Leftovers are simply the most effective components about Thanksgiving. And since most our gatherings have been smaller this 12 months, most of us made approach an excessive amount of meals. After all, the day-after meal may be much more rewarding than the vacation feast. Right here’s just a few concepts to profit from your Thanksgiving leftovers.
Tex-Mex, Gumbo or Soup
At Tim Love‘s dwelling in Fort Value, Texas, the chef turns his scraps right into a fiery Tex-Mex unfold. “I like to combine it up a bit of bit,” he says. “I make enchiladas, quesadillas, chilaquiles with fried eggs and pulled turkey meat.”
Patrick Mould whips up a turkey-based gumbo yearly, whereas some folks want a wealthy turkey soup.
For a lot of others – the impulse to lounge trumping the draw of the kitchen – the optimum day-after lunch is definitely the least labor-intensive: the type of massive, heaping turkey sandwich Homer Simpson would possibly make. Put no matter you want inside: some mashed or candy potatoes to bind the sandwich; cranberries for a candy and salty zing. Or don’t. The purpose is, the day-after sandwich is your massive alternative to revisit the perfect of yesterday’s meal.
New York chef Bobby Flay grew up with a vacation meal that included white-bread stuffing and canned cranberry sauce. His sandwich colossus: home made roast turkey, cranberry sauce, and stuffing piled between slices of mayonnaise-slathered toast. “It’s a bit of bizarre placing bread on bread,” Flay says, “but it surely’s actually satisfying.”
Clark Frasier, chef at Arrows in Ogunquit, Maine, pares his sandwich right down to meat solely (with mayo, pickles, mustard, and lettuce). “I don’t want cranberries on my sandwich,” he says.
Or if you happen to’re keen to place in a bit extra effort, take some recommendation from Chicago chef Graham Elliot. He makes bread pudding from stuffing. When firmed up and sliced, it serves because the bread. Add turkey, chestnuts, turkey jus mayo, pickled yams, and cranberry relish.
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