Leftover Turkey Frittata
What do you do with leftover green beans, brussels sprouts, and turkey? Cook 'em up with some eggs for a quick and easy breakfast frittata!
Turkey Paitan Ramen With Crispy Shredded Turkey and Slow-Cooked Egg
A rich and creamy turkey broth flavored with miso and sesame with crispy braised turkey meat, a soft boiled egg, and Brussels sprouts leaves.
Make-Ahead Detox Turkey Soup
After hors d'oeuvres, appetizers, first, seconds, thirds, probably a midnight snack, and leftover pie for breakfast, chances are you may be craving some clean eating after Thanksgiving. This soup creates a lot of flavor in a short period of time, using ingredients most likely already purchased for the holiday.
Grill-Pressed Thanksgiving Leftover Panini
Nuking a holiday meal past its prime gets old fast, but these grill-pressed Thanksgiving panini turn tired leftovers into something new and exciting.
Make-Ahead Turkey and Egg Strata
This recipe is both a chef and crowd pleaser; little work for you, and lots of delicious eggy brunch for your guests. Somewhere between a bread pudding and a frittata, the custardy casserole gets layers of bread, meat, vegetables and cheese, lasagna-style.
Potato cakes are the quick solution to getting rid of your potatoes if you're short on gravy.
Kentucky Hot Brown
This open-face sandwich starts with a piece of toasted bread, a hunk of turkey, a heap of cheese, and creamy Mornay sauce. The whole thing goes under the broiler until it's bubbly and golden brown.
Turkey Tortilla Soup
Shredded leftover turkey gets a Mexican twist in this soup seasoned with chilies and garnished with tortilla chips.
Taiwanese Turkey Rice
In Taiwan, the turkey is typically steamed when preparing this dish. Could leftover, roasted turkey meat work just as well? Here's a resounding yes.
White Chili with Roast Turkey or Chicken
Leftover turkey meat is the perfect foundation for a rich white bean chili made with three types of peppers.
Roast Turkey Soup
Utilize each and every part of the leftover turkey—including the bones—in this hearty one pot soup.
Brussels Sprouts, Potatoes, and Turkey Hash
For the day after Thanksgiving, hash is a natural, particularly if brussels sprouts and potatoes play a prominent role on your table. Charred brussels sprouts get crisp, sweet and flavorful—perfect for smothering in egg yolks and gravy.
Roast Turkey and Black Bean Quesadillas
Rejuvenate your leftover turkey with black beans, jalapeños, and cheese in a quick and crisp quesadilla.
Turkey Grilled Cheese
Thanksgiving leftovers are stuffed into a grilled cheese sandwich served with hot gravy.
A morning-friendly alternative to the leftovers sandwich. Enter the Thanksbenedict: leftover stuffing is fried into cakes and topped with sliced turkey, a poached egg, and a dollop of cranberry sauce.
This milkshake recipe is easy to make using leftover pecan or pumpkin pie (but not both at the same time, please) with a touch of cranberry sauce for a tinge of tartness; if you're daring, go ahead and add in a spoonful of sweet potato casserole, too. Mix it up, and then sip, savor, and enjoy this indulgent post-holiday treat.
Turkey 'n' Dumplings
Classic chicken 'n' dumplings-style stew made with leftover turkey (or chicken), with light, fluffy, biscuit-based dumplings.
Sichuan-Style Hot and Numbing Sliced Turkey
If you've already eaten all the turkey leftovers, this dish can be made with sliced pork or chicken too. Throw the meat into a saucepan with chile oil (very simple to whip up from scratch), cilantro, Sichuan peppercorns, vinegar, and some roasted peanuts.
Salad with Sweet Potatoes and Brussels Sprouts
Give your stomach time to recover with this simple and light turkey salad.
Switch up your leftover mashed potato's texture by shaping them into little disks, coating them in breadcrubs and frying until crisp. Fill them with turkey and cranberry and you will have croquettes perfect in any meal. Have sweet potatoes left over? Throw them into the mash and hold the cranberry sauce on the side.
Day-After Thanksgiving Stuffing and Turkey Breakfast Casserole
This savory casserole uses leftover stuffing, turkey, and your Thanksgiving sides for a quick and filling brunch.
Turkey Tamale Pie
Throw this quick pie together with boxed cornbread mix, canned tomatoes and turkey bits from last night's dinner.