So, here it is. What I decided to do with the leftover turkey was make a potpie. This potpie was a little different from the way I normally make it. Usually, I use biscuits, crescent rolls, or puff pastry on top as well as frozen veggies. I decided I didn't want that. I wanted something that said that this are some tasty Thanksgiving leftovers. What to do, what to do, what to do?
Here's my basic recipe:
2-3 cups of diced/chopped/shredded chicken or turkey
2 cans cream of (chicken, mushroom, celery, whichever one you like)
1 pkg. frozen mixed veggies (again, I'm not pick about which one I'm getting)
1 potato diced into half inch pieces (parcook the potato, I learned that the hard way)
1 half med. onion diced similarly to the potato
1 can chicken broth (using the cream of soup can), milk or white wine
salt, pepper and whatever spices you like (sage, thyme and dill are my faves)
1 can of biscuits, crescent rolls or one sheet of puff pastry
Mix first seven ingredients together in a stockpot on medium. Bring to a boil (I'm using the term loosely here). You want everything in the pot to get to know each other. Takes about fifteen minutes or long enough to finish cooking the potato. Once done, spread everything in a 9x13" baking dish and top with crust of your choice. You'll bake until biscuits etc. are golden, brown and delicious.
I happened to top my last pot pie with prepared stuffing. It was so good. There are lots of things you can do with that leftover turkey. This is one of my faves. Share yours. You can never have too many turkey recipes.