Usually after Thanksgiving there are lots of leftovers. If you are cooking for a big gathering, you may be left with more leftovers than you know what to do with. After you encourage your family members to take home what they can, try using the leftovers in a fun recipe.
One fun way to use leftover turkey or ham is to make a Thanksgiving Ring! Use premade crescent rolls to create this pretty, and delicious, meal. It is super easy to make this recipe. Start with the crescent rolls laid on a baking sheet with the tips pointed outward and the ends overlapping. Next, spread leftover mashed potatoes over the bases of the triangles. Top the mashed potatoes with stuffing, meat of your choice and a drizzle of cranberry sauce. Fold over the tops of the triangles and stick it in the oven until golden brown! The pull-apart Thanksgiving Ring is a great choice to use up your leftovers.
For families with mountains of turkey left, do not worry! This next recipe will help out. Use up any leftover turkey in a turkey noodle soup. To begin, add oil to a hot pan and drop in carrots, celery, onion and leeks. Cook the vegetables under they are soft and add garlic, salt and pepper. Next, add broth, water, thyme, rosemary, bay leaf, oregano and red pepper flakes. Bring the mixture to a boil and add your egg noodles. Keep the heat on until the pasta is thoroughly cooked. After that, discard the thyme, rosemary and the bay leaf. Next, add your leftover and add salt and pepper. Now, enjoy! This is a great recipe for your family to enjoy. Turkey Noodle Soup is a warm and delicious soup to keep yourself warm.
Another great recipe are Green Bean Casserole Bundles. This is a great option if you need to use up leftover casserole or even if you bought too many green beans. To make this meal, start with a large mixing bowl and add cream of mushroom, milk, soy sauce, pepper and French’s fried onion. After adding these ingredients, add green beans and toss the all together. Grab a bundle of green beans and wrap them together with a piece of bacon. Then, place each bundle in the baking dish and cook for about 40 minutes until the bacon is fully cooked. This is a great option for families to enjoy. The Green Bean Casserole Bundles are a great option for a side, or even a main dish, during dinner. Try making this fun and delicious recipe today!
For people who have endless cranberry sauce, look no further. These Cranberry Meatballs are a delicious twist on a Thanksgiving staple. First, make meatballs. To make homemade meatballs, mix up beef with eggs, panko breadcrumbs, garlic and chives. Roll the mixture into small balls and set aside. Next, make your cranberry sauce. Whisk together cranberry sauce, chili powder and barbeque sauce. Heat up a skillet and add the meatballs to sear on all sides. Then, pour the sauce into the skillet and let the meatballs simmer for about 10 minutes until they are fully cooked through. To finish, garnish the meatballs with parsley and enjoy! These Cranberry Meatballs are a great side dish, snack, or even a main meal. Try this delicious recipe today!