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As lots of people will be having roast turkey next Sunday, there's going to be a lot of left over turkey. What are your favourite ways of using up the bird? Looking for ideas other than turkey curr… Read More
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4m, 6d agoPosted 4 months, 6 days ago
As lots of people will be having roast turkey next Sunday, there's going to be a lot of left over turkey. What are your favourite ways of using up the bird?

Looking for ideas other than turkey curry!
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4m, 6d agoPosted 4 months, 6 days ago
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13norfolk
MagleMan
Without fail it has to be devilled turkey. We have eaten this every year since my childhood. I look forward to it more than the actual Christmas meal.
How do you make it?
The brown meat is marinated in Worcester sauce (the more, the better!) and mustard, with a few other seasonings. Then quickly cooked by frying or grilling.
The white meat is pulled and gently cooked in double cream, butter and seasoning. We sometimes add mushrooms.
Usually serve it with other leftovers, but it's great with rice.

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#1
I normally just eat the turkey on its own so i eat the turkey again but cold :)
#2
mutley1
I normally just eat the turkey on its own so i eat the turkey again but cold :)
Love picking at it straight from the fridge! X)
#3
stir fry
#4
http://spoonforkbacon.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/thanksgiving-turkey-sandwich.jpg

Don't eat Ross' sandwich. ;)X)
#5
13norfolk
mutley1
I normally just eat the turkey on its own so i eat the turkey again but cold :)
Love picking at it straight from the fridge! X)

I love cold turkey so i dont eat much of it on christmas day when it is hot but wait for the second day when i can eat it cold. I remember one year, my mum bought such a huge turkey which no one wanted the second day except me and as i was only little, it took me a whole week to finish it X)
#6
Have lamb or beef ? :|
wrap it in bacon and reheat in the oven(not the microwave)
with some more roasties :D
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Edited By: thewongwing101 on Dec 17, 2016 22:16
#7
Aiden1512
http://spoonforkbacon.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/thanksgiving-turkey-sandwich.jpg
Don't eat Ross' sandwich. ;)X)
I'd take that skin off! Assuming that's stuffing at the top oO . Bit of cranberry sauce I'd add. Yum X)
#8
Without fail it has to be devilled turkey. We have eaten this every year since my childhood. I look forward to it more than the actual Christmas meal.
#9
Turkey stuffing and cranberry sauce sandwiches. On thick fresh crusty bread with a generous spreading of good butter. Mouth is watering at the thought!
#10
curry
#11
MagleMan
Without fail it has to be devilled turkey. We have eaten this every year since my childhood. I look forward to it more than the actual Christmas meal.
What IS devilled turkey? Is it like devilled eggs involving mincing it up with mayo?
#12
Just slice it cold and get some good pickles and chutney, to be honest I don't like trying to make turkey into another meal, just enjoy it cold
#13
I don't like turkey but the following were inflicted upon me during childhood, and are apparently nice;

Cold turkey with bubble and squeak
Cold turkey sandwiches
Turkey casserole
Turkey curry
Turkey pasta
Turkey soup using stock made from the carcass, usually with the ham bones and veggies etc.
#14
sickly sweet
I don't like turkey but the following were inflicted upon me during childhood, and are apparently nice;
Cold turkey with bubble and squeak
Cold turkey sandwiches
Turkey casserole
Turkey curry
Turkey pasta
Turkey soup using stock made from the carcass, usually with the ham bones and veggies etc.

Thank you <3

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#15
MagleMan
Without fail it has to be devilled turkey. We have eaten this every year since my childhood. I look forward to it more than the actual Christmas meal.
How do you make it?
#16
sickly sweet
I don't like turkey but the following were inflicted upon me during childhood, and are apparently nice;

Cold turkey with bubble and squeak
Cold turkey sandwiches
Turkey casserole
Turkey curry
Turkey pasta
Turkey soup using stock made from the carcass, usually with the ham bones and veggies etc.
Yes, they're the ones I grew up with! Turkey soup seemed to go on for days.....:(
#17
sickly sweet
I don't like turkey but the following were inflicted upon me during childhood, and are apparently nice;
Cold turkey with bubble and squeak
Cold turkey sandwiches
Turkey casserole
Turkey curry
Turkey pasta
Turkey soup using stock made from the carcass, usually with the ham bones and veggies etc.

sickly sweet
I don't like turkey but the following were inflicted upon me during childhood, and are apparently nice;
Cold turkey with bubble and squeak
Cold turkey sandwiches
Turkey casserole
Turkey curry
Turkey pasta
Turkey soup using stock made from the carcass, usually with the ham bones and veggies etc.
It's like you've put the word 'turkey' in front of every meal idea :|

Edited By: airfix on Dec 17, 2016 23:55
#18
pickledtink
MagleMan
Without fail it has to be devilled turkey. We have eaten this every year since my childhood. I look forward to it more than the actual Christmas meal.
What IS devilled turkey? Is it like devilled eggs involving mincing it up with mayo?
I believe it's an old Victorian dish. Devilled due to the spicy nature of the the brown meat. You cook the brown and white meat separately, the brown gets the spicy treatment and the white is cooked in cream to counter the heat.
#19
13norfolk
MagleMan
Without fail it has to be devilled turkey. We have eaten this every year since my childhood. I look forward to it more than the actual Christmas meal.
How do you make it?
The brown meat is marinated in Worcester sauce (the more, the better!) and mustard, with a few other seasonings. Then quickly cooked by frying or grilling.
The white meat is pulled and gently cooked in double cream, butter and seasoning. We sometimes add mushrooms.
Usually serve it with other leftovers, but it's great with rice.
#20
I eat turkey chilli all the time. Not tried it with left over turkey, but I am sure you could make something work :)
#21
turkey sandwiches for tea then chuck it away as we go visiting on boxing day
#22
We deliberately cook extra of everything on Xmas day and then for the next two days we have the vegetables as bubble and squeak with cold turkey and all the trimmings, pigs in blankets, stuffing balls, Yorkshire puddings and gravy. We love it.
#23
EMtart
We deliberately cook extra of everything on Xmas day and then for the next two days we have the vegetables as bubble and squeak with cold turkey and all the trimmings, pigs in blankets, stuffing balls, Yorkshire puddings and gravy. We love it.
Never understood people having Yorkshire puddings with turkey
#24
airfix
EMtart
We deliberately cook extra of everything on Xmas day and then for the next two days we have the vegetables as bubble and squeak with cold turkey and all the trimmings, pigs in blankets, stuffing balls, Yorkshire puddings and gravy. We love it.
Never understood people having Yorkshire puddings with turkey

