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Fill tortillas with all of your Thanksgiving leftovers for a charming meal.
I have always loved the holidays primarily because of the food. The big dinner came and went and then you got to graze on leftovers for days. I think that was the best part of Thanksgiving and Christmas feasting.
When it comes to Thanksgiving dinner you really do have a world of options in terms of what you do with your leftovers. From casseroles to soups you can make so many yummy things!
I found this delightful recipe for turkey tortilla bowls on the Dining With Alice blog. That Alice sure does know how to make a meal out of holiday leftovers. In fact, this isn’t Alice’s first Thanksgiving leftover rodeo. She also has a delicious tater tot casserole recipe that features Turkey Day leftovers. Yum! Anyway, hop on over to the next page to get the details on this fabulous turkey tortilla cup recipe. Enjoy!
Recipe and image courtesy of Dining With Alice.
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Quick Tip: These turkey tortilla cups go great with a side of cranberry sauce.