Many of might have some turkey leftovers in the fridge right now, after the Thanksgiving celebration in the United States yesterday. Or there might be some after another holiday meal during this season.
This is a great recipe to do something little different with the leftovers, it doesn't take a lot of time, the meal was ready in 30 minutes, more or less.
Even if you want to cook some rice with it. I went with egg noodles, or if you want to use stuffing - all possibilities!
Instead of using turkey, chicken is of course a great choice , as well as lamb, or just beans to make a vegetarian meal out of it.
It has lots of flavours, from ginger, spinach, and spices, all giving it different layers and nuances.
Also the scent that came off of it, while it was cooking whet the appetite nicely, even after a big holiday meal the day before.
The recipe has several spices, if you don't favor one or some of them, leaving it out shouldn't be a problem, just like always, check the taste before serving.
I'm a chef and a pastry chef, and I love food. Preparing a meal for someone is a show of love; for your craft, for the ingredients, and for the ones eating.
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