Judy speeds up her mother-in-law’s tetrazzini by using jarred Alfredo sauce, canned mushrooms and
onion powder. We loved the peas’ pop of color, the hint of white wine and the creamy, tangy taste. —Judy Batson, Tampa, Florida
Seasoned beans and ground turkey are layered with cheese, corn and an egg mixture, then baked until golden. “This is a warm, comforting, low-fat meal that we always enjoy.” Kathleen Smith - Pittsburg, Pennsylvania
Butternut squash adds a little sweetness to this comforting casserole. You can use leftover turkey and even replace the croutons with leftover stuffing, if you wish. It's sure to satisfy your family. —Mary Ann Dell, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania
Folks who love turkey and stuffing will appreciate the flavor and convenience of this golden casserole. "The recipe makes three pans, so you can enjoy one for dinner and freeze the other two for future meals," says Michelle Flynn of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Turkey teams up temptingly with pretty green peas and crunchy water chestnuts in this yummy casserole from Beth Struble of Bryan, Ohio. Its creamy sauce combined with melted cheese and a golden crouton topping is sure to win you compliments.
Hearty and healthful, this yummy casserole is chock-full of rice, beans, tomatoes and cheese. Serve it with fresh fruit or a side salad for a comforting, satisfying meal. Kathleen Lindgren - Hackensack, Minnesota
From Hastings, Minnesota, Mary Jo O'Brien sent this satisfying supper idea that puts Thanksgiving leftovers to terrific use. "I sometimes make turkey just so I have the extras for the casserole," she says.