Bird's Thanksgiving Leftover Croquettes

"A spin off of our Recipe #253952, and just as tasty. Great for OAMC too. The croquettes freeze well, then just pop them in the microwave for a quick meal or snack. :)"
 
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Ready In:
4hrs 10mins
Ingredients:
8
Yields:
8 croquettes
Serves:
4
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ingredients

  • 2 -3 cups cooked turkey, chopped up (leftovers)
  • 2 cups prepared stuffing (leftovers)
  • 2 eggs, slightly beaten
  • flour, for dredging
  • breadcrumbs, for dredging
  • 3 tablespoons vegetable oil, for frying (may need more or less)
  • Sauce if not using leftover gravy

  • 1 (12 ounce) can condensed cream of chicken soup (1 can)
  • 12 cup 2% low-fat milk
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directions

  • Mix the turkey, stuffing, and eggs well. Refrigerate 3 hours minimum.
  • Create a 'log' shape from about 3/4 cup of mixture. Then gently drop onto the counter to flatten the bottom. (about 3" high, 2" in diameter).
  • Roll the croquettes in flour, then bread crumbs. Fry in oil in deep skillet over medium heat, turning occasionally, until golden brown on all sides and bottom, about 10-15 minutes. Keep warm in 200 degree Fahrenheit oven.
  • Sauce: (or you can use leftover gravy) Meanwhile, mix the can of soup with the half cup milk in a saucepan. Cook, stirring constantly, until warmed and creamy.
  • Pour over croquettes or serve sauce on the side. Traditionally served atop mashed potatoes for a wonderful presentation.

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Reviews

  1. brendaglover
    Hi, I had a bit of trouble getitng these tonset as well,but once I did they were well worth it..Thanks Brenda
     
  2. Bella Rachelle
    I loved this recipe, so glad I tried it. Sorry I didn't rate sooner!
     
  3. Patti Gayle
    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.
     
  4. Realtor by day
    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.
     
  5. renrcan
    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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Original Zaaarite. Food lovers. Lynnda passed away in March 2020. Her recipes live on here for everyone to enjoy and Rick continues the tradition. We will forever live together through our food. Live well. Eat well.?
 
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