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LOOKING for: Thanksgiving leftover Roll

Posted by nancy_jean (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 21, 08 at 9:16

My new Husband told me that his grandma use to make a "Leftover Thanksgiving roll" usually chopped turkey and potatoes and gravy-wrapped in a light airy crust. No one in the family has been able to duplicate the recipe and since I never had it - I have no idea what hes talking about!!! Does this ring a bell with anyone?? I'd love to surprise him with this meal..........TYIA Nancy jean


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RE: LOOKING for: Thanksgiving leftover Roll

You might be able to adapt the recipe at the site below using leftover mashed potatoes. I'm sure she didn't use the pastrami, either but check it out.

Here is a link that might be useful: Turkey roll


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RE: LOOKING for: Another Thanksgiving leftover Roll

Here's another to check out. It calls for cooked rice but that could be switched with potatoes.

Here is a link that might be useful: Turkey Coulibiac


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RE: LOOKING for: Thanksgiving leftover Roll

ty ty I knew it!!!!!!!!!!!! I knew someone here would know about this recipe...........I even thought about the pre-made Puff Pastry Sheets ...............wow ty !!! Im gonna try both- ty again Nancy


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RE: LOOKING for: Thanksgiving leftover Roll

Hope they work!


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RE: LOOKING for: Thanksgiving leftover Roll

OK- I used Bisquick- as the bread and stuffed it w/ leftover turkey stuffing and gravy--------------what a treat ty everyone!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! NJ


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RE: LOOKING for: Thanksgiving leftover Roll

I was going to suggest that it was a Thanksgiving version of a Runza.
Perhaps Grandma used a yeast dough? Was Grandma German? Or did she come from Nebraska?

Here is a link that might be useful: runza


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