After Thanksgiving a lot of us have leftover turkey and sometimes I get tired of the soup, meatpie, etc solutions to the leftovers. Here is a recipe I devised with a little help from Southern Foods on the internet. I used Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce and turkey from the carcass, but any meat would go well.
Pork, beef, sausage or chicken would do very well, too. This goes well with coleslaw and rolls.
I wanted something a little different in the dressing so I improvised and we liked the results. I always use the packaged coleslaw mix because I am lazy!
This calls for Miracle Whip, but mayonnaise can be used as well. I don't care for very creamy coleslaw so if you do just make a little more dressing. The time does not include the refrigeration time for the dressing. If you are counting points, as on WW, this is 3 points using light Miracle Whip and Splenda.
A great beef stew recipe from Mrs Dash's internet site. It has become our favorite. I am printing it as it comes from the site, but it is versatile as well.
I have cooked it as is and also in the crockpot. I have used peas instead of green beans and like them both. I have also used Healthy Request Cream of Celery Soup instead of the beef broth. The one thing I wouldn't change is the Mrs Dash Garlic and Herb Seasoning, it really makes it flavorful.
This is a great recipe that I found on the Starkist Tuna site. It is one of the few fish cake recipes that does not break up with being turned in the pan. I did add an egg to the original recipe. The Zesty Lemon Pepper Tuna in the pouch gives these cakes a little different flavor and we enjoyed them. I served these with tarter sauce and hamburger buns.
Anyone who ever passed through Chillicothe, Ohio has some idea of what a Sumburger is. This unique hamburger is a great change from the usual hamburger. The original restaurant was a drive-in and is still a very popular place to get good food.
My favorite banana bread. This recipe can be easily made into a 9x13 cake, also. I have been making this bread for years and I prefer it to others I have tried. This is a moist, flavorful bread or cake and it uses vegetable oil and whole wheat pastry flour to make it a little more healthy.
I am the proud mom and grandmom of two firefighters for Orange County, Florida. I made this soup and took some to the station to test it and it was a success. It can be modified to be less spicey by using kielbasa or smoked sausage instead of chorizo.
This wonderful, hearty stew is from Fix It And Forget It Lightly. A crockpot cookbook by Phyllis Good. This is a Puerto Rican recipe by a farmhand named Weney and I will be forever greatful. We have this often.
A rich, fiber filled, healthy vegetable soup that is great for Lent, or any time. I used Gayelord Hauser's Vegetable Broth mix and I love the richness is lends to the taste, but any vegetable broth with spices of your choice will be good.
This recipe comes from the Virginia Apple Growers Assoc site. I have posted the original and my recipe that was a mistake to begin with, but we love it now. I used Apple Butter recipe #93886 from Margo.