Turkey Loaf-Bake


Using some of that leftover Turkey chop 2 cups of white or dark meat (or both) into small cubes or shred, add to a mixing bowl, add 4 slices of your favorite bread cubed, one egg beaten, salt and black pepper, to taste, 1/2 teaspoon ground sage, parsley and 1 teaspoon thyme, mix well, (you can add finely chopped celery, shallots, onions also to mixture). Transfer to an 8″ x  8″ baking dish (or you can use a 5″x 9″ loaf pan) and smooth out mixture. Add one cup leftover turkey gravy or you can use 1/2 cup chicken stock (low sodium) and 1/2 cup milk mixed together then add to baking dish.

Cover baking dish with aluminum foil, pre heat oven to 375 F once hot, bake dish 20 minutes. Serve with any other leftovers sides from your Thanksgiving dinner! Sweet potatoes, corn, peas, green beans whatever you like!

I make these loaves in aluminum foil pans (5×9) and freeze them! It works out great for a quick supper.

Super flavorful, hope you enjoy!

Cheryl “Cheffie Cooks” Wiser.

The Wiser Cook.


12 thoughts on “Turkey Loaf-Bake

  1. This is the best idea I’ve ever seen for leftover turkey Cuzzin. I’m going to give it a try, you can bet on that. I just might add some of my dressing instead of bread crumbs, because I use biscuits and cornbread for the dressing, and onions, celery, sage and the usual suspects for flavoring. That will use up more than just the leftover roaster (didn’t get a turkey this year), it will also use up some of the huge amount of dressing. Hugs. Angie

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