Turkey Shepherd’s Pie Recipe

Turkey Shepherd's Pie Recipe. When you have holiday leftovers it can be difficult to think of new recipe ideas to use up the rest of the meal. This Turkey Shepherd's Pie one easy to make, delicious turkey leftovers recipe that the whole family will love!


When you want to use up your holiday leftovers, there is nothing better than this Turkey Shepherd’s Pie to accomplish that goal. Mashed potatoes, vegetables, turkey, and gravy – they are all combined to make the perfect turkey leftovers recipe that the whole family will love!

Here are a few other turkey leftover recipes you might enjoy:

Hot Turkey Sandwich Recipe – the easy to make classic!

Turkey Turnovers – this yummy entree is great for lunch or dinner.

Turkey Cream Cheese Pinwheels Recipe – a terrific lunchbox meal!

Turkey Shepherd’s Pie Recipe

Notes:

• The mix vegetables used here are frozen and uncooked.

• Look into jarred minced Garlic. So worth it!

Turkey Shepherd’s Pie Ingredients:

• 2 cups Turkey, cooked
• 2 cups Turkey Gravy, divided (learn how to make your own! click here)
• ½ Onion, sliced
• 2 tsp Garlic, minced
• Salt, to taste
• Pepper, to taste
• ½ lb Mixed Vegetables
• 4 cups Mashed Potatoes
• ½ tsp Italian Seasoning

Turkey Shepherd’s Pie Mise en Place:

• Non-stick Spray
Measuring Cup
Measuring Spoons
• Bowl
Measuring Spoons
• Cutting Board
• Knife
13×9 Baking Pan

Turkey Shepherd's Pie Recipe. When you have holiday leftovers it can be difficult to think of new recipe ideas to use up the rest of the meal. This Turkey Shepherd's Pie one easy to make, delicious turkey leftovers recipe that the whole family will love!


Turkey Shepherd’s Pie Directions:

• Preheat oven to 350°F.
• Spray a 13″ x 9″ baking dish well with a non-stick spray. Set aside.
• Dice cooked turkey so you have 2 cups.
• In a bowl, mix together the turkey and one cup of turkey gravy.

Turkey Shepherd's Pie Recipe. When you have holiday leftovers it can be difficult to think of new recipe ideas to use up the rest of the meal. This Turkey Shepherd's Pie one easy to make, delicious turkey leftovers recipe that the whole family will love!


• Slice onion, and mince garlic.
• Add onion, garlic, salt, pepper, and mixed vegetables to the turkey and gravy mixture. Combine well.
• Transfer into prepared 13″ x 9″ pan.

Turkey Shepherd's Pie Recipe. When you have holiday leftovers it can be difficult to think of new recipe ideas to use up the rest of the meal. This Turkey Shepherd's Pie one easy to make, delicious turkey leftovers recipe that the whole family will love!


Turkey Shepherd's Pie Recipe. When you have holiday leftovers it can be difficult to think of new recipe ideas to use up the rest of the meal. This Turkey Shepherd's Pie one easy to make, delicious turkey leftovers recipe that the whole family will love!


• Cover with mashed potatoes.

Turkey Shepherd's Pie Recipe. When you have holiday leftovers it can be difficult to think of new recipe ideas to use up the rest of the meal. This Turkey Shepherd's Pie one easy to make, delicious turkey leftovers recipe that the whole family will love!


• Sprinkle the Italian seasoning over the top of the mashed potatoes.

Turkey Shepherd's Pie Recipe. When you have holiday leftovers it can be difficult to think of new recipe ideas to use up the rest of the meal. This Turkey Shepherd's Pie one easy to make, delicious turkey leftovers recipe that the whole family will love!


• Bake for 25 – 30 minutes in a preheated 350°F oven or until the top is golden brown and the dish is heated through.

Turkey Shepherd's Pie Recipe. When you have holiday leftovers it can be difficult to think of new recipe ideas to use up the rest of the meal. This Turkey Shepherd's Pie one easy to make, delicious turkey leftovers recipe that the whole family will love!


• On serving, drizzle each piece of pie with reserved gravy.

Turkey Shepherd's Pie Recipe. When you have holiday leftovers it can be difficult to think of new recipe ideas to use up the rest of the meal. This Turkey Shepherd's Pie one easy to make, delicious turkey leftovers recipe that the whole family will love!


• Serve hot.


Turkey Shepherd’s Pie Recipe

When you have holiday leftovers it can be difficult to think of new recipe ideas to use up the rest of the meal. This Turkey Shepherd’s Pie one easy to make, delicious turkey leftovers recipe that the whole family will love!

