Gluten Free Turkey Noodle Soup with Easy Country Noodles Recipe
I know a lot of people tend to make soup with their leftovers. However, this is the soup my Handsome Hubby looks forward to. I started to make this last year and for someone whose favorite way to have turkey leftovers is on a sandwich, for him to ask me for this soup told me immediately that I had a home run!!!
So consider changing up your “usual” soup leftover recipe for this one… it’s a new holiday tradition in our home!! Thanksgiving leftovers always taste so good with this recipe!! Click here for Recipe…..
Turkey Leftover Recipes!! Just saying it makes me happy! I love a good leftover recipe and you know that if you have ever visited this site before. If not, and you are here reading this you need to check out our leftover recipes… Turkey, beef, pork, chicken and even veggies… we got it!!
Now this is going to sound odd but I love turkey leftover recipes that I make a TON of tempting appetizers and side dishes just so people get full fast and leave my dang turkey alone.. that way I can think of something fun to do with that turkey and serve it to you the next few nights!!
Tonight I served my Handsome Husband this delightful treat!! It was a big hit at our home. In fact I took a big pot over to one of our recipe taster’s house too. This is nice cause with just three to four cups of chopped turkey you can get a pot of soup that will feed 8 to 10!!
I love turkey and it’s on sale big time right now!! I am buying them and cooking them just to freeze the cooked meat. This makes it a lot easier to store once cooked and the cooked meat makes great fast meals!! At 0.79 cents per pound how can you go wrong??
One thing that I just adore is leftover recipes. Although I have many leftover recipes on this site, right now I am focused on the gobbler. By day three reheating the leftovers is not appealing to everybody so here is a great idea of what to do with them to mix it up a bit!!
I really enjoyed this recipe but when buying the gluten free BBQ sauce you can always use your favorite but I do recommend not using the sweeter ones like the honey or brown sugar sauces… but even if you do this easy recipe sure is tasty.
Keep in mind… this leftover recipe can be made in the morning or night before and then popped into the oven at dinner time.
Your leftover turkey takes one a whole new life with this recipe!!
Gluten Free Sweet & Spicy Asian Turkey Bowls Recipe
When someone says “turkey” most of our first thoughts go straight to Thanksgiving and the warm family memories around the Thanksgiving dinner table. In fact, that is one of the reasons it’s my favorite holiday. It’s all about the food and the memories we create every year.
With all the traditional thoughts we have revolving around turkey It’s hard to imagine a turkey dinner made from your leftover thanksgiving meal that has an Asian inspired taste!! Well just because we cherish those family traditions and recipes doesn’t mean that you have to stay within that box with your leftovers. In fact this recipe is so tasty that I will be making a turkey breast all year round just so that I can enjoy this yummy dinner with my family. Click here for Recipe….
Did you know that dishes made with mashing potatoes together date back to the mid 1700s??
No wonder it is one of my favorite comfort foods!!
Mashed potatoes are like magic… they can make a cold day warm. What would shepherd’s pie be without mashed potatoes? Mashed potatoes are even used in making pasta and candy!!
I am always trying to think of new reasons to serve them. Ever since my Handsome Husband introduced me to the “mashed potato bowl” concept I have been on a roll.
My latest in the mashed potato bowl series in my home is today’s recipe BBQ Chicken Mashed Potato Bowls. After all, I have confessed to you all many a times how I adore BBQ. That sauce in itself is pretty magical. So why not combine two of my favorites!!??
Why not indeed!
What to you want to bet that Handsome Hubby is going to end up regretting introducing me to the mashed potato bowl concept?? Continue reading →