Never really understood people not having Yorkshire puddings with turkey.:D In fact we are having just that today with guest who can't be here for Xmas.
#25
EMtart
airfix
EMtart
We deliberately cook extra of everything on Xmas day and then for the next two days we have the vegetables as bubble and squeak with cold turkey and all the trimmings, pigs in blankets, stuffing balls, Yorkshire puddings and gravy. We love it.
Never understood people having Yorkshire puddings with turkey
Never really understood people not having Yorkshire puddings with turkey.:D In fact we are having just that today with guest who can't be here for Xmas.
Next you'll be telling me you're having horseradish sauce:|
#26
airfix
EMtart
We deliberately cook extra of everything on Xmas day and then for the next two days we have the vegetables as bubble and squeak with cold turkey and all the trimmings, pigs in blankets, stuffing balls, Yorkshire puddings and gravy. We love it.
Never understood people having Yorkshire puddings with turkey
Yorkshire puddings with every roast surely?
#27
13norfolk
airfix
EMtart
We deliberately cook extra of everything on Xmas day and then for the next two days we have the vegetables as bubble and squeak with cold turkey and all the trimmings, pigs in blankets, stuffing balls, Yorkshire puddings and gravy. We love it.
Never understood people having Yorkshire puddings with turkey
Yorkshire puddings with every roast surely?

we never have them with chicken, only with beef or sausages!
#28
airfix
we never have them with chicken, only with beef or sausages!

oO omg what a weirdo :p
#29
DarkEnergy2012
airfix
we never have them with chicken, only with beef or sausages!
oO omg what a weirdo :p
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banned#30
Cold turkey sandwiches with tomato sauce and a pint of milk
#31
feed it to the dog you got just for christmas
#32
Aiden1512
http://spoonforkbacon.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/thanksgiving-turkey-sandwich.jpg

Don't eat Ross' sandwich. ;)X)
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#33
We always do at least one turkey curry :-)
#34
cchopps
Cold turkey sandwiches with tomato sauce and a pint of milk
Tomato sauce.....yuk!
#35
brilly
Aiden1512
http://spoonforkbacon.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/thanksgiving-turkey-sandwich.jpg
Don't eat Ross' sandwich. ;)X)
https://media.giphy.com/media/jM2X9id0zJS0w/giphy.gif

Was just about to like your comment and realised they've move the thread to the dead zone. (_;)
#36
13norfolk
airfix
EMtart
We deliberately cook extra of everything on Xmas day and then for the next two days we have the vegetables as bubble and squeak with cold turkey and all the trimmings, pigs in blankets, stuffing balls, Yorkshire puddings and gravy. We love it.
Never understood people having Yorkshire puddings with turkey
Yorkshire puddings with every roast surely?

airfix
EMtart
airfix
EMtart
We deliberately cook extra of everything on Xmas day and then for the next two days we have the vegetables as bubble and squeak with cold turkey and all the trimmings, pigs in blankets, stuffing balls, Yorkshire puddings and gravy. We love it.
Never understood people having Yorkshire puddings with turkey
Never really understood people not having Yorkshire puddings with turkey.:D In fact we are having just that today with guest who can't be here for Xmas.
Next you'll be telling me you're having horseradish sauce:|

Oh no, now that would be weird ;)


Edited By: EMtart on Dec 18, 2016 14:24
#37
13norfolk
airfix
EMtart
We deliberately cook extra of everything on Xmas day and then for the next two days we have the vegetables as bubble and squeak with cold turkey and all the trimmings, pigs in blankets, stuffing balls, Yorkshire puddings and gravy. We love it.
Never understood people having Yorkshire puddings with turkey
Yorkshire puddings with every roast surely?
never had york pud with crimbo dinner before thats just wrong in ma book.
#38
Freeze the left overs. Use for Easter, why you worrying about what to do with it?
#39
EMtart
13norfolk
airfix
EMtart
We deliberately cook extra of everything on Xmas day and then for the next two days we have the vegetables as bubble and squeak with cold turkey and all the trimmings, pigs in blankets, stuffing balls, Yorkshire puddings and gravy. We love it.
Never understood people having Yorkshire puddings with turkey
Yorkshire puddings with every roast surely?
airfix
EMtart
airfix
EMtart
We deliberately cook extra of everything on Xmas day and then for the next two days we have the vegetables as bubble and squeak with cold turkey and all the trimmings, pigs in blankets, stuffing balls, Yorkshire puddings and gravy. We love it.
Never understood people having Yorkshire puddings with turkey
Never really understood people not having Yorkshire puddings with turkey.:D In fact we are having just that today with guest who can't be here for Xmas.
Next you'll be telling me you're having horseradish sauce:|
Oh no, now that would be weird ;)

I must be odd as had horseradish and cranberry sauces with my turkey - have horseradish on most roasts

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