Okay. We are getting to the end of our turkey supply. Yesterday, I made a family favourite: “Turkey” Pot Pie Turnovers. Thank you Melissa D’Arabian! The salad recipe she shares to go with the turnovers is also excellent. I would include a photo of mine, but… they were not nearly as pretty. The still tasted great, though, which my family assures me is what matters most.
I also had some cranberry sauce to use up, and a search led me to this One-Bowl Cranberry Sauce Bread from Always Order Dessert. This was SO easy to make, and SO good! I will definitely be making it again… soon.
There might be just enough turkey left to share one more recipe tomorrow if my husband doesn’t use it all up in a sandwich.
Today, I turned my turkey stock into Turkey Noodle Soup using a “new to me” recipe from Spend With Pennies. Everyone agreed that the soup was delicious. (This was clearly illustrated by the empty pot. So much for leftovers tomorrow). I will definitely add it to my list of favourites.
I included some tasty Whole Wheat No Knead Bread from Real Mom Nutrition. After several failed attempts many years ago, I stopped trying to make homemade bread (other than with the bread maker) until I came across Sally’s recipe. She uses the Instant Pot to proof, and that has made the difference for me. I have made this bread several times, and have never had a problem.
If you have been reading my posts regularly, you know that I am a huge fan of the Instant Pot. I was an early adopter, and both my enthusiasm and willingness to share recipes I had tried, led many of my colleagues to purchase this tool. Even today, when I ran into a friend looking for speakers, I couldn’t help but mention that the store had Instant Pots on sale and how wonderful they were. Later, my husband told me that she had purchased one. I can’t help myself! I am always doing this in local stores, and my husband jokingly says that I should contact the company and become a sales representative. That is not my mission. I am a Life and Health Coach, but I truly endorse this product. If you would like to purchase one online, go to amazon.ca.