Keep the Thanksgiving festivities going until Christmas with this absolutely delicious Leftover Turkey Fried Rice from friend of Here Here Market, Chef Michael Armstrong. This upgraded answer to the age-old question, 'what can we do with all these leftovers?!' will blow your classic Thanksgiving leftover sandwich out of the water! Simply mix together your leftovers and add some common household ingredients, and voilà, Black Friday dinner is served with minimal effort and all the phenomenal flavors of a Thanksgiving feast. The addition of Pixie Dust Salts' Rosemary Sage Sea Salt is a tasty way to enhance the fall flavors found in classic stuffing recipes and bring this dish together - these hand-cured small-batch sea salts are created with the freshest local ingredients and are an excellent finisher to most meals. This recipe serves 2-4 people, depending on if you serve this as a main or side dish.
Wanting to spice up your post-holiday meal? Try adding Kimski's Chili Crisp Oil on top of this fried rice for a flavor-packed dish that packs on the heat and cuts through some of the saltiness. You will also love having this essential jar of chili oil stocked in your pantry for upgrading your fried eggs, pasta dishes, stir-fries, and potato salad recipes. Chef Won's spicy, salty, crunchy, chili oil is a must-have for home chefs who love adding spicy dimensions to everyday meals.
In need of a stuffing dish for your Thanksgiving table? Give this Wild Mushroom Stuffing recipe from This Little Goat a try! We can't get enough of this savory side dish's combination of brioche bread, wild mushrooms, and This Little Goat went to Hong Kong everything sauce - a yummy combination of ginger, garlic, and spicy chilies. Guests will be wowed by the unexpected and elevated version of Thanksgiving stuffing.
Leftover Turkey Fried Rice
This mouth-watering recipe is the perfect way to breath new life into your Thanksgiving leftovers. The mouth-watering combination of classic side dishes and essential flavors of fall will keep the family happy and full through the holiday weekend.
White rice, cooked
Cooked turkey meat, diced
Cooked ham, diced
Cooked green beans. diced (optional)
Green onions, diced
Leftover stuffing, separated into smaller chunks
Rosemary Sage Sea Salt to taste
Pepper to taste
Preheat oven to 350F degrees.
Place stuffing in a baking dish and place in oven until hot and slightly browned.
Remove and set aside
Heat a sauté pan on medium heat with a little butter, add turkey, ham, green beans and onions.
Cook together for 1-2 minutes until hot, remove to a bowl and set aside.
Heat a large sauté pan or cast iron skillet on high heat, add oil to coat pan, oil should be starting to smoke, add eggs all at once and immediately swirl pan for eggs to coat.
Using a nonstick spatula or wooden spoon, stir eggs and shake pan so eggs don't stick, when eggs are slightly cooked and separated, add white rice and a little more oil if needed.
Lower heat to medium high, working pan back and forth while stirring, cook rice and egg together, stir to separate rice as much as possible.
Add turkey mixture, and continue to stir to evenly combine.
Stir in soy sauce and gravy.
Remove from heat, taste and adjust seasoning with salt and pepper if necessary, and serve.
Top off with cooked stuffing and more fresh green onion.