For the last five days I've had at least one meal a day that contained turkey. Thanksgiving I had a wonderful dinner at Michelle's. Then the day after Thanksgiving I cooked a Thanksgiving meal (the reason why). For the remaining three days I've come up with these meals out of the leftovers. I'm happy to report there is not a piece of leftover Turkey or it's side kicks in my fridge. Mission complete.
The Classic Turkey Cranberry Sandwich
Easy Turkey Pot Pie
To make this I chopped up half a small onion. In medium sauce pan I added the onion with a small amount of olive oil. Over medium heat cook until soft. I added half a bag of frozen mixed vegetables. Add 1 cup of milk. In a microwave safe dish melt 1/2 a tbsp of butter. Stir in 1 tsp of corn starch to melted butter. Add butter and corn starch mixture to vegetable pot. Stir until it thickens. I then added my leftover carrots and cut up cooked turkey. Transfer to a baking dish. I then took 3 Pillsbury biscuits and cut them in half. Flattening each one out and place them on top of the mixture.
I cooked this in a preheated 350 degree oven for 14 minutes.
Turkey Salad with Cranberry Vinaigrette Dressing
Lettuce and Turkey - I love simple.
1/2 cup cranberry sauce
2 Tbsp white wine vinegar
salt to taste
Turkey Shepherd's Pie
For this I sauteed some onions in a pan with some olive oil. I added the last of the turkey (chopped) and gravy. I then added some frozen vegetables (corn, green beans and carrots. In a separate pan I reheated the mashed potatoes with a little milk. I also had a little stuffing left over so I just added that to me potatoes. In a baking dish I added the turkey/vegetable mixture. Then I topped that with the mashed potatoes. In a preheated 350 degree I baked this for about 15 minutes.
Can you say easy?
I'm am officially done with turkey. I do not want to see, taste or hear another turkey for a very long time.