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Thanksgiving Leftovers Any Ideas?
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Posted 11/28/13
So, I was thinking of what to do with those Thanksgiving leftovers, and I had the idea of TURKEY ONIGIRI!!! Like regular onigiri but with turkey warmed up in hotsauce. I’ll probably use gochujang; that stuff is good (and yes I know nothing about that is traditional Japanese cooking, but hey still sounds good to me). Does anyone else have any ideas on how to transform (seemingly endless) thanksgiving leftovers? Also, just for fun, see if you can put an otaku twist on it.
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kyon1415 wrote:

So, I was thinking of what to do with those Thanksgiving leftovers, and I had the idea of TURKEY ONIGIRI!!! Like regular onigiri but with turkey warmed up in hotsauce. I’ll probably use gochujang; that stuff is good (and yes I know nothing about that is traditional Japanese cooking, but hey still sounds good to me). Does anyone else have any ideas on how to transform (seemingly endless) thanksgiving leftovers? Also, just for fun, see if you can put an otaku twist on it.


I know my friend's husband was talking about wanting turkey soup.
So, miso-turkey soup or udon-turkey soup??

Sorry, the only left-over idea I can think of is sandwiches.
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kyon1415 wrote: I was thinking of what to do with those Thanksgiving leftovers. Also, just for fun, see if you can put an otaku twist on it.
Just package all that food up and ship it to my house, and I'll make like Luffy and gobble it down for ya!

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My family always does turkey and ham for thanksgiving so I typically use the ham for sandwiches and making ramen, the bone with a bit of meat and a lot of fat still on it to season the broth and the meat to go in the ramen and then I bread the turkey and have it over spaghetti
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<.< We just have left over turkey and noodles and I usually just eat those by themselves. If we didn't have any noodles, I could throw some turkey in there. Yum.
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...I'm going to... eat them. ._.
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teach2kids wrote:


kyon1415 wrote:

So, I was thinking of what to do with those Thanksgiving leftovers, and I had the idea of TURKEY ONIGIRI!!! Like regular onigiri but with turkey warmed up in hotsauce. I’ll probably use gochujang; that stuff is good (and yes I know nothing about that is traditional Japanese cooking, but hey still sounds good to me). Does anyone else have any ideas on how to transform (seemingly endless) thanksgiving leftovers? Also, just for fun, see if you can put an otaku twist on it.


I know my friend's husband was talking about wanting turkey soup.
So, miso-turkey soup or udon-turkey soup??

Sorry, the only left-over idea I can think of is sandwiches.





ClockW3rk wrote:

My family always does turkey and ham for thanksgiving so I typically use the ham for sandwiches and making ramen, the bone with a bit of meat and a lot of fat still on it to season the broth and the meat to go in the ramen and then I bread the turkey and have it over spaghetti



Miso-turkey,udon-turkey, and ham ramen. Those are all really great ideas :O I wonder if anyone can figure out something to do with the stuffing and the mash potatoes?
Posted 11/29/13
I like to make turkey fried rice and mashed potato salad.. >_<
GerryO 
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Posted 11/29/13 , edited 11/29/13
With All the turkey I ate yesterday I don't even want to look at anymore for at least a month....
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Try
http://allrecipes.com/recipe/turkey-carcass-soup/ Turkey Carcass Soup
and/or
http://allrecipes.com/recipe/turkey-salad/ Turkey Salad (similar to chicken salad)
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Posted 11/29/13
Obviously you should dump it all in landfill or ship it overseas on an aircraft carrier.
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Posted 11/29/13

Jamming777 wrote:

Try
http://allrecipes.com/recipe/turkey-carcass-soup/ Turkey Carcass Soup
and/or
http://allrecipes.com/recipe/turkey-salad/ Turkey Salad (similar to chicken salad)


The soup looks really good I might have to try that :O
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Posted 11/29/13
Shepard's Pie. Layer all your turkey, stuffing, mash potatoes, corn, ect. in a big pot and bake it. Best. Thing. Ever.
Posted 11/29/13
Hmmm..since I don't know how to cook I'd mix all the non dessert foods together and Cook-em for about 20 mins and see what happens?
Might not taste good, but I always wanted to try that as a kid
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Aokidanza wrote:

Shepard's Pie. Layer all your turkey, stuffing, mash potatoes, corn, ect. in a big pot and bake it. Best. Thing. Ever.


I've done that before it does taste good
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