With any luck, you’ll have some Turkey Day fixings leftover to feast on for a few more days. While leftovers are great reheated, sometimes you want to mix it up and use all that turkey for something different. These recipes will get some serious mileage out of your post-holiday abundance and keep all the good feelings flowing.
Using the turkey in a casserole is a great way to change up the flavor. Tip: You can assemble the casserole, freeze it and bake it later for an easy dinner on a busy night.
A salad is a great light-tasting counter to the richness of your Turkey Day feast. This one is particularly apropos if you have leftover ingredients like turkey, apples, celery and nuts.
Topping off some greens with a turkey pasta salad makes for a filling meal that’s full of flavor, but still light tasting and fresh.
If you’re into the idea of a turkey pasta salad, this spicy and bacon-filled recipe is also a good one to go for.
Extra turkey? Wrap it up with some avocados for a great alternative to your standard turkey sandwich.
These meaty, cheesy biscuits are great as a side or a quick lunch on the go.