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“What should I do with my leftovers?” is a question that we always ask ourselves after a huge feast.
Here is where casserole dishes come to the rescue. They allow us to transform our leftovers into something else entirely- dishes that taste flavorful and savory. In our household, we always have leftover ham, chicken, or turkey. White turkey is usually made during Thanksgiving, I cook it every time I feel like celebrating something. Whether it’s a milestone in the life of my sons or a good news regarding my husband’s career. More often than not, you can see a turkey in our icebox.
Leftover turkey is usually transformed into sandwiches the next day. Sometimes, it’s transformed into soup. This turkey casserole is a nice change to these dishes. What I love about this casserole the most is that it is easy to make. You can also adjust the taste based on your family’s preferred taste.
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Quick Tip: You can add a little gravy to the meat for that extra juice and flavor.