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Old 01-24-2012, 12:52 PM
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ok, I'm doing my first left over night, but I don't want the left overs to be the same

I have:
turkey (deboned)
maccaroni & cheese
left over home made bread

I thought I might mix with some cream of chicken,with toasted garlic bread crumbs & some more cheese and bake until hot through. Might end up gross so if anyone else has a suggestion I'm open.

I also have some potatoes (cubed) and some corn and a boiled egg. I'm think I'm going to make a potate salad and try it with the corn added in (that might end up gross also) to go in our lunch boxes tomorrrow.
what about taking the turkey and cutting it up into pieces, adding to the mac and cheese with some breadcrumb and different spices (like chili powder, cumin and a little garlic powder) make patties out of them, lightly bread them and fry them and you can have fried turkey mac and cheese southwest style, with (if you have it) salsa on the side?

I'd eat that!

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Tonight, I am attempting my grandmother's Puerto Rican Rice and Sausages. She always makes it so tasty, so we'll see. My dh likes when I make her rice but he's questioning my sanity since it has vienna sausages in it. I"d always loved it as a kid, so we'll see.... Wish me luck...

arroz con gandules with the little vienna sausage pieces is one of my all time favorite meals! (or even as a side dish to pernil)
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Thinking of honey and soy sauce pork chops served over jamine rice! With either a salad or some peas!

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"chicken zoie" its cook chicken breast and white rice, chicken and rice with cream chicken and herb and cream celery soup (Cambell's soups) with a half cup of sour cream and a half cup of Hellman's mayo i can of milk (use the soup can to measure the milk and rinse cans at same time) win win , bake in oven 350 30 mins add taco cheese to top bake 5 more mins served with rolls
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what about taking the turkey and cutting it up into pieces, adding to the mac and cheese with some breadcrumb and different spices (like chili powder, cumin and a little garlic powder) make patties out of them, lightly bread them and fry them and you can have fried turkey mac and cheese southwest style, with (if you have it) salsa on the side?

I'd eat that!
That sounds good too because anything fried is good, I might do both and freeze the casserole.

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I am making my famous sweet & spicy Italian Wedding Soup. With garlic parmasean biscuits Its comfort food all the way tonight!
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Deer steaks, mac and cheese, and green beans
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ok, I'm doing my first left over night, but I don't want the left overs to be the same

I have:
turkey (deboned)
maccaroni & cheese
left over home made bread

I thought I might mix with some cream of chicken,with toasted garlic bread crumbs & some more cheese and bake until hot through. Might end up gross so if anyone else has a suggestion I'm open.

I also have some potatoes (cubed) and some corn and a boiled egg. I'm think I'm going to make a potate salad and try it with the corn added in (that might end up gross also) to go in our lunch boxes tomorrrow.
Do you have tortillas? I would make turkey quesadillas with the turkey, corn, and some shredded cheese. Then make your bread into bread crumbs and roll a spoonful of mac and cheese into the crumbs for fried mac and cheese bites =)
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Picked up some thin chuck steaks marked down this morning so its steak onions and green peppers in beef gravy over garlic mashed potatoes , buttered corn and a tossed salad.
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ok, I'm doing my first left over night, but I don't want the left overs to be the same

I have:
turkey (deboned)
maccaroni & cheese
left over home made bread

I thought I might mix with some cream of chicken,with toasted garlic bread crumbs & some more cheese and bake until hot through. Might end up gross so if anyone else has a suggestion I'm open.

I also have some potatoes (cubed) and some corn and a boiled egg. I'm think I'm going to make a potate salad and try it with the corn added in (that might end up gross also) to go in our lunch boxes tomorrrow.


Sounds like pot pie!. Mix the soup with the turkey, potatoes, and corn. If you have any frozen veggies you can toss in more. You can make a tradtional crust with bisquick, top with canned biscuit dough, or just use some bread crumbs mixed with a bit of melted butter or oil. Bake at 350 or follow bisquick instructions until warmed through and the crust is done. Serve with the macaroni and bread on the side. Or, another thought, use the macaroni as the crust! I'd warm the turkey mix in the oven for a few minutes then top with the room temperature mac & cheese, sprinkle with a little more cheese, and put back in the oven just until the cheese is melted so you don't over cook the pasta.

If you have crescent dough (or bisquick or make your own dough) my favorite things to do with leftovers is make pockets. I mix whatever meat and veggies I have leftover with a little cream cheese, and usually a second cheese, and then season with whatever sounds good. Roll out the cresect dough so you have rectangles. Fill each rectangle, fold over the dough, seal the sides, bake until browned.
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