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I gave this recipe 3 stars. My family liked this recipe. I had some cooked turkey I froze from Thanksgiving that I needed to use up. I had to make a change to the recipe. I only had regular cream of chicken soup so I doctored it with chicken bouillon, sage, poultry seasoning, celery flakes, and italian seasoning. I used frozen carrots & peas. I'd recommend cooking the carrots next time first. After cooking this together I seasoned it with pepper and salt. I served this over mashed potatoes and served it with turkey stuffing. Over all this was a great way to use up leftover turkey! Thanks for posting a good recipe. Christine (internetnut)

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internetnut December 17, 2008

This is sooooooooooooo good served over biscuits too.I didnt use corn starch.This will be fixed again :) Thanks for sharing :)

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DarksLight September 06, 2008

I have been making this recipe for years and always looked forward to Thanksgiving and Christmas because of it! This is the fastest and easiest way to get rid of leftover turkey. Actually my mom, who hated cooking, introduced me to this recipe over 30 years. The way I make it is very similar to this. I fill the soup can about 2/3 full with milk (no need to add cornstarch to thicken) and add turkey, leftover dressing and even leftover gravy to the pot. Warm everything together. Then serve over mashed potatoes with veggies and cranberry sauce on the side. Pure comfort food! There is never enough of this leftover dish! It is gobbled up quickly with smiles all around the table! Thanks so much for posting this one...it's been a keeper in my family for over 30 years but now I can add it to my recipe file as it was never written down before!

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cfletcher December 03, 2005
Easy As Can Be Creamed Turkey & Veggies