Everyone ate well over Thanksgiving, but the same meal might become monotonous after a few days. Don’t worry; here are a few recipes to help you get the most out of your turkey before it’s done.
1. Turkey Soup – Nothing beats a hot bowl of soup in the winter, especially when the main ingredient is leftover turkey. You’ll forget about what you’ve been eating for the past three days if you mix in some rice, okra, cream of soup, and mushrooms.
2. Turkey Nachos – Another method to liven up the aging turkey is to dice it up and make nachos out of it. Combine cheese, tomatoes, black beans, corn, onions, cilantro, and sour cream in a large mixing bowl. The nachos, I promise, will be as delighted as you are.
3. Turkey Omelets – Thanksgiving dinner is finished, but you’ll be hungry when it’s time to recharge in the morning. Shred parts of the bird and combine with sliced tomatoes, seasonings of your choosing, and scrambled eggs to make a dish that will keep your mouth pleased all day.
4. Turkey Salad Wraps — Chop up the turkey into bite-size pieces and combine with mayonnaise, lettuce, and tomato for a healthy and tasty meal.
5. Buffalo Turkey Baguette Pizzas – Get out the flatbread or pizza crust, stack it with tomato sauce, your favorite toppings like onions, tomatoes, and mushrooms, as well as shredded or sliced turkey chunks, and bake for 30 minutes, and you’ll be on your way to catching another case of itis.
6. Curry Turkey – Jerk up the leftover turkey, season it with a little curry, and combine it with rice and potatoes to extend the turkey’s stay at the dinner table for a few more days.
7. Turkey Egg Rolls — Shred the turkey, take the coleslaw, and toss it with a little ginger, salt, and garlic powder before frying it in egg roll wraps. Dinner is served… once again.