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Stop! Don’t you dare throw those Thanksgiving leftovers away!
Not that I thought any of you would ever do such a crazy thing. I mean, how wasteful would that be? Very! However, there is a dilemma that we all face each year after the big holiday dinner and that is all the leftovers.
What the heck do we do with all of those leftovers?! I mean, you can only eat turkey for so many meals after the fact. My mother used to make a big old pot of turkey noodle soup and it was delish! However, that didn’t tackle the issue of the side dish leftovers.
I’ve found a recipe over on the Dining With Alice website that does tackle this beast. Good ‘ol Alice is quite a gem in the kitchen and she came up with a Thanksgiving leftover casserole. And get this…there are tater tots in it! Your kids will love this hot dish. yeah, I said “hot dish”. Apparently, that is what meals like this are called in Minnesota. I like it 🙂
Recipe and image courtesy of Dining With Alice.
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Quick Tip: You can make this yummy casserole and freeze it for later.