Here's a list of appliances and serving ware, with hints on how you can use them to prepare and serve those delicious turkey leftovers:
Make turkey purees, meals for your baby, or to blend your salad dressings.
Casserole Dishes & Roasters
For turkey casseroles, pilafs, tetrazzinis, burritos, enchiladas and noodle dishes
Crockpots, Slowcookers, Pressure Cookers & Stockpots
- Spaghetti with turkey meatballs
- Teriyaki turkey
To make turkey balls and serve with sweet and sour sauce (like chicken balls and just as good!)
Grills & Barbecues
For turkey burgers, and kebabs.
To grind turkey for burgers and loaves, or to make sausages.
Muffin Tins and Loaf Pans
For creamed turkey in pastry shells, and turkey meatloaf.
For making hot turkey pot pies or quiche.
To chop and dice all your vegetables and turkey for soups, stews, turkey salad sandwiches, and many other recipes.
For those great quesadillas - a family treat!
Great for making turkey kebabs, or roasting a turkey breast.
Salad Bowls & Serving Platters
For those wonderful turkey vegetable or pasta salads, or to serve up a cold plate of turkey with garnishes, appetizers, or piles of clubhouse sandwiches.
For making grilled turkey and cheese sandwiches.
Skillets & Stir-Fry Pans
- Turkey chow mein or stir-frys
- Turkey hash or meatballs
- Turkey curry dishes or fricasees
For preparing turkey, clubhouse or western sandwiches, or to toast appetizers.
To make tortillas for those delicious turkey wraps, tacos, burritos, and enchiladas.
So now that you've retrieved that 'dormant' appliance, check out the great recipe sites at About - Food & Drink.
Once on the site, just type in 'turkey' in the 'Find Recipes' search bar, or pick from the index on the left. I'm sure you'll find great ways to serve your turkey leftovers - I found lots.