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Leftover Turkey Patties

Rated as 3.89 out of 5 Stars

"Great way to use leftover turkey! A mixture of chopped turkey meat, flour, crumbs, onion, and cream formed into patties, browned and topped with creamy soup for serving."
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Ingredients

50 m servings 227
Original recipe yields 8 servings (8 patties)

Directions

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  1. Heat oil in a large skillet over medium high heat. Blend in flour, salt, pepper and 1 cup of half-and-half. Reduce heat to low and simmer, stirring, until thick. Stir in turkey, onion and bread crumbs. Mix well, then shape mixture into 8 small patties and refrigerate to chill for 30 minutes.
  2. Place cornflake crumbs in a shallow dish or bowl and place remaining 1 cup half-and-half in a second shallow dish or bowl. Heat oil in skillet. Dip patties in crumbs, then in cream, then in crumbs again; brown patties in the hot skillet, place in a serving dish and cover with soup.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 227 calories; 12.5 18.6 10 39 548 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

I made a couple changes, but this is a flavorful and unique way to use up leftover turkey. First of all, I used a product called Fryin' Magic, instead of cornflakes. I spiced the recipe up by ad...

Most helpful critical review

This reminds me of turkey and stuffing. I used grape nuts instead of corn flakes, which was good. My Man liked this recipe, but I really did not care for it.

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I made a couple changes, but this is a flavorful and unique way to use up leftover turkey. First of all, I used a product called Fryin' Magic, instead of cornflakes. I spiced the recipe up by ad...

Really good! The kids loved it too. I did substitute half the breadcrumbs for cooked rice, healthy alternative. I also greased a pan and baked at 385F, for 15 minutes on each side to get it cris...

It's wonderfully flavored and a unique way to serve Turkey sometime during the week following having cooked a Turkey Dinner. I suggest freezing some of the gravey and then using it rather than t...

I enjoyed these.. lots of room for creativity with this recipe. I use corn chexs instead of corn flakes because I had some in the cupboard.

This reminds me of turkey and stuffing. I used grape nuts instead of corn flakes, which was good. My Man liked this recipe, but I really did not care for it.

Good idea, and it was helpful while trying to figure out what to do with my left over turkey but they were pretty bland and I don't like the soup part. I made some changes that I thought were go...

I made them larger for turkey burgers and left out the cream of chicken soup. This is my new go-to for left over turkey.

I made these exactly as written, except I used 1% milk 1 3/4 cup, and fat free evaporated milk 1/2 c. They were very good! I used Thanksgiving turkey that was frozen, and this is March. I love...

These were pretty good, even my picky kids liked them! A few changes: saltines instead of breadcrumbs; added a little Adobo; 1% milk worked great in place of the half & half.