Prep Time: 15 Minutes
Cook Time: 30 Minutes
Total Time: 45 Minutes

Ingredients:

2 cups Turkey, cooked
2 cups Turkey Gravy, divided
½ lb Mixed Vegetables
½ Onion, sliced
2 tsp Garlic, minced
Salt, to taste
Pepper, to taste
4 cups Mashed Potatoes
½ tsp Italian Seasoning

Directions:

• Preheat oven to 350°F.
• Spray a 13″ x 9″ baking dish well with a non-stick spray. Set aside.
• Dice cooked turkey so you have 2 cups.
• In a bowl, mix together the turkey and one cup of turkey gravy.
• Slice onion, and mince garlic.
• Add onion, garlic, salt, pepper, and mixed vegetables to the turkey and gravy mixture. Combine well.
• Transfer into prepared 13″ x 9″ pan.
• Cover with mashed potatoes.
• Sprinkle the Italian seasoning over the top of the mashed potatoes.
• Bake for 25 – 30 minutes in a preheated 350°F oven or until the top is golden brown and the dish is heated through.
• On serving, drizzle each piece of pie with reserved gravy.
• Serve hot.

Makes 8 servings Turkey Shepherd’s Pie

Turkey Shepherd's Pie Recipe. When you have holiday leftovers it can be difficult to think of new recipe ideas to use up the rest of the meal. This Turkey Shepherd's Pie one easy to make, delicious turkey leftovers recipe that the whole family will love!


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Hot Turkey Sandwich Recipe

Hot Turkey Sandwich Recipe. This is an easy, delicious leftover turkey recipe that is ready in time flat to serve for lunch or dinner the next day. Your whole family will enjoy this hot turkey sandwich recipe.


So, you made a turkey, and now you have leftovers (the best part!) and want an easy, delicious recipe that is ready in time flat to serve for lunch or dinner the next day. This traditional hot turkey sandwich is simple to make, and oh so good! People have been enjoying it for years. Yum!

Hot Turkey Sandwich Recipe

How to Cook a Turkey
How to Make Turkey Gravy

More leftover turkey recipes:

Turkey Turnovers – this fast and easy to make leftover turkey recipe!
Creamy Turkey Soup – hubby makes turkey soup every time we cook a big bird. Yum!
Turkey Cream Cheese Pinwheels Recipe – served as an appetizer or as a lunch entree, these tasty pinwheels really hit the spot.

Hot Turkey Sandwich Recipe. This is an easy, delicious leftover turkey recipe that is ready in time flat to serve for lunch or dinner the next day. Your whole family will enjoy this hot turkey sandwich recipe.


Hot Turkey Sandwich Ingredients

• 2 cups Turkey, cooked
• 1 cup Gravy
• 2 Buns (rolls, slices of bread)

Hot Turkey Sandwich Directions

• Dice cooked turkey into bite-sized pieces.
• Heat the turkey in the microwave or oven until heated through.
• Heat gravy until hot in the microwave or on the stove.
• Toast bun (roll, bread).

Hot Turkey Sandwich Recipe. This is an easy, delicious leftover turkey recipe that is ready in time flat to serve for lunch or dinner the next day. Your whole family will enjoy this hot turkey sandwich recipe.


• Place 1 cup of diced turkey on each lower portion of the toasted bun (roll, bread).

Hot Turkey Sandwich Recipe. This is an easy, delicious leftover turkey recipe that is ready in time flat to serve for lunch or dinner the next day. Your whole family will enjoy this hot turkey sandwich recipe.


• Pour the hot gravy over the top of the turkey and replace the top portion of the bun.

Hot Turkey Sandwich Recipe. This is an easy, delicious leftover turkey recipe that is ready in time flat to serve for lunch or dinner the next day. Your whole family will enjoy this hot turkey sandwich recipe.


• Serve while hot.
• Eat with a knife or fork, or for a super fun and messy meal, pick it up and eat it like a burger!

Hot Turkey Sandwich Recipe. This is an easy, delicious leftover turkey recipe that is ready in time flat to serve for lunch or dinner the next day. Your whole family will enjoy this hot turkey sandwich recipe.



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How to Make Turkey Gravy

How to Make Turkey Gravy. Turkey gravy goes hand and hand with roasted turkey. Instead of buying canned or jarred turkey gravy the next time you make a bird, why not make your own? It is easier than you think!


What to do with all those wonderful pan drippings from that tender and juicy turkey you just made!? Why make turkey gravy, of course! There is nothing better than homemade gravy, and this turkey gravy recipe really packs a flavor-wallop. Easy to make (really!) this wonderful turkey gravy is the perfect pairing to your roasted turkey.

