Turkey Leftovers

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.

Picadillo Chicken Pizza

Better Homes and Gardens

Here's a quick and easy way to use up leftover chicken or turkey.

Lotsa-Leftover Turkey and Dumplings


Whip up this 20-minute dinner the day after a big feast to use up leftover turkey and vegetables.

Herbed Turkey and Waffles

Better Homes and Gardens

Looking for something new for breakfast? Try this yummy combination of cornmeal, parsley, sage, thyme, turkey, and waffles.

Total: 35 mins

Turkey Pizzaiola

Family Circle

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.

Open-face Turkey Mornay

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Turkey Paella Salad

Better Homes and Gardens

Leftover turkey gets tossed with rice and plenty of vegetables for a complete meal.

Turkey-and-Rice Soup

Better Homes and Gardens

Use leftover Thanksgiving turkey and frozen vegetables to make this quick-to-the-table main dish soup.

Total: 25 mins

No-Fuss Calzones

Better Homes and Gardens

Gobbler Sandwich

Midwest Living

Roma tomatoes, romaine lettuce, and shredded cheddar cheese crown this 10-minute turkey sandwich. It's made with Italian flatbread.

Total: 10 mins

Turkey Frame Soup

Better Homes and Gardens

A leftover meaty turkey frame provides the base for this delicious noodle soup recipe.

Turkey Portobella Bake

Family Circle

Chunks of meaty portobella mushrooms lend a robust, earthy taste to this creamy chicken and pasta casserole recipe.

Turkey Waldorf Salad

Family Circle

This quick and easy low-calorie recipe combines chunks of turkey and Fuji apples with crunchy walnuts for a sensational lunch or salad supper.

Turkey-Cherry Rice Salad

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Turkey Fried Rice

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How to Roast a Turkey

While you can enjoy roast turkey and stuffing year-round, Thanksgiving is the traditional occasion for putting your knowledge of how to roast a turkey to the test for your family and friends. In fact, Thanksgiving turkey may be one of America's most beloved customs. A whopping 88 percent of Americans surveyed by the National Turkey Foundation reported partaking in the traditional "Turkey Day" meal. The organization estimates that more than one-fifth of the millions of turkeys consumed each year in the United States is eaten on Thanksgiving Day-- that rounds out to about 46 million birds in 2009.

New-Fashioned Hot Turkey and Gravy Sandwiches

Better Homes and Gardens

Elevate the classic open faced turkey and gravy sandwich by grilling up large tenderloins.

Total: 50 mins
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