Happy day after Thanksgiving friends! Hope everyone had a great day filled with family, and lots of delicious food. Speaking of lots of food, I am sure most of you have enough leftovers to last days. Which is exactly how you’re going to make this Turkey Cranberry Quesadilla which is featured in our post today.
It’s not often we prepare a meal as big as a Thanksgiving dinner. However in my family growing up, portion control was non existent. My mom used to cook dinner for twelve, but it was just for my brother, myself, and for her. So we grew accustomed to eating the same meals for a few days. When it was her spaghetti, I was all about that, but it does get hard eating the same thing over and over again.
Thus bringing us to the reason for this post today. Wasting food is never a good option. Getting creative with what you do with those leftovers is a better alternative option. Who would have thought that a thanksgiving quesadilla would be this delicious.
As you see pictured, we layered on shredded mild cheddar cheese, shredded leftover turkey, some cranberry relish, and then more cheese on top. It melted together perfectly, and it didn’t taste like I was eating the same meal from the day before.
In our last post, we shared another great way to use those leftovers. If you missed it, you should definitely check out the Turkey Hash post. Thats wraps up our post for today, and we hope you all enjoyed your time with us. We’re back Monday with more delicious Holiday meals focused on Hanukkah and Christmas. Until then, happy cooking friends!
Quote of the Day: “Good, better, best. Never let it rest. ‘Til your good is better and your better is best.” – St. Jerome