkey, pecans and croutons made from toasted day-old rolls.
And just in case you are still recovering from the stress of guests gathered around your table, mix up this delightful last salute to autumn and make a toast to the upcoming holiday season.