How to Make Turkey Gravy

It is that time of year – the holiday season, and I bet turkey is on your table at least one in November or December. So many people eat turkey as their main holiday entree for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years Day! According to the National Turkey Federation – “in 2016, more than 219 million turkeys were served for meals in the United States. We estimate that 44 million of those turkeys were enjoyed at Thanksgiving, 22 million at Christmas and 19 million at Easter.” That’s a lot of birds!

Turkey gravy goes hand and hand with roasted turkey. Instead of buying canned or jarred turkey gravy the next time you make a bird, why not make your own? It is easier than you think!

Note:

• The amount of pan drippings that the turkey will yield will depend on how much the turkey itself gave along with the 1 cup of broth added during cooking. • This amount of roux should thicken approximately 2 – 2½ cups of gravy, using the rough ratio of 2 tablespoons butter and 2 tablespoons flour to 1 cup of liquid.

Turkey Gravy Ingredients:

• 2 cups Turkey Pan Drippings
• ¼ cup Butter
• ¼ cup Flour (you can substitute Wondra)
• Pinch Garlic Powder
• Pinch Onion Powder
• Salt, to taste
• Pepper, to taste
• ¼ tsp Poultry Seasoning

Turkey Gravy Mise en Place:

• Frying Pan
• Strainer
• Spoon or Whisk
Measuring Cup
Measuring Spoons

How to Make Turkey Gravy. Turkey gravy goes hand and hand with roasted turkey. Instead of buying canned or jarred turkey gravy the next time you make a bird, why not make your own? It is easier than you think!


Turkey Gravy Directions:

• Strain the pan drippings to remove the solids (this step is optional); set aside.

How to Make Turkey Gravy. Turkey gravy goes hand and hand with roasted turkey. Instead of buying canned or jarred turkey gravy the next time you make a bird, why not make your own? It is easier than you think!


• In a fry pan, melt the butter and flour to make a roux. Mix the flour in with the butter and cook this mixture until it turns golden in color.

How to Make Turkey Gravy. Turkey gravy goes hand and hand with roasted turkey. Instead of buying canned or jarred turkey gravy the next time you make a bird, why not make your own? It is easier than you think!


• Add the pan drippings to the roux in small ½ cup portions, bringing it to a low boil, and incorporating the drippings into the mixture until it thickens, and then add another ½ cup of pan dripping, continuing this until you have added all the drippings.

How to Make Turkey Gravy. Turkey gravy goes hand and hand with roasted turkey. Instead of buying canned or jarred turkey gravy the next time you make a bird, why not make your own? It is easier than you think!


• Add the garlic powder, onion powder, salt, pepper, and poultry seasoning. Taste with a clean spoon and add more seasonings according to your taste buds.

How to Make Turkey Gravy. Turkey gravy goes hand and hand with roasted turkey. Instead of buying canned or jarred turkey gravy the next time you make a bird, why not make your own? It is easier than you think!


• When you have used all the pan drippings, if you feel there is not enough gravy, or the gravy is too thick, you can add turkey broth in the same increments as the drippings.
• Serve hot.


How to Make Turkey Gravy

Turkey gravy goes hand and hand with roasted turkey. Instead of buying canned or jarred turkey gravy the next time you make a bird, why not make your own? It is easier than you think!

Prep Time: 10 Minutes
Cook Time: 10 Minutes
Total Time: 20 Minutes

Ingredients:

2 cups Turkey Pan Drippings
¼ cup Butter
¼ cup Flour
Pinch Garlic Powder
Pinch Onion Powder
Salt, to taste
Pepper, to taste
¼ tsp Poultry Seasoning

Directions:

• Strain the pan drippings to remove the solids (this step is optional); set aside.
• In a fry pan, melt the butter and flour to make a roux. Mix the flour in with the butter and cook this mixture until it turns golden in color.
• Add the pan drippings to the roux in small ½ cup portions, bringing it to a low boil, and incorporating the drippings into the mixture until it thickens, and then add another ½ cup of pan dripping, continuing this until you have added all the drippings.
• Add the garlic powder, onion powder, salt, pepper, and poultry seasoning. Taste with a clean spoon and add more seasonings according to your taste buds.
• When you have used all the pan drippings, if you feel there is not enough gravy, or the gravy is too thick, you can add turkey broth in the same increments as the drippings.
• Serve hot.

Makes 8 servings Turkey Gravy

How to Make Turkey Gravy. Turkey gravy goes hand and hand with roasted turkey. Instead of buying canned or jarred turkey gravy the next time you make a bird, why not make your own? It is easier than you think!


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