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Susie's Turkey Hash Super Special

Susie's Turkey Hash Super Special created by AZPARZYCH

After Thanksgiving my Sue cooks the best turkey hash you ever tasted. It does not take a long time but the results are fantastic. I hope you try it.

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  • Cut up potatos in bite size peices. Chop onion garlic and celery. Put in large frying pan and add butter sliced in smaller peices.Add Spices. Cook till qnions are soft.Add broth and turkey and cook app 8 minute Add stuffing and cook till potatos are soft.Cook till broth thickens .Serve and enjoy.
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"After Thanksgiving my Sue cooks the best turkey hash you ever tasted. It does not take a long time but the results are fantastic. I hope you try it."
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  1. diamondeyes72
    I was skeptical with the leftover stuffing but thought I'd go for it, sound better than corn starch turned out good
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  2. AZPARZYCH
    This was great, and will be even better with Thanksgiving leftovers! I used a whole rotisserie chicken that I shredded and Stove Top stuffing. I did add the whole box of stuffing; after I added the 1 cup required and stirred it up the stuffing seemed to disappear. Made for PAC Fall 2011.
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  3. AZPARZYCH
    Susie's Turkey Hash Super Special Created by AZPARZYCH
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  4. bill mayes
    After Thanksgiving my Sue cooks the best turkey hash you ever tasted. It does not take a long time but the results are fantastic. I hope you try it.
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