Looking for an easy Thanksgiving Leftover recipe? Try this tasty rustic Turkey Hash Recipe
It’s day three, and you STILL have leftover turkey in the fridge. It’s time to make a delicious turkey hash. This turkey hash recipe doesn’t have exact amounts because it really doesn’t matter. Just use whatever you have leftover. It works well no matter what.
Enjoy turkey hash for breakfast with eggs, as a side dish, or even on a hearty sandwich.
Side note: If available, you can use a food processor to chop meat & vegetables. If not, a rough cut by knife is perfectly fine.
Ingredients: Please note – these are suggested ingredients. Remember, this is a “leftover” recipe – use what you have on hand.
- chopped turkey
- chopped potato
- chopped sweet potato
- chopped parsnip
- chopped carrots
- diced onion
- diced fennel
- cooking oil of choice
- sage – dried or fresh (to taste)
- salt & pepper to taste
- In a large saute pan, heat oil on medium heat. Add onion, fennel, sage, salt & pepper. Saute slowly on medium heat until translucent.
- Add turkey and all remaining ingredients. Cook slowly until a golden crust forms.
Hash is now ready to serve. You certainly can re-heat this hash when ready to enjoy.
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