Leftovers are rarely an issue in this house, not because we eat gobble everything down, we have no problems eating leftovers. However on big meal days, like Thanksgiving (or when I seem to have no sense of “there’s only two of us”) leftovers can eventually become a put off. You just loose your taste for them.
That’s when it’s time to freeze or reinvent the meal. My turkey crisp is really a no-recipe kind of recipe and it certainly doesn’t miraculously change the flavor of turkey day left overs, rather it presents it in a new light. Instead of a plate full of exactly what we had the day before and the before that, it’s new and if I may say so cute dish. With a name like Turkey Crisp it sounds rather tasty.
You can do this as a casserole or in individual dishes (seemed like a perfect time to whip out the mini cauldrons). It’s layers of leftovers topped with stuffing then baked until hot and bubbly. What could be easier? A nice salad on the side and your set.
I hope that all of you had a wonderful and happy Thanksgiving!
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