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Did you make a huge dinner for your family, only to realize you may have exaggerated a little? Even if the meal was super delicious, sometimes you’re just going to have leftovers. From peppers, to onion, mashed potatoes and squash, your typical leftovers will delight in this easy to prep dish. This is a hearty dish that will stay with you with cold nights, and save from wasting any food. Who would want to throw food away? I’d much rather save that money for something fun!
There is some slight preparation to this dish, as the squash will give off a richer flavor, if it is cooked prior to making the stew. Chef Jason, who invented this recipe, works for the Douglas County School District, so you know the kids already love this turkey and squash stew!
Recipe and photo courtesy of The Denver Post
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