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01-26-2013 02:00 PM
Rrrrrachel I do that too! When I pack mine to freeze I use a solid sided container. I pack it in there right then use broth to fill in all the gaps. It lasts better that way, IMO. Great to have on hand or soups, enchiladas, etc!
01-26-2013 01:57 PM

I chop it and freeze it in 1 cup increments.  Then I can use it however I want.  But some of the stuff I use it for include soup and homemade "hot pockets".  Before we were dairy free I would make turkey tetrazzini (which also can freeze well).

01-22-2013 04:40 AM

I have 2 big turkeys in the freezer, and I`m looking for good recipes. biggrinbounce.gif

We are just 2 persons in the house, me and my 11 YO son. So when I defrost it and cook it, there will be LOTS of leftovers. What do you usually do with leftover turkey meat?

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