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    Turkey Creations

    The ultimate Holiday leftover helper!
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    This is a simple, yet delicious, comforting meal. I've had it forever and the whole family loves it. I usu. don't make it with the almonds and it still tastes fantastic! Takes just minutes to throw together if you buy the crust already made.

    Recipe #203580

    This tried-and-true recipe is adapted from the makers of Nordic Ware. Simple and flavorful, the milk, eggs and cheese make this bundt casserole moist. Can be served with vegetables of your choice in the center of the rings, and garnished with apple slices, etc. This dish can be "lightened-up" using your favorite ways, and will still retain flavor. To freeze: cook, thaw, remove from pan (or not) then wrap well and freeze. To cook after freezing: thaw completely, then re-heat (covered or wrapped in tin foil) at 350 degrees for 30-40 minutes. If frozen whole, place frozen food in the bundt pan, covered with foil, with the bundt pan in a larger pan of water, and re-heat.

    Recipe #150805

    Yummy variation to the traditional lasagna. Great for leftover turkey.

    Recipe #149869

    With Thanksgiving coming, this is a great way to use up leftover turkey.

    Recipe #141119

    5 Reviews |  By Kaarin

    This recipe is different because it's sooo very creamy! It's easy, fast and makes my kids ask for more! Chicken can be used in place of the turkey, and you can substitute 2 small cans of chopped mushrooms for the fresh. This is great taste for very little work!

    Recipe #113389

    This is old-fashioned, from scratch, comfort food. This has been a family favorite for years. I like to take this to other families when they are in need of a meal. It's always a winner. I like making it with leftover turkey, too! I often add some cooked diced potatoes.

    Recipe #111777

    Don't let the long list of ingredients scare you, its a lot of canned beans and spices. My Husband goes Deer Hunting, actually camping (he is the cook) and I sent a giant pot of this for all the guys-it was a big hit. It smells so good and can be very spicy, so be careful with the jalapenos-(I used sliced in the jar.) I always make this after Thanksginving with leftover turkey.I usually double the recipe and use full cans.

    Recipe #108273

    I got this recipe from Recipes from Miss Daisy cookbook. It's a good way to use leftover turkey. I usually use chicken when I make this dish.

    Recipe #105733

    Using Turkey Soup #32399 by Leslie Criswell for my inspiration, I created this soup the other night. Very, very yummy!

    Recipe #102534

    2 Reviews |  By Katha

    Had some leftover turkey one day tried this from a old Pillsbury book. Made several changes and this was the result. My husband who never asks for any special meal requests this often.

    Recipe #83263

    Great noodle dish that you can make with leftover turkey or even chicken. Has a touch of nutmeg for that special flavor. Recipe courtesy of Karen.

    Recipe #79717

    Talk about quick and easy. Makes a yummy family meal. I used left-over smoked turkey from Thanksgiving and it gave a nice flavor.

    Recipe #79301

    I tried this chowder after an ice skating party, and when I went back for more it was long gone. It is rich and creamy and absolutely melts in your mouth. It is expected and devoured at every family gathering I have, there is never any left over, and always people asking for more.

    Recipe #73348

    I love making this soup when Autumn first arrives and I still have some veggies coming from the garden. I also love this recipe because I can have turkey soup without waiting for the Thanksgiving turkey carcass! Plus, you can use up those small amounts of pasta that you don't want to throw out but there's not enough for anything else! This is just an all-around good soup!

    Recipe #69680

    Looking for new life for your leftover turkey? Here it is! I believe I found this in Good Housekeeping.

    Recipe #55267

    a friend told me this recipe, to do something different with my leftover turkey, my family LOVES it!

    Recipe #52687

    22 Reviews |  By Mirj

    Don't throw away the turkey bones after you've demolished your bird! Save them to make a fantastic turkey stock, which you can then use to flavor all sorts of soups and gravies. After you strain the stock you can freeze it in small Tupperware tubs, or even in ice cube trays, very handy to have in the kitchen!

    Recipe #47432

    A great recipe for potlucks and buffets. This is easily made ahead and refrigerated before baking. I love the combination of flavors. I suspect it would be equally as good made with chicken.

    Recipe #41737

    8 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This is a family favorite Dutch recipe. Mom made this when we were growing up. The common curry powder found in the grocery is fine for this recipe. If you are looking for the authentic taste, or are a spice connoiseur, you would look for Indonesian curry powder or Sate seasoning. I find it on-line.

    Recipe #39499

    11 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This is a different and delicious way to serve baked or rotisserie chicken. It's a Dutch recipe. We never have left overs. The prep and cook time does not include the time to bake a chicken. I usually start with a fresh hot rotisserie chicken from the grocery store.

    Recipe #39114

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