The thought of eating turkey sandwiches for a week can be enough to put anyone off eating turkey again, but instead of throwing away your leftovers, we’ve found some seriously tasty recipes to help you use up your leftover food throughout the festive period.
Turkey Noodle Soup
A twist on the classic chicken noodle soup, BBC Good Food has the perfect quick and easy recipe for you to follow
Turkey and Sweet Leek Pie
This Jamie Oliver recipe uses chunks of leftover turkey combined with a few fresh ingredients for the ultimate winter pie. Why not give it a try?
Turkey and Brussels Bubble & Squeak
Use your Christmas dinner leftovers and try this simple recipe from The Food Network for an alternative take on a classic British brunch. Perfect for Boxing Day!
Turkey Thai Green Curry
Netmums has a quick and easy way to recreate the classic Thai dish using turkey rather than chicken. Follow this recipe for a guaranteed taste sensation!
Salmon and Lentil Salad
After pigging out on the Christmas dinner, a fresh salad is usually a welcome choice! We love this salmon and lentil salad recipe from Tesco Real Food.
Spicy Roasted Parsnip Soup
Bought a few too many veggies in the Christmas food shop? Blitz them together to make a soup! Try this Spicy Roasted Parsnip recipe from BBC Good Food.
Cheeseboard Mac and Cheese
For some of us, the cheeseboard is the best part of Christmas dinner! Use up any leftover cheese in this delicious Mac and Cheese recipe from Waitrose.
Leftover Roast Beef Stew
If beef is on the menu at your house this Christmas, make the most of any leftovers with a delicious and warming beef stew. We like this recipe from Food.com.
Cranberry Banana Cake
Use up leftover cranberry sauce to make a sumptuously sweet cranberry and banana cake, such as this one from Allrecipes.co.uk.
Christmas Pudding Strudel
Christmas pudding doesn’t keep for too long once it’s been cooked. Why not have a go at this delicious Christmas Pudding Strudel from Love Food Hate Waste?