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Turkey & Noodle Tomato Soup

Turkey & Noodle Tomato Soup

Turkey & Noodle Tomato Soup

Turn V8 juice, veggies and ramen noodles into a wonderful soup that takes just a few minutes to make. I like to serve it with biscuits. —Jennifer Bridges, Los Angeles, California

Sesame Turkey Stir-Fry

Sesame Turkey Stir-Fry

Sesame Turkey Stir-Fry

I really like the rich taste of sesame oil in this Thai-inspired dish. If you don't have it, canola oil does the trick, too. To get a similar nuttiness, toss in a handful sliced almonds before serving. —Kelli Whiting, Fortville, Indiana

Turkey-Cranberry Bagels

Turkey-Cranberry Bagels

Turkey-Cranberry Bagels

Take care of that leftover Thanksgiving turkey in a way your family loves. It's good with all sorts of cranberry sauces and chutneys, so have fun playing around. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Greendale, WI

Pesto Turkey Sandwiches with Strawberry Mustard

Pesto Turkey Sandwiches with Strawberry Mustard

Pesto Turkey Sandwiches with Strawberry Mustard

This is a popular choice when we're looking for something warm, quick and easy. And the strawberry mustard is adjustable to your tastes. I've never been a big fan of mustard and neither have my kids, but we all love this sauce! —Shannon Humphrey, Hampton, Virginia

Turkey Sausage Bean Soup

Turkey Sausage Bean Soup

Turkey Sausage Bean Soup

This recipe is from my great-grandmother, though I've added a few ingredients to make it my own. Serve it with a side salad and some artisan bread for a wonderful, hearty family dinner.

Turkey Pitas with Creamy Slaw

Turkey Pitas with Creamy Slaw

Turkey Pitas with Creamy Slaw

Pack these pockets 'o' fun for school, work or a weekend picnic—or just eat them at home. Toss in a few slices of red pepper for extra color and crunch. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Greendale, Wisconsin
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