Got some extra leftover turkey hanging around from family dinner? Don’t box yourself in with a boring leftover turkey sandwich meal.
Turn that leftover turkey into something special with the help of Randall Beans!
Got a 48-oz. jar or two of Randall Beans Great Northern Beans stocked up in your pantry? Use beans, shredded leftover turkey and some turkey stock (bonus points if it is homemade!) as the foundation for this delicious turkey soup that is perfect for winter.
Full of other healthy ingredients like spinach, carrots, onions, garlic, sweet potato and herbs, this recipe is perfect for beating the cold of winter and fighting off the flu or the common cold. Moms: this one is perfect for sick kids!
This is also a great soup recipe to prepare in a slow cooker or just keeping low and slow on your stove top. The longer it cooks, the longer all the ingredients have to meld together, the better it will taste. That means it will be good the day after too.
Turkey gets a tough reception as a leftover meal. It doesn’t have to be as long as you have a great recipe to use it in. Makes 8 to 10 servings, so take some across the street to your neighbors too. It’s winter, it’s cold. Why not spread a little love?
Got other common leftover items like veggies, ham, chicken or hamburger taking up space in your fridge? Leftovers meals don’t have to be a boring meal. All you need is a little creativity and ingenuity. Turn common leftovers into a whole new meal with our free leftovers cookbook: Second Helping. Full of recipes like this one, this cookbook is a must-have for every kitchen and the answer to boring leftovers. Download the free e-cookbook below and check our recipe page for more original recipes.