Posted on Nov 16, 2017
With Thanksgiving comes a season of gratitude, and of course, delectable food! The flavors of this time of year bring about tradition, comfort and familiarity. We all have our holiday favorites – turkey, stuffing, green bean casserole, roasted veggies, mashed potatoes. Thanksgiving is just a few days away, and even though our celebrations and family gatherings will soon be over, that doesn’t mean we can’t still enjoy the flavors and leftovers in days following our feasts.
Whether you’re a leftovers person or not, Thanksgiving leftovers are one of the most delightful things about this foodie holiday. Bring your turkey day leftovers to a whole new level by elevating them in this Harvest Sorghum Bowl! Who doesn’t love a good bowl?! Convenient and easy!
1 cup “Thanksgiving Sorghum Stuffing”
3-4 different vegetable sides, such as roasted carrots or squash, roasted or mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, etc
2-3 ounces sliced turkey breast
To get started, gather your favorite leftover Thanksgiving dishes from the refrigerator. You can get creative with your choices and really customize your bowl to your liking. For this specific dish, we gathered our leftover Thanksgiving Sorghum Stuffing, mashed potatoes, green beans, roasted carrots, cranberry sauce and turkey. YUM! Warm up any of your leftover selections you would like to be warm in your bowl.
There is something wonderful about simplicity when it comes to food and cooking, and this bowl is no exception. Next, simply begin building your bowl with your desired Thanksgiving leftovers. Add as much or as little of each leftover dish as you would like!
Voila! Enjoy your tasty bowl, making sure to gather all the flavors on your fork in one bite!
You know, this bowl isn’t one you should only enjoy following the days after Thanksgiving! If these tasty holiday flavors are some of your favorites, you can make smaller bathes of your seasonal favorites any time of the year and enjoy! You can even purchase smaller portions of oven-baked turkey from your local grocery store versus cooking a whole turkey at home. Think outside-the-box and get creative with mealtime.