What To Do With Leftover Dry Turkey Breast?

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When preparing meals, it can be difficult to know what to do with all the leftovers. Leftover turkey breast is no exception. Turkey breast is a great source of protein, but it can become dry if cooked too long. Fortunately, there are several ways to use leftover dry turkey breast that can help not only make delicious meals, but also save time and money. This blog post will provide a few tips on what to do with leftover dry turkey breast. We will discuss meal ideas, how to store it, and how to make it moist again. We will also consider some of the health benefits of turkey breast and when it should be avoided. With these tips, you can make the most of your leftover turkey breast and enjoy delicious, nutritious meals.

Our 30+ BEST Leftover Turkey Recipes (+Leftover Turkey Salad)These recipes are sure to please. So, gather your family and friends and enjoy. Let us know your thoughts!

  • 4 cups shredded or diced cooked turkey
  • 2 Tbsp. chopped red onion
  • 1/2 cup chopped celery
  • 1/2 cup olive oil mayonnaise
  • 2 Tbsp. chopped parsley
  • 2 Tbsp. sour cream
  • 1 tsp. Dijon mustard
  • 2 tsp. fresh lemon juice
  • Salt and pepper
  • Combine all ingredients in a bowl.
  • Serve on bread or rolls.
  • How to make this Leftover Turkey Skillet:

  • Measure out and prepare the ingredients.
  • Put the butter in a large skillet and bring it to a sizzle over medium heat.
  • Add the orzo and the rice. Continually stir.
  • When you notice the first few orzo/rice pieces starting to brown, add the onions and the garlic.
  • When the majority of the orzo/rice has browned, add the frozen broccoli and carefully pour in the chicken broth.
  • Bring to a simmer, cover with a lid or sheet of foil and simmer until the rice is done and all the liquid has been absorbed.
  • While you are waiting for the rice to cook, whisk the cream of chicken soup, sour cream, celery seed, salt, Worcestershire sauce, lemon juice and pepper together and set aside.
  • Stir the turkey and ham into the rice.
  • Stir the cream of chicken soup mixture into the rice.
  • Once everything in the skillet is heated through, sprinkle with cheese and serve.
  • What can I make with dry turkey breast?

    Don’t worry; it happens to everyone occasionally. If you had a minor accident and ended up with dry turkey, and you’re wondering what to do with it now, first off, don’t worry. The best choice is to incorporate your dry turkey into a dish like this one or a turkey casserole. In this manner, the sauces in those recipes can moisten and compensate for the dryness of your turkey.


    What can I make with dry turkey breast?

    Put your leftovers in aluminum foil and cover the meat with a few spoonfuls of gravy or chicken stock. Add a pat of butter and close the foil tightly. Another option is to use a casserole dish, but be sure to tightly wrap it in aluminum foil to keep the steam inside from escaping.

    How do you make leftover dry turkey moist?

    Focus on restoring the white breast meat first since it tends to be a guest favorite and is the part of the turkey that loses its juiciness first: Combine a few tablespoons of melted butter with chicken broth and pour it over the sliced turkey. To keep warm, cover with foil or put in a 200° oven.

    How do you moisten a turkey breast?

    Turkey breast is best reheated in the oven. Preheat your oven to 325°F (160°C). Put the breast in a baking dish with a little broth and tightly wrap it in foil. Your meat should be heated for 15 minutes per pound, or until an internal thermometer reads 165°F (75°C).

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