Turkey Leftovers pasta bake

Turkey  Leftovers pasta bake

Are we nearly there yet? I’m going to keep this one short. Its Friday, its Christmas eve eve and I’ve a bottle of red withturkey leftover pasta bake my name on it. A few weeks ago I shared my step by step guide to roast turkey with the echo.ie. Which meant I had a shed load of Turkey leftovers. I discovered there weren’t many turkey leftover recipes around,  using up all your Christmas dinner leftovers without having to add much else to it. Something that you can throw together (think of the hangover) and end up with a dish that’s just as worthy as the Christmas dinner. Not an afterthought, like a big pot of turkey curry that will have you dashing to the loo right up the new years eve. (that’s not experience talking from my childhood I swear) 😉

Enjoy x (now where’s my wine)


  • leftover Turkey and ham chopped
  • leftover  roasted carrots (and whatever leftover veggies your family like)
  •  250 g pot of creme fraiche
  •  150 g  brie cheese rind removed
  • 1 tablespoon of cranberry sauce (optional)turkey leftovers pasta bake
  • 400 g fusilli pasta
  • leftover stuffing

Method (serves 4)

(you will need a mixing bowl, a saucepan and an ovenproof dish)

cook pasta according to packet

when the pasta is bubbling, add the brie and cream Fraiche to a mixing bowl, let the Brie melt into the cream Fraiche over the cooking pasta (just like when you melt chocolate over boiling water in a mixing bowl for rice Krispie buns)

When the brie has melted add the leftover turkey, ham and veggies and mix.

crumble in the chicken stock cube turkey leftover pasta bake

Drain the cooked pasta and add it to the leftover turkey mixture

Transfer it all to an ovenproof dish and top with cranberry sauce first (optional) and then leftover stuffing (blitz up your stuffing if it needs it) and fresh sage if you have it

whack it in the oven for 20 mins at 180 C gas 4

and that’s it…. serve to  demolish,

enjoy the rest of the festivities x

 turkey leftover pasta bake

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