A good rule of thumb for turkey leftovers is that anything you can make with chicken, you can easily substitute with turkey. This quick and easy Thai take out recipe is far from your average leftover dish.
Quick corn pudding is a Thanksgiving dish that you can make ahead of time so that you can spend more time hanging out with the family on Thanksgiving day. To do this, prepare the recipe as directed but hold off on the breadcrumbs and baking until just before serving time.
Revamp the classic leftover turkey sandwich and transform it into this delicious turkey grilled cheese with brie, cranberry mustard sauce and sauteed fennel. One bite and you'll be hooked on this one of a kind gourmet turkey sandwi...
Thanksgiving is looming and you have stocked your kitchen with everything that you need to make the big dinner a success. You have a plan and you’re ready to head into the big day worry-free. Sounds good, doesn’t it? The reality for most of us is that we spend the day before Thanksgiving looking up...
It's the inevitable result of every Thanksgiving feast: no matter how many guests you pack around your table and no matter how much they eat, you will have leftovers. We've rounded up the 31 best recipes to transform your leftovers and make them even better than they were on turkey day.
Now supposing that you've got yourself a big 'ol pile of leftover turkey sitting in the fridge, and right next to it happens to be a batch of the mole poblano you made a few weeks back. There's only one possible outcome to this situation: turkey and mole enchiladas (or, if you want to get really technical about it, enmoladas).
These days, frying turkey is an American birthright. But it began as a Cajun specialty, little known outside crawfish country.
Nobody feels like cooking full meals the day after Thanksgiving, which is where leftovers come in. But you don't have to stick with the same old reheat-eat-repeat. By letting your slow cooker do most of the work for you, you can take those leftovers and transform them into brand new dishes with just a little bit of time and effort on your part. Show More Summary
You know how it is; work runs late, your paycheck didn't arrive, or you just plain forgot the day. These things can happen to anyone, but now you have to bring a dish to your family's Thanksgiving dinner celebration, and it has to not suck.
I love pumpkin pie and dishes that remind me of pumpkin pie, and few things come as close to pie without being pie as these Pumpkin Butter Pocket Cookies. These cookies may appear to be sandwich cookies at first glance, but they are actually sealed up to create a pocket that holds the filling in...
Do not underestimate the power of freshly popped popcorn on Thanksgiving. Corn is native to the Americans and as a result popcorn is considered an American snack. If you are going to make popcorn, forget the bagged stuff and look for whole kernels that you can pop yourself.
A turkey sandwich is the classic go-to after Thanksgiving meal. Nothing is easier than piling roasted turkey on bread with the remaining leftovers including stuffing, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce and gravy.
Nerdy Nummies hosted by Rosanna Pansino is a YouTube series dedicated to making pop culture treats from everyday ingredients.
In part 1 of this Kitchen Secrets episode follow Branden, Culinary Director at Staple & Fancy in Seattle, as he shows you how properly butcher a chicken into 8 pieces.
Sweet potatoes almost always make it on to my Thanksgiving table. Sometimes, I serve up Mashed Sweet Potatoes with Maple Butter instead of traditional mashed potatoes. Other times, I simply roast them. If you are looking for a new way to serve sweet potatoes at your holiday table, look no further than my Simple Sweet...
It's officially Thanksgiving crunch time. Deep breaths, no need to panic. We've got you covered with menus, planning tips, and shopping lists; taste tests of Thanksgiving supermarket staples; and plenty of features to peruse while the turkey's in the oven. Show More Summary
The stories we tell about the foods traditionally heaped onto our Thanksgiving tables often start and end with visions of Plymouth Rock. But some of the first bites of the Thanksgiving feast can tell us quite a lot about the holiday's history.
The holiday season's not just for going all gluttonous with the classics—it's also for trying out something new, challenging, or even crazy ambitious in the kitchen and on your plate. No doubt you've seen our wall-to-wall holiday menu coverage, and that train's not stopping till the new year. But we want you to join in and strut your own stuff, Serious Eats style.
So, you made a smoked turkey. And it was pretty damn moist and aromatic, woodsy, meaty, and smoky-sweet. But now you've got leftovers that need a boost. Here are three great ways to use up your bird.
Leftover mashed potatoes reheated in the waffle iron make for awesome crisp edges and custom-designed gravy wells.