This year’s top baking sites, dessert recipes, and all the top thanksgiving leftover recipes for leftovers the internet has to offer With your culinary and baking diplomas in hand, you’re ready for Turkey Day 2016. You may not need any help with the main meal, but what about the leftovers? Put your skills to the real test with creative and tasty uses for all those turkey remains, leftover cranberries, and extra sweet potato casserole. For a little inspiration: All the Sandwiches: Country Living Who doesn’t love a turkey sandwich? This is a classic use for Thanksgiving leftovers, and you can create one simply by throwing some turkey, gravy, and cranberry sauce on bread. But, you can also get more creative. For some ideas, check out Country Living’s 18 top Thanksgiving recipes for leftover sandwiches. The recipes range from a delicate cranberry sauce, turkey, and pear sandwich to turkey and leftover mashed potatoes sandwiched between waffles. For bonus points, check out some baking blogs to make your own sandwich bread. The Best Baking Blogs of the Web: Krazy Coupon Lady The Krazy Coupon Lady has done some of the hard work for you by scouring the web for some of the most unique Thanksgiving leftover ideas. From top baking sites to dessert recipes, you will find some great ideas here. Try baking a pizza with your leftovers or making chocolate cupcakes with leftover mashed potatoes. Donuts, dumplings, pancakes, and sweet potato brownies are also on the list. Top Thanksgiving Recipes You Can Trust: Martha Stewart Martha knows her stuff, so you know you can trust the dessert recipes and others that you find on this list of 37 diverse dishes made mostly with Thanksgiving leftovers. Try the baked pocket pies and fill them with your own ingredients. Make tartlets out of leftover cranberry sauce. Use the turkey bones to make a delicious broth and then throw in other leftovers to make the perfect soup. One Pastry to Rule them All: The Woks of Life Sometimes you just need one really good recipe. At The Woks of Life, the authors have developed a simple yet tasty pastry recipe that would fit on any of the best baking blogs on the web. With this one recipe you can create a variety of fillings to make delicious and easy Thanksgiving leftover pastries and hand pies. Make a big batch of pastry dough and fill it however you like. Use cranberries, yams, stuffing, gravy, turkey, even leftover pumpkin pie. These delightful little treats take just 15 minutes to bake. Beyond the Turkey Sandwich: Epicurious On one of the top baking sites and food sites on the web, you’ll find a list of unique Thanksgiving leftover recipes that were crafted by top chefs. Turn your turkey leftovers into a ramen noodle bowl or croquettes. Try turkey enchiladas or samosas or a thick and filling turkey gumbo. Sandwiches have their place, but turkey can do so much more. Whether you have already been to culinary school or baking school, or you’re just thinking about it, Thanksgiving is a great time to practice your skills and use your creativity. Everyone expects a great meal on the big day, but you can really impress your family and friends with what you can do on day two with the leftovers and these sites and recipes will get you started. If this year’s Thanksgiving experience inspires you to enroll in a culinary arts program, try Florida Technical College’s baking or culinary arts diploma programs. In about a year, you can complete the training you need to join this exciting field and make your passion your career.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS Thanksgiving Turkey Recipes Easy Turkey Recipe Traditional Turkey Recipe Fastest Turkey Recipe Thanksgiving Side Dishes Stuffing Recipes Mac & Cheese Recipes Sweet Potatoes Recipes Brussel Sprouts Recipes Gravy and Cranberry Sauces Recipes Gravy Recipes Cranberry Sauces Recipes Other Fun Side Dishes Thanksgiving Dessert Recipes Pumpkin Pie Recipes Other Dessert Recipes Thanksgiving Preparation Tips The Holidays are here! And Thanksgiving is less than 2 weeks away leaving us all searching for ideas of what to prepare for our family, guests or coworkers at the company potluck. However, we all know that preparing a Thanksgiving meal is no easy feat and especially if you’re trying to do it on your own! So, that’s where we come in! We’ve searched for the tastiest Thanksgiving recipes and we also have some tips and instructions on how you should tackle this meal and leave everyone wobbling and gobbling for more! Get it? Thanksgiving Turkey Recipes: At your table, this will be the guest of honor! The question is how will it arrive? Roasted, deep-fried, smoked, spatchcocked and the list goes on! Despite the long and elaborate list of options, we decided to go with the most “traditional” way, roasting, as well as the fastest way. There is one thing we need you to keep in mind before you