What in the world do you do with all the leftover turkey? Chances are you have leftover turkey from Thanksgiving in your fridge and your family is tired of turkey sandwiches.

I have an easy, hearty, and healthy recipe that your family will beg for you to make after every Thanksgiving. This recipe has become a tradition in our family to have after every Thanksgiving…and they look forward to it!

 

The final product! The turkey was still frozen at 7 AM but turned out to be succulent and delicious by 2 PM.

The final product! The turkey was still frozen at 7 AM but turned out to be succulent and delicious by 2 PM.

 

Chances are if you hosted Thanksgiving or went to a house where they prepared turkey; you have leftover turkey in your fridge.

Try out this simple and delicious recipe that my family has come to love!

 

The recipe that will keep your family asking for more!

The recipe that will keep your family asking for more!

 

My husband, Adam, used to harvest wild rice with a buddy. Since the kids have gotten busier, he no longer harvests the wild rice. We buy the wild rice from a local fella who harvests it in our area so it is organic. Check out Costco for large bags of wild rice if you do not have a local to the wild rice.

We used to give Adam’s wild rice for Christmas gifts along with this recipe. Often, the recipients would share they made the dish for company. It was a big hit!

The bacon comes from Patchwork Farms. This is a local farm with grass-fed pork. The bacon is uncured with no nitrates or nitrates. Also, their pigs are butchered by a Mennonite butcher.

Lots of love goes into raising their hogs!

Check out Patchwork Farms on Facebook: Patchworkfarms@patchworkfarmsmn

This recipe also contains the “Vitamin L.” The Institute of Integrative Nutrition shares Vitamin L , or Vitamin Love, is sprinkled in our home-made meals as love goes into preparing meals for our families.

May this recipe bring lots of love to your family table, Amazing Moms!

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