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Turkey, turkey, gobble, gobble--if your Thanksgiving dinner guests didn't gobble down all of your turkey, I have the perfect recipe for your leftovers. It's become a tradition, the Friday after Thanksgiving is my day to make turkey pies.
My quick and easy recipe for Leftover Turkey Pies.
Line a pie pan with ready-made crust and fill it two-thirds of the way with cut-up leftover turkey. Dice a fresh onion, add vegetables (a package of frozen, or leftover fresh veggies from the relish tray). Pour any leftover gravy on top. If Uncle Fred polished off the gravy, open a can of turkey or chicken gravy. I prefer chicken because it has more flavor. Season with pepper. Add top crust.
Bake in a 400 degree oven until golden brown. You've got the perfect leftover turkey pie. It's as simple as that.
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