Every year we face the question of “what to do with Thanksgiving leftovers?” and this time, we have the answer for you. We have 10 answers in fact and they are these delicious snack recipes, which you can use to make the most out of your Thanksgiving dinner.
Whether this is your first time hosting a Thanksgiving dinner, or you've been doing it for years, you're probably aware of how much cooking it involves. Thanksgiving is a very traditional holiday and people always expect certain foods to be on the menu. Sometimes being the one who cooks it all can get overwhelming. That is why we have listed here 5 recipes that must be on your menu this year.
Stuffing is very important when it comes to cooking a Thanksgiving turkey and it doesn't have to get too complicated. Today, we want to share a very easy stuffing recipe with you. It is perfect for beginners but professionals will find it equally delicious. But before we get into it, you need to know that the trick to a good classic stuffing from scratch is making sure your bread is really dry before you add broth. If you buy your bread a few days early, tear it or cut it into cubes and dry them in a bowl for a few days on your counter.
For many people, Thanksgiving leftovers are even better than the actual dinner of the holiday. And they can’t wait to cook up something delicious with them the next day. The star of the leftovers is, of course, the turkey, which you can even freeze and keep for months. But not many can wait that long, most people use up the leftovers the next day. Now, if you are one of those people and you are tired of your usual leftover recipes, we have a great selection for you here.
There is so much stress around cooking the Thanksgiving Turkey but we are not sure why. Yes, you’re hosting your family and you want everything to be perfect including the centrepiece of your whole meal, which is the turkey. But stressing has never helped anybody. A detailed and simple guide is all you need and we are here to give it to you.