Lucky with Leftovers: Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Recipes
Make the best of the rest of your turkey
Fortunate is the person who finds herself with a refrigerator full of leftovers. Its my favorite part of holiday cooking. In fact, I deliberately buy a larger-than-necessary turkey just to nibble on whats left. Then when Im finished picking, I use the bones to make soup. The wonderfully rich flavor of roasted turkey can spice up an endless variety of savory dishes. But if eating turkey five days in a row is more than your family can appreciate, cube and freeze portions to use later. Store the carcass in the freezer, too, to make a hearty soup when you have the time. Try these gluten-free ideas for tasty ways to enjoy whats left of your holiday bird. These recipes also work well with chicken.