Turn Thanksgiving turkey into a second (or even third) supper with delicious meals ranging from hearty casseroles to savory soups.
Leftover turky and veggies get a corn bread topper and a rich and creamy sauce in this irresistible casserole recipe.
Use your leftover turkey in this vegetable-filled soup that is topped with pistou, a mixture of basil, Parmesan cheese, and garlic.
If you love a good Reuben sandwich, then this turkey and Havarti cheese version is right up your alley. It's a delicious way to use up leftover turkey.
If you like nachos with all the trimmings, you'll love this dish. With just seven ingredients and 20 minutes of prep time, this make-ahead supper is also convenient.
This mile-high turkey sandwich gets a fresh spin with thick slices of country Italian bread and bruschetta topping.
Toss smoked turkey with bacon, snap peas, and romaine lettuce for a quick and delicious main-course salad. A four-ingredient dressing adds a tangy twist.
Looking for a healthy way to use your leftover turkey? Try our cheesy artichoke casserole that you'd never know is low in fat. You can use canned artichokes if you don't have frozen ones on hand.
Turn leftover turkey into a tasty Tex-Mex lunch in our simple tortilla wraps starring creamy avocados and spicy chipotle peppers.
Pepper-seasoned turkey breast, deli ham, and juicy oranges top fresh wilted spinach. Cooking juices make a tasty dressing.
Turn leftover turkey into a delicious soup. With pantry-ready ingredients, such as zesty salsa, chicken broth, and tortilla chips, this recipe is ready in a flash.
We show you how to make the best variation of this classic salad, which tosses together with your favorite dressing and lots of fresh veggies and meats in just 30 minutes.
This make-ahead salad features yellow rice, roasted turkey, prosciutto, dried cranberries, and your favorite veggies. Toss it with tangy bottled vinaigrette for a simple topper.
This zesty turkey-veggie soup comes together with a variety of pantry staples, including rice, dried herbs, and canned broth -- it couldn't be easier.
This crowd-pleaser makes the most of leftover turkey and cranberry sauce -- and it's got all of your favorite enchilada fixings, including black beans, salsa, Monterey Jack cheese, and onion.
Roasted turkey, crunchy cucumber, jicama (Mexican potatoes), onion, and jellied cranberry sauce top fresh baby spinach. Toss it with our tangy cranberry vinaigrette for an extra burst of flavor.
A creamy sauce featuring Parmesan cheese, roasted turkey, thyme, and sage tops these homemade cornmeal waffles. Cranberry relish makes a tart and delicious topper.
Whole wheat pasta, turnips, carrots, parsnips, and beans simmer for a little more than an hour in a zesty tomato broth to create this satisfying soup.
Ideal for a crisp night, this rich and creamy chowder whips up from just six ingredients -- and is on the table in just 20 minutes.
For these fresh sandwiches, toss together a Cobb salad and layer it onto soft hoagie rolls.
Serve a next-day brunch you and your out-of-town guests will love. This turkey-and-veggie frittata takes just 25 minutes to make.