Dress up turkey leftovers with these delicious recipes. Whether you're looking for a soup, stew, casserole, or skillet dinner, these turkey recipes will definitely fill the bill.See Popular Turkey Leftovers Recipes
Use your leftover holiday turkey to make from-scratch soup packed with barley and vegetables.
A great way to use any leftover cooked turkey, these enchiladas are sure to please your family for a busy weekday meal.
Give new life to leftover turkey in a pleasing casserole featuring pasta, zucchini and olives in tasty tomato sauce.
The second best part of Thanksgiving, after the actual dinner with friends and family, is the turkey leftovers. But if you stocked up on too many bargain-priced turkeys or just can't face another turkey-and-cranberry-sauce sandwich, there are plenty of other ways to use up the rest of the bird. (And, yes, you do have to make that bird first; the roast turkey shown above is from a favorite classic recipe.)
Breathe new life into leftover turkey with an easy cheese-topped dinner bake.
Not sure what to do with all that leftover turkey? Five on-hand ingredients and 25 minutes is all you need to make this satisfying soup, that turns leftovers into a completely new dish.
Here's a quick and easy way to use up leftover chicken or turkey.
Bisquick Heart Smart® recipe! Whip up a delicious and comforting main-dish pie using leftover turkey and what's on hand.
Our quick and easy recipe, featuring turkey, broccoli and just the right amount of Cheddar cheese makes for a divine Turkey Divan.
Whip up this 20-minute dinner the day after a big feast to use up leftover turkey and vegetables.
Here's a tasty use for leftover turkey...this quick and easy stir-fry is seasoned with ginger and soy sauce, and on the table in a snap!
This 30-minute one-dish meal is a great way to use leftover turkey. Serve the turkey slices over spaghetti to soak up the pepper and onion tomato sauce.
Prepare this sandwich filling in 20 minutes with leftover turkey. Apple, celery and green onions add crunchy texture.
Looking for something new for breakfast? Try this yummy combination of cornmeal, parsley, sage, thyme, turkey, and waffles.