It's been a week already since Thanksgiving was celebrated but there's still turkey left in your fridge. What do you do with it? You cannot just reheat everyday to serve for dinner. That would be truly boring. You cannot also bring it to the office to share with your officemates because surely they have their own. But throwing it away is also not good. Remember, you had it to celebrate Thanksgiving. Throwing it away would defeat the whole purpose of the celebration. So again, what do you do with it? Here are different ways to convert it into something new.

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Easy to Prepare Daily Recipes
Pesto Turkey Salad/Creamy Pesto Turkey Salad

Cut leftover turkey into small strips. Set aside.
In a blender put fresh basil, garlic and some nuts. Blend until a puree is made.
Add in the olive oil while machine is still on. As an alternative, you can replace olive oil with sour cream.
Put layers of greens in a salad bowl. Add tomato and cucumber slices.
Drop in the turkey strips.
Pour the pesto sauce.
Toss the salad.
Stuffed Bell Pepper

Cut off the top (about a quarter) of the green bell pepper.
Remove the seeds and the ridges.
Steam or boil the pepper shells for a few minutes (be careful not to overcook lest they become too soft).
Set aside.
Chop leftover turkey in to really small pieces.
Chop onions and garlic.
In a pan, sauté the garlic and onions. Add the turkey.
Add in cooked rice. Mix well. Remove from fire after a few minutes. Set aside.
Pour catsup in a food blender. Drop a few pieces of fresh tomatoes. Blend until a puree is made. Set aside.
Get the bell pepper shells and set them upright on a baking dish.
Stuff the shells the turkey and rice mixture.
Pour some of the tomato mixture on top.
Sprinkle grated cheese.
Bake for a few minutes.

Egged Turkey

Beat eggs in a bowl. Add some milk. Set aside.
Chop onions and garlic.
Dice potatoes, tomatoes and carrots.
Chop leftover turkey into small cubes.
In a pan, sauté onions and garlic.
Add in the potato and carrot cubes.
Put in the turkey.
When the turkey is starting to turn brown, add in the tomatoes.
After a minute or two, pour the scrambled eggs.
Stir continuously. (The final product is not supposed to look like an omelet or a pancake.)
Remove from flame when the egg is already cooked.
These three simple recipes will surely make leftover turkey more fun to eat.