Turkey With Stuffing Casserole
Festivities are over. Your extra dinner companions have all gone home. But you still have turkey left over.
Are you looking for a new, yet simple way to use up that turkey?
Then you are going to love this ingenious way to present that turkey before your family in a refreshing new manner.
Especially if you have bread stuffing left over too. However, don’t worry if there is no stuffing left, just whip up a box of your favorite instant stuffing brand to use instead. Within minutes you can have this mixed and in the oven. Freeing up your time to do some other activities while dinner cooks.
Does The Stuffing Last In Your Home?
I don’t know about your family, but typically the stuffing is one of the first things that seems to be gobbled up. I wonder why that is? And it doesn’t seem to matter whether it is stuffing from:
- a box,
- frozen Butterball Stuffing,
- or a traditional family homemade recipe.
Stuffing recipes are just as varied when it comes to the ingredients too. Whether you enjoy it with:
- white bread
- whole wheat bread
- wild rice
- and more.
The Ease Of Casseroles
This recipe combines turkey, stuffing, along with the cooking ease of a casserole. Casseroles are wonderful one pot dinners that bake in your oven, freeing up your time and hands to do other important activities. And here at Free Stuff 4 Daily Needs we are always looking for ways to help EMPOWER you towards a HOPE and a FUTURE. Sometimes that is as simple as showing you how to make leftovers into the new family favorite meal. In this way saving you:
- and more.
A casserole such as this allows you to use cheaper cuts of meat, or in this case the dark or white meat that you may not generally prefer. While many people prefer the white breast meat of turkey, not everyone does.
In fact, we have friends that only enjoy the dark meat, and they invite people to come and eat up the white meat that they can’t stand. So whether you prefer to keep the white meat for the classic turkey sandwich or a repeat turkey dinner, or save the dark meat turkey leg to gnaw on, the choice is yours. Use up the less desirable meat choice in this recipe to reduce your food wastage.
So, today, rediscover your leftover turkey.