Turkey Tetrazzini with Wisconsin Parmesan
— There's nothing mundane about this rich and warming dish, which is named for Luisa Tetrazzini, a renowned Italian soprano in the early 20th century who liked to eat well. With the woodsy flavor of mushrooms, buttery and nutty overtones of Parmesan and the fresh richness of milk, tetrazzini can grace the fanciest table. But, lucky for us, we can make it from leftover turkey.
— What a great use for leftover turkey or chicken! This rich, satisfying dish was apparently named after Italian diva Luisa Tetrazzini, a coloratura who was a favorite of American opera-goers just prior to World War I. Its provenance is a little hazy, but variations on this recipe have been appearing in print for over 50 years.
Ultimate Leftover Turkey Sandwich
— The ultimate leftover turkey sandwich is a delicious combination of your Thanksgiving leftovers – roast turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce – layered in a dinner roll.