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    Leftover turkey...

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    What are you making with the leftover turkey???
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    Soup and sandwiches
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    we don't have any left overs...but what I usually do is scalloped turkey...
    in a baking dish put a layer of turkey...then a layer of stuffing, then a layer or...well what ever else you want really...I would stick to veggies though, and stay away from like sweet potatoes...but that's just me...

    now, pour a healthy amount of gravey (you don't want it to dry out in the oven)
    cover with a thick layer of mashed potatoes...and put it in the oven...bake at around 350 until is starts to bubble a bit...about 30-45 minutes usually
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    We're just doing a few sandwiches because we didn't have too many leftovers.
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    Turkey soup

    Rice, Corn & Barley with big chunks of turkey.
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    I sometimes do a chicken casserole that I just substitute the chicken with turkey.

    Chop up turkey into a 9x13 pan. Amount depends on how meaty you want the dish. Add a can of undilluted cream of mushroom soup, spread over the meat (you can substitute soup with leftover gravy). Sprinkle 1 and 1/2 cups cheese of choice (we prefer mozzarella) over the top. Finish it by crumbling a layer of leftover stuffing over the top. Bake at 350 degrees until bubbly, about 20 minutes.
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    i turned the carcass into some broth overnight in my new crockpot. it'll be soup in a few weeks.
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    Dh has been making turkey/biscuit things that are yummy as hell!! And of course sandwiches. How long is leftover turkey good for?


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    Turkey Tacos!! Well, not this year, because we went to a friends' house, but that's the norm! Tacos, Enchalidas, Sandwiches, Turkey Casserole
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    we dont really have any leftovers but i am useing the carcuss for soup..
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