Turkey Tidbits

Turkey Tidbits

This was a real easy one to use up some of my turkey leftovers. 2 c. cooked turkey (shredded) 3-4 c. turkey gravy (mine was leftover) 3 Tbs. flour salt & pepper to taste In a large sauce pan combine turkey and gravy over medium heat. Once heated through, turn up heat and stir in flour.

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    This was a real easy one to use up some of my turkey leftovers.

    2 c. cooked turkey (shredded)
    3-4 c. turkey gravy (mine was leftover)
    3 Tbs. flour
    salt & pepper to taste

    In a large sauce pan combine turkey and gravy over medium heat. Once heated through, turn up heat and stir in flour. Turn heat up, and stir until it is slightly thickened. Salt and pepper to taste. Note: if it doesn't want to thicken, just add more flour, 1 Tbs. at a time.

    Serve over mashed potatoes (or toast, or both )

    Jaime OH

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    I really like turkey & gravey over toast....Or making an open face sandwhich with mashed potatoes and gravey...Yummie
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    I like it too! You can do the same thing with leftover pork or beef roast Think it is called bleep on a shingle

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