soup method...but added a cup of brown rice instead of the noodles for a simple variation.
Other dishes that I did that I didn't include on this blog were turkey quiche. I used Julia Child's quiche base: 3 beaten eggs and 1 c. heavy cream with salt and pepper. I added 1 c. of chopped turkey and 1 c. of cheddar cheese. Pour into a prepared pie shell and bake at 375 for 30 to 35 minutes or until just set. The middle should be a little jiggly when you bring it out of the oven. Sadly, I didn't take any pics of that meal....or I might have lost them when our computer crashed. It was delicious!
I also made a curried turkey salad.
bread of course. Matt used a tortilla wrap and said it was wonderful.
Okay, quick recap: We ate soup twice; quiche with one bird and bread pudding with another; Kentucky Hot Browns; barbequed turkey pizza; turkey salad sandwiches and of course, the original smoked turkey.
I hope you've enjoyed this series of blogs; I've certainly enjoyed writing them. It was fun coming up with new ways to use up a large, inexpensive, but yummy! ingredient like the massive turkey! Next time you see a turkey on sale, consider buying one and seeing how many meals you can come with!