Monday, November 28, 2005

Leftovers

Our trip went alright. The drive was horrible, we had problems in PA both on ways. On the way there it was snow, on the way back it was a closed freeway and traffic. It was good to see family though.
Now for all of you with leftovers still, here are some creative ways to use up the food.

Turkey and Noodles
Just take some noodles and add chunks of turkey. For the sauce you can use leftover gravy, you can thicken it a little by adding some flour and heating it up in a pan. It will get thick and bubble some.

Turkey Tacos
Same as regular tacos, only use a white cheese instead of chedder. I always like white cheese with white meat, but that might just be me.

Turkey Pizza
Roll out a pizza dough (hand made or store bought whichever). Then use ranch dressing for your sauce. Add the turkey, white cheese, and onions taste pretty good on it too.

Baked Sandwich
Take a small square baking dish. Spray with nonstick spray. Put down enough bread to cover the bottom, then add turkey/ham/both, and then add cheese on top. Layer it in that order until your close to the top. Crush us cornflakes and sprinkle on top. Melt 3 tablespoons of butter and drizzle on top. Bake at 350 for a hour.

For those Ham leftovers try..

Ham and Veggies
Just cut up chunks of ham and mix with a can of veggies, like green beens.

Ham, Egg, and Cheese English Muffin
Cut a piece of ham to fit the english muffin, heat it up in the skillet, put cheese on top so it can melt while you cook the egg. Cook the egg as you like it, and put it on the muffin.
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