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Every year I am faced with the same dilemma.
I buy a gigantic sized turkey and I’m left with a buttload of leftovers. Yes, I give some to my family to take home with them but there are still scads of leftovers. So, what’s a girl to do? I mean, the fridge is already packed full of all kinds of desserts and side dishes at this point. Aha! I will make leftover turkey casserole.
How yummy! Have you ever tried this recipe? It is to die for. Another little gem about leftover turkey casserole is how easy it is to make.
All you are doing is layering foods that have already been cooked in a baking dish and then reheating them in your oven. However, when they are all mixed together in a hot and bubbly casserole magical things begin to happen such as your taste buds throwing a festival in your mouth. You’ll see 🙂
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Quick Tip: You can freeze this casserole for a later time if need be.