Here are several leftover stuffing recipes. Do you have lots of leftover stuffing from Thanksgiving and are looking for some creative ways to use that wonderful item? You've come to the right place! If you're like most of America, you've got gobs of leftover turkey, cranberry sauce and stuffing which will only become finger food if you don't use it in an organized recipe. But, how do you keep the magic alive and come up with interesting ideas for that leftover stuffing? Come along, dear reader, and discover some culinary delights that you never imagined!
- Make up a batch of stuffed chicken breasts. Pound a chicken breast flat as you can with a meat tenderizer and season with salt and pepper. Spread out a bit of that leftover stuffing and some sundried tomatoes. Roll up and bake at 350 degrees for twenty minutes, until the center is no longer pink. Slice across the breast and serve as an appetizer on crackers.
- Make a delicious seasoning for pork tenderloin. Preheat an over to 350. Spread a thin layer of leftover stuffing on a cookie sheet and bake for forty minutes, until dry. Put in a food processor and grind until fine. Roll a pork tenderloin in the dried leftover stuffing crumbs and bake at 350 for forty minutes. Yum!
- Add leftover stuffing to a turkey sandwich. Perhaps the best use of all is to simply add a layer of leftover stuffing to the top of a leftover turkey and leftover cranberry sandwich. Top it all with lettuce and mayonnaise and you've really got a feast to be thankful for!
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