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Thanksgiving recipes- Leftovers Frittata

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A frittata with fresh herbs on top served in a cast-iron skillet, branded as a dish for utilizing Thanksgiving leftovers and perfect for Thanksgiving recipes.

My husband is the king of cooking too much food. Especially when it comes to large meals like Thanksgiving and Christmas. He cooks enough to feed an entire village and we always have a lot of leftovers. Our friends at LiteHouse Foods shared this Thanksgiving recipes with us that is perfect for your. After the turkey, the stuffing, the yams and pumpkin pie, comes a refrigerator full of leftovers and a great big sigh. You cooked and baked for hours and hours and watch with joy as the gathering devours. And now it is morning and the refrigerator is laden with leftovers galore and your spirits a-fadin. Have no fear we can vanquish any thoughts of remorse and share a recipe that is a leftover tour-de-force. So gather ye potatoes, and yams, stuffing turkey and beans – we’ve got a recipe that will exceed your wildest dreams. Potato pittata did someone say frittata?

Thanksgiving Leftovers Frittata


1 1/2 cups green beans (or any other vegetable) 1 1/2 cups turkey 1 1/2 cup mashed potatoes or sweet potatoes 2 cups stuffing 6-8 eggs ½ cup diced onion 2 tsp Litehouse instantly fresh garlic 1 Tbls. chopped rosemary 1 tsp. salt 1 tsp. pepper 2 Tbls. extra virgin olive oil ½ cup Litehouse Artisan gorgonzola or feta cheese + ¼ cup 1 cup arugula


Heat oven to 350. In a cast iron skillet, heat oil over medium heat. Sauté chopped onions, green beans, and garlic until tender. Add the turkey, potatoes, stuffing, rosemary, salt, pepper and ½ cup artisan cheese. Pour six to eight beaten eggs over the turkey mixture and let sit on medium heat for 3-5 minutes. Transfer the skillet to the oven at bake for 10 minutes or until frittata is baked through. Top with ¼ cup cheese and arugula.

I hope you like our Thanksgiving recipes. How do you like to eat your leftovers?

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