Saturday, December 25, 2010

Christmas Leftovers Recipe Roundup

Tofurky Perfect Holiday Leftovers Sandwich

Merry Christmas everyone! Now that the Turkey or tofurky has been consumed (at least in part) for the holiday and the mashed potatoes are filling up your tupperware, here's a roundup for all the holiday leftovers recipes posted thus-far on the site.

Leftover Tofurky (or Turkey):
Tofurky Perfect Sandwiches
Substitute cubed leftover tofurky/turkey for the following "chicken" recipes.
Chicken Bacon Ranch Quesadillas
Chicken Marsala
Chicken and Broccoli Rolls

Leftover Mashed Potatoes:
Potato Croquettes
Potato Pancakes/Grilled Cheeses

Do you have a favorite leftovers recipe? Post a link or brief description here. Happy holidays! 

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This post is linked at Friday Potluck.


  1. Seasonal greeting to you all the way from snowy Scotland. We don't have such a thing as Tofurkey in the U.K, I made a Brussels sprouts pie yesterday. Plenty of left overss for sure

  2. Mmm...that sounds yummy. It's always interesting to me what fake meats are in what countries. I looked at the UK Quorn site the other day and you guys have a bunch of different "steak" and "chicken" options compared to ours. We don't even have Quorn "steak"...just ground beef and chicken.

    And happy season to you from surprisingly snowy Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.

    But apparently Tofurky products might be available now on a limited basis in the U.K. Here it is in Glasgow: Glasgow Grassroots Organic 20 Woodlands Road G3 6UR 01413533278

    I found that here:

  3. I am a Vegetarian By Choice, like many others on this beautiful planet. However, my reasons for being vegetarian have nothing to do with religion or compassion for animals. Well, I love animals but that I do not think is good enough reason to be a vegetarian. I love plants equally well and if love for animals would make me shun meat, then love for plants should make me shun veggies. And then what would I eat?

    I think we vegetarian have to adopt another approach to get meat eaters give up meat - and that approach is environment. One must be a vegetarian for environmental reasons. Human beings were not designed to eat meat. And in their quest to eat meat, they are screwing up the environment and we will one day end up as fossils just as the great dinosaurs did more than 100 million years ago.

  4. Well, while I don't disagree with the possibilities of the environmental impact (after all, that's the basis of the Meatless Monday movement), I do disagree with asking all meat-eaters to give up meat entirely. It's not my place to dictate anyone else's diet. No matter what I believe, they either believe different facts or have weighed those facts and found other reasons more persuasive to continue their diet of meat. I don't think everyone should stop eating meat, I don't eat it because I don't like it.

    What I do believe is that we should adopt a more sustainable foods policy throughout the world. Returning to sustainable foods is likely the answer to environmental issues. It's not a matter of meat Vs. vegetables. It's a matter of reducing our impact on the environment and eating better foods. But, I respect your reasons for your opinion. Thanks for sharing!

  5. Hi Kristi,
    Thanks for stopping by The Country Cottage and your question about the black eyed peas. I am going to post the recipe for the black eyed peas on Wednesday, so come back and pick up your recipe then. I know you will want to have the recipe. Hope you are having a great day.
    Miz Helen

  6. Oh goodie! Thanks Miz Helen. I'll be sure to let you know how mine go, too, if I try something different.