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Happy Thanksgiving

Serving Thankgiving Turkey Leftovers

Here are six fast, simple and delicious suggestions for creative recycling of extra turkey into tasty dishes, plus some tips for handling and re-heating leftover turkey.

1. Turkey Bruschetta

Brush slices of Italian bread with olive oil. Top with minced garlic and toast in the oven. Spoon on a combination of turkey, shredded mozzarella cheese and chopped fresh basil. Broil until cheese melts.

2. Hot and Spicy Turkey chili

Combine sauteed green pepper and onion with turkey, canned tomatoes, canned red kidney beans and a touch of crushed red pepper. Top with corn chips.

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3. Turkey Grape Salad

Combine turkey with halved green grapes, toasted sliced almonds, sliced green onions, orange zest and light mayonnaise.

4. Turkey Stir Fry

Stir turkey into stir-fried broccoli florets and red bell pepper strips. Add minced garlic, fresh ginger, soy sauce and a sprinkle of sesame oil.

5. Turkey and Spinach Tetrazzini

Combine turkey with cooked spaghetti, chopped sun dried tomatoes, a thawed package of frozen creamed spinach, minced garlic, and Parmesan cheese. Bake until heated through.

6. Breaded Turkey Italian style

Dip turkey slices in beaten egg, coat with fine bread crumbs and brown in melted butter. Transfer to baking dish and top with spaghetti sauce, shredded mozzarella cheese, chopped mushrooms and green pepper. Bake until cheese melts.

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Leftovers. . . Anytime

Sometime you see a great-tasting recipe using leftover turkey and you don't have any on hand. Here is an easy solution -- simply purchase cooked turkey breast roast at the deli counter. Or, buy a turkey breast or thigh, poach or bake it and you have cooked turkey, ready to use in your delicious leftover turkey recipe.

Because turkey is so nutritious and versatile, it is a good choice all year round. No need to wait for Chirstmas, Easter or Thanksgiving to have leftovers to make into tasty recipes.

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Handling Leftovers Wisely

Since cooked meat or poultry is susceptible to bacterial growth, use it as soon as possible. When the turkey dinner is over, remove the meat from the bones, take out the stuffing and refrigerate or freeze as soon as possible.

For the best possible quality, wrap the turkey well in small packages or store in shallow plastic containers. Even if turkey is still warm, refrigerate or freeze immediately. Store any leftover gravy in a covered container and refrigerate or freeze.

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Use refrigerated cooked turkey within three to four days. Freeze turkey covered in broth in a covered container. Use within six months. Or, freeze turkey slices or pieces in air-tight packages and use within four months.

Label the packages with the date they were frozen. The turkey will be perfectly safe if frozen for a longer time, but the texture and flavour will begin to deteriorate.

Re-Heating Leftover Turkey

To add a fresh flavour to re-heated turkey, layer slices of turkey with washed lettuce or cabbage leaves. Cover and heat in the oven or microwave.

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