Crunchy whole wheat bread crumbs and Parmesan cheese make a delicious topping for this holiday comfort dish of creamy noodles, leeks and turkey (use leftovers!).
An after-Thanksgiving tradition in some homes, this is a smart and satisfying way to use leftover turkey. Our version is loaded with antioxidant-rich ingredients to help keep you healthy during this stressful season.
Use leftover turkey (and perhaps green beans) from Thanksgiving to make this bright, spicy curry. Or substitute cubed, cooked chicken, tempeh or tofu. Ladle it over cooked brown rice or spaghetti squash and top with chopped cilantro if you wish.
Meaning mincemeat in Spanish, picadillo is traditionally made with beef or pork, but it's just as tasty with turkey. Served "Cuban style" over rice and beans or topped with taco fixings like lettuce, tomatoes and onions, it's an excellent use for leftover turkey...
There's always something comforting about eating rich and creamy turkey pot pie and this version is no exception. Use leftover Thanksgiving turkey, or even shredded roasted chicken, to make this simple take on a classic even easier.
Egg whites added to whole eggs gives this dish a light texture and helps to reduce the fat and cholesterol, while roasted veggies add lots of flavor as well as vitamins. If fresh asparagus is difficult to come by, substitute another fresh green like broccoli or...
Serve this dish simply with toasted pita or spoon it over brown rice. It is a hearty, spicy meal to warm a cold winter's night.
What better way to use leftover turkey from Thanksgiving than to make a satisfying pot of turkey noodle soup? Our hearty version gets a nutritional boost from kale and whole-wheat elbow macaroni.