After about 2 days or so, I feel myself starting to get tired of the Thanksgiving leftovers however, I don’t want to let any of them go to waste! This year my goal is to use as much of them as I can in various dishes.
Check out the following recipes I compiled to reuse the leftovers from this year’s Thanksgiving.
Photo Credit Sloe Cooker at Food.com
Potato Pancakes Recipe. FYI, this got excellent ratings!
What you need:
1 -2 egg
1/4 cup flour
oil or Crisco, for frying
sour cream (optional) or applesauce, for garnish (optional)
Mix mashed potatoes, egg, flour, salt, pepper, garlic, and any optional ingredients, into mashed potatoes. Preheat skillet and add a couple of tablespoons of Crisco shortening or oil. Make sure the mixture is not too thin. Pour 1/4 cup batter into hot pan; brown on both sides. Enjoy with sour cream or applesauce.
Instead of sour cream or applesauce as a garnish, you could even add some Whole Berry Cranberry Sauce or Jellied Cranberries.
Photo Credit Frugal and Fun Mom
Pulled Bar-B-Que Turkey Sandwiches Recipe. This is so easy!
Source Frugal and Fun Mom
Put some olive oil in a pan, add the shredded turkey and your favorite Bar-B-Que sauce. Heat it on Medium. Once it is hot, serve it on your left over toasted rolls with a side of Cole Slaw (or put the Cole Slaw on Top).
Photo Credit allrecipes.com
Gary’s Stuffed Mushrooms Recipe. This also got excellent ratings!
What you need:
I hope you enjoy your meals, and Happy Holidays!