Love Your Christmas Food Leftovers With These 5 Easy Turkey Recipe Ideas

Love Your Christmas Food Leftovers With These 5 Easy Turkey Recipe Ideas.

Happy Boxing Day. I hope you all had a lovely Christmas?

Any Turkey left over?

I think it is hard not to have some food waste around at Christmas so today I am also sharing a few ideas on how to use up your leftover Turkey.

We usually end up making sandwiches from ours but there is only so many Turkey sandwiches you can eat, right?

Love Your Christmas Food Leftovers With These 5 Easy Turkey Recipe Ideas

Love Your Christmas Food Leftovers With These 5 Easy Turkey Recipe Ideas:

You know that feeling when Christmas day is over and all of the presents have all been given out and you still have a fridge full of food to get through?

Turkey anyone? With all the food that is leftover from Christmas day, what do you do with it?

Here is a tasty selection of recipes to make sure you get the best out of your leftover Turkey, on Boxing Day, New Years Day or beyond!

1.) Honey Mustard Turkey And Chantenay Salad With Pine Nuts And Goats Cheese: 

Use up leftover turkey and cheese in this delicious and healthy salad. Honey Mustard Turkey And Chantenay Salad With Pine Nuts And Goats Cheese.

2.) Indian Turkey Curry with Shallots:

 A classic turkey curry that the whole family will love to serve on Boxing day. Indian Turkey Curry With Shallots.

3.) Muffin Tin Frittatas With Shallots, Roast Potatoes, Turkey And Peas: 

These frittatas are so easy to make and perfect for a boxing day buffet. Muffin Tin Frittatas With Shallots, Roast Potatoes, Turkey And Pea.

4.) Thai Turkey And Asparagus Curry With Turmeric Rice: 

Easy, fast goodness in a bowl. Whip this up in under 30 minutes to leave you more time for Boxing day fun and games. Thai Turkey And Asparagus Curry With Turmeric Rice.

5.) Turkey Caesar Salad Cups:

A simple, speedy canapé that uses up leftovers and is ideal for a Boxing Day get-together. Turkey Caesar Salad Cups.

How do you finish off eating your leftover Turkey?

Fancy trying any of these recipes?


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4 Comments

  1. 31st December 2018 / 2:53 pm

    I am right there with you. Soooo much food! I am going to try some of those recipes and freeze some to try later. Happy New Year, Kippi

    • 2nd January 2019 / 8:22 pm

      Hope you had a lovely New Year Kippi 🙂

  2. Ruth
    31st December 2018 / 5:11 pm

    Some great ideas here. I need to try a few of these recipes.

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