Posted on Nov 10, 2016
Another Turkey Day is nearly in the books, and your refrigerator will most likely filled with an abundance of leftovers from the Thanksgiving feast you shared with family and friends. Certainly, Thanksgiving leftovers are delightful to enjoy in the coming days, but after a while many of us look for new ways to reinvent what’s left of our Thanksgiving meal. How about combining those leftovers with the wholesome goodness of sorghum?
With sorghum’s versatility and easy-to-use nature, Thanksgiving leftovers can be a tasty treat once more. Bring everyone back to the dinner table with these five sorghum recipes that are great to revive your leftovers!
Have a lot of leftover ham? Dice it up and throw it into a pot to make this light, delicious Ham, Kale and Sorghum Soup from Nu Life Market. Plus, you can freeze any leftovers to enjoy later!
Did mom cook too many sweet potatoes? Use them to create this fantastic sorghum side dish created by Chef Hugh Acheson. If your potatoes are already mashed, skip the cooking step and go straight to preparing the flavors of the recipe.*Photo and recipe from New York Times
Leftover vegetables may not sound that appetizing on their own, but when cooked with sorghum, leftover vegetables can become an instant hit in your family. Try mixing things up with this Sorghum Vegetable Medley from Wondergrain.
The morning after Thanksgiving, everyone may not be rushing to the table to eat breakfast. A sorghum frittata with leftover Thanksgiving pork may just have everyone circling around the kitchen for more.
Did you have a lot of corn leftover this Thanksgiving? Give it a new purpose with this Sweet Corn Sorghum Stuffed Peppers recipe by Erin Alderson.*Photo and recipe by Erin Alderson