11 Reviews

Hi, I had a bit of trouble getitng these tonset as well,but once I did they were well worth it..Thanks Brenda

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brendaglover June 25, 2012

I loved this recipe, so glad I tried it. Sorry I didn't rate sooner!

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Bella Rachelle December 17, 2010

Not bad. They didn't hold together real well and maybe if the turkey had been finely shredded they would have or perhaps add another egg. I didn't use soup over them either.

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Aunt Pat November 26, 2010

These were pretty good. It was a little hard getting them to come together in a croquette but I eventually managed. Made for PRMR tag.

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Realtor by day, Chef by night November 29, 2009

Wonderful recipe!!! Thank you very much for providing it. I was so amazed to see this recipe posted showing how-to use Turkey left overs. Great idea!!! The "Croquettes" are made back in France where I was brought up. Back there, The "Croquettes" are made using Chicken.

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renrcan May 30, 2015

I made these on 11/28/11,using leftovers from our Thanksgiving Dinner (which we had on 11/27/11). I followed the recipe as it was written but after chilling, I did have to add about 1/4 cup of unseasoned bread crumbs to make it firm enough to form the croquettes. To save a step, I combined the flour with the bread crumbs and then rolled croquettes in that and fried. I made homemade gravy by melting a little margarine and added some finely chopped onion,cooked until onion was soft.Then I added about 3 tablespoons of of flour and cooked long enough to get rid of the flour taste.And added about 1 cup of chicken broth and stirred until slightly thickened,and seasoned with S & P.I served the gravy over the croquettes and mashed potatoes,along with peas and carrots on the side. I know they were made too big,because I ended up with 6 instead of 8. But the next time ( and there sure will be a nest time :) ), I'll try to make them smaller. Thanks for posting a wonderful way to use leftover turkey and/or chicken. " Keep Smiling :) "

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Chef shapeweaver � November 29, 2011

Tasty, I used leftover gravy instead of the sauce. I don't buy turkey often but great for leftovers during the holidays. Served on top of leftover mashed potatoes.

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Michelle_My_Belle December 27, 2008

Thanksgiving is over, and I've packed up leftovers for departing guests, but I still find myself with some turkey and some dressing. This was perfect! I made them "patty" shaped to freeze easier. I like the OAMC idea...having these in the freezer on a busy workday will be nice. These taste just like turkey and dressing! Made for PRMR tag!

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breezermom November 29, 2008

LOVED THESE! I'm always looking for new recipes to use up the thanksgiving leftovers and this is perfect! I love the crunch the turkey and stuffing get from browning in the pan. The only thing I did different was to add a little salt and pepper to the sauce. Thanks for the awesome recipe B&B!

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KLBoyle November 27, 2007
Bird's Thanksgiving Leftover Croquettes