After Thanksgiving, Comes Leftovers!
Park Property Management is thankful for Thanksgiving leftovers!
Chances are, you spent ample time in the kitchen over the Holiday weekend, preparing a delicious Autumn spread. Take it easy the remainder for the week by utilizing the time you've already spent by turning your leftovers into a weeks worth of meals!
First, make sure to store your Thanksgiving leftovers properly so that you can enjoy them without risking your safety or their quality.
Carrots: If you served steamed or boiled carrots at dinner, why not change it up the second time around? Cooked carrots will last up to a year in the freezer or use them up within 5 days with these great recipes.
Broccoli: This veggie is hearty, healthy and when already cooked, can turn into a handy ingredient. Make sure you store your cooked broccoli properly, and it can be made into soup, used in a quiche or added to various dishes.
Squash: Squash is the 'go-to' veggie this time of year. What's Thanksgiving without a squash dish? Discover 18 great ways to use it !
Turkey Stuffing: It's not often that stuffing is leftover, however, if you can refrain from finishing it all on Thanksgiving day, here are some mouth-watering ways to enjoy it!
Turkey: The best leftover of all, is turkey. If the thought of turkey sandwiches for a week makes you yawn, check out these yummy alternatives:
If you love Sheppard's Pie, you'll love Turkey Cottage Pie
Add it to pasta in a Turkey Fettuccine Skillet
Lighten the leftovers by serving Club-Style Turkey Enchiladas with a salad
Make a gourmet pizza!
Use it at breakfast by making Turkey Hash with Fried Eggs
Bread Pudding is a great way to use up leftover turkey and stuffing
This Turkey & Rice Soup is a great low-calorie option
Grab your favourite bread or bun for Easy Dinner Melts
Spice up your spaghetti and try Turkey Bolognese
With these great ideas, the hardest part will be choosing what to make!
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