continue reading. You need 3-4 days for your turkey to thaw in the refrigerator before roasting day arrives. So if you’re reading this on or around November 19th, go get your turkey! We’ll be here when you get back! Easy Turkey Recipe: Easy Roast Turkey by Chowhound Easy. Roast. Turkey. Need they say more? We’ve come to agree that this turkey recipe is by far, sweet, easy and to the point. However, leave it up to our chefs at FTC to add a few tips that will help raise the flavor bar just a few notches. Roast a few garlic cloves the night before or the day and spread of them under the skin. When you roast garlic cloves they turn into butter. If you really like garlic, feel free to rub it everywhere! We all know turkey can taste a bit dry, but it doesn’t have to! If you like your meats to have a bit of a citrusy taste, take the juice of a few oranges and inject the juice into the turkey. If you’re not a huge fan of citrus, buy a nice Italian dressing, yes! Italian dressing has all the desired flavors and when using it for roasting the end result promises to be superb! Traditional Turkey Recipe: Thanksgiving Pioneer-Style Herb Roasted Turkey – By FoodNetwork We don’t think it can get more traditional than “Pioneer-Style”! This delicious creation is by none other than the famous Mr. Bobby Flay! Our FTC chefs give this recipe a five star review! If you have the time and the ingredients, this recipe promises to be flavorful and does not require any altering or figuring out. Can’t get better than that! Fastest Turkey Recipes: Spatchcock Turkey by Ovens.Reviewed Butterfly roast turkey by Seriouseats When we say fastest, we are referring to the cooking time. Depending on the size, a turkey can take hours to cook and making sure it has cooked through properly is always a challenge, especially if you’re a first-timer in the thanksgiving turkey game. So, here is an alternative way for you to still make a delicious turkey, while having it cooked to perfection in HALF the time! Butterfly it! Yes, cut out that backbone and flatten it before roasting! “Spatchcocking Is Still the Fastest, Easiest, Best Way to Roast a Turkey” Thanksgiving Side Dishes: What would the guest of honor be without its entourage? Even though a well-prepared turkey will steal the show, delicious side dishes are necessary additions to its performance. If the different ways of preparing a turkey seemed never-ending, the different sides you can choose from will take the cake! From stuffing to sweet mashed potatoes, to corn and Brussel sprouts, and we can’t forget the cranberry sauce; the list for sides goes on and on, but the plus is that you can go with whatever you like! That’s right, there’s ultimately no right or wrong choice to make on your side dishes. Our FTC chefs decided to choose a few of their favorite Thanksgiving side dish recipes and give you a few different options for each! Stuffing recipes Cornbread stuffing by BudgetSavydiva Chorizo Cornbread Stuffing by Damndelicious Slow Cooker Cranberry pecan Stuffing by Damndelicious Ciabatta stuffing with chestnuts and pancetta recipe by Foodnetwork Mac & Cheese Recipes Macaroni and Cheese Recipe By Foodnetwork The Mac and Cheese recipe by Thatwhichnourishes Macaroni Cheese recipe by Thepioneerwoman Three-Cheese Spaghetti Squash Gratin (non pasta option ) by Chowhound Sweet potatoes Recipes Sweet and Spicy Sweet Potato Bake by Food.com Twice-Baked Sweet Potatoes with Browned Butter and Toasted Marshmallows by AllRecipes Twice-Baked Sweet Potatoes by FoodNetwork Garlic Butter Smashed Sweet Potatoes with Parmesan by Cafedelites Brussel Sprouts Recipes Roasted Brussels sprouts Recipe by Foodnetwork Quick Brussels and Bacon Recipe by AllRecipes Balsamic Roasted Brussels Sprouts by Eat Yourself Skinny Gravy and Cranberry Sauces Recipes Gravy Recipes: Caramelized Onion Gravy Recipe By Ohmyveggies Homemade Turkey Gravy by Whatsgabycooking The Best Turkey Gravy Recipe By Momontimeout Make ahead Turkey Thanksgiving Gravy by Noblepig Want to combine Brussel sprouts and sweet potatoes? Here you go: Sweet Potatoes and Brussel Sprouts recipe by TheFoodCharlatan Cranberry Sauces Recipes: How to make a cranberry sauce: the Basics by Chowhound Orange Amaretto Cranberry Sauce by The Farmgirlgabs Cranberry Sauce Recipe By Food Network Cranberry Sauce Recipe by Allrecipes.com Other fun (not as traditional) side dishes: Easy Pumpkin Pasties Recipe by Popsugar Sausage and Stuffing Balls with Cranberry Dipping Sauce by I should be mopping the floor Cranberry Brie Crostini By Neighborfood Blog Brie Baked Cheese Appetizer By Growingupbagel Spinach Puffs By Deliciouslydeclassified Sweet and Spicy Sausage stuffed mushrooms By Thesuburbansoapbox Thanksgiving Dessert Recipes: Pumpkin Pie Recipes Classic Pumpkin Pie By Foodnessgracious Apple Pie By Audrey’s Apron… Continue Reading Top Thanksgiving Recipes – 2016 Edition