9 Ways to Elevate Your Thanksgiving Leftovers
9 Ways to Elevate
Your Thanksgiving Leftovers
That first plate of leftovers the next day is generally perfect as is. But if you’ve got multiple plates and days to work through, you might want to reinvent your leftovers a bit to keep it interesting. And if you love kitchen shortcuts and hate food waste as much as we do, please see our ideas for putting that turkey (and much more) to good use.
A delicately spiced broth finished with lots of fresh herbs works wonders on leftover turkey.
Adapted from OG goop contributor Lee Gross, who transforms leftovers like no one else. This mole sauce has a lot of ingredients, but it will make for incredible turkey tacos.
The leftover sandwich is delicious, if a tad predictable. An open-faced turkey Reuben? Now we’re talking.
Homemade cranberry sauce has a lot of untapped potential for cheese pairings—these tartines are a great start.
Don’t worry if these break up a bit as they cook; it will make your broth delightfully thick and creamy.
The pressure cooker makes a super concentrated turkey stock quickly and effortlessly. From there you can make soups, risottos, and so much more.
Bubble and squeak, a classic English dish designed to use up leftover veggies from a Sunday roast, is an excellent way to use leftover Thanksgiving veggies (and mashed potatoes). The trick is to use a small nonstick pan, then wait for super brown, crispy edges before attempting the flip.
The Kitchen Gear That Makes It All Easy
5QT Covered Casserole
10″ and 12″ Frypan Set
Storage Starter Set
Reusable Half-Gallon Storage Bag
Sicilian Extra Virgin Olive Oil