Leftover Turkey Tettrazini

Leftover Turkey Tettrazini

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For an easy way to use up those Thanksgiving day leftovers, try making Sarah Carey’s Turkey Tettrazini, a creamy and delightful way to enjoy turkey all over again!

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Sarah Carey is the editor of Everyday Food magazine and her job is to come up with the best ways to make fast, delicious food at home. But she’s also a mom to two hungry kids, so the question “What’s for dinner?” is never far from her mind — or theirs, it seems! Her days can get crazy busy (whose don’t?), so these videos are all about her favorite fast, fresh meals — and the tricks she uses to make it all SO much easier.


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  • veronica okeefe on February 3, 2020

    I cook this recipe for dinner and omg! It's so good!!!Everyone like it! Thank you so much!!

  • Ronald Burse on February 3, 2020

    That looks awsome

  • Lynn Kramer on February 3, 2020

    Sadly, for me at least., the words low fat almost always means high carb. My body needs higher fats and lower carbs to stay haealthy and less salt. Restaurants couldn't care less about my health, and that needs to change. Ah well, I can wish can't I?

  • Drew Shourd on February 3, 2020

    Another person with a cooking show that doesn't even know how to use a knife….that dish looks super dry btw….no thanx.

  • Pramila Lall on February 3, 2020

    I added the left over veggie dishes with left over chicken n the result was amazing!

  • Caroline Bullock on February 3, 2020

    Thanks! A great idea!

  • Yasna on February 3, 2020

    I don't have peas so I'm going to use carrots instead. 🙂

  • cynthia g on February 3, 2020

    No recipe listed, don't waste my time. No sense to that.

  • orangecouch on February 3, 2020

    This is my family's traditional Sunday after Thanksgiving meal.  My mother has made it for years.  Love!

  • Janice Whitney on February 3, 2020

    what kind of broth did u use

  • maylien on February 3, 2020

    Noodles covered with pie crust? That IS insane! (Unless you are from the Midwest, they roll that way…)

  • Hami H on February 3, 2020

    im totally making this using chicken breasts!

  • Konstantinos Foukakis on February 3, 2020

    "Don't overdo it" XD
    I think you kinda did, Sarah.

  • Peppy Pepe on February 3, 2020

    Everyday Food: Please post an ingredients list

  • winniesthird on February 3, 2020

    Cute apron!

  • John Hersman on February 3, 2020

    I love when you share your ideas about other ways to change the recipe. It inspires me to think about recipes differently.

  • Angelina Wu on February 3, 2020

    This looks sooooooo creamy and delicious!

  • Rik on February 3, 2020

    I will forever associate this recipe with that fantastic lady on Maury who went on about her best friend stealing her man with CHICKEN TETRAZINNI.

  • asianleo83 on February 3, 2020

    I love your apron it's super cute and of course all our recipes Sarah:)

  • MikeTheBarber63 on February 3, 2020

    I have had this many times with chicken or turkey. A rotisserie chicken from the store works great for this kind of thing. I never thought of pork Tettrazini but now I want to try it. We use chopped broccoli instead of peas. Love your recipes!

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  • lcnlvc on February 3, 2020

    Too good =)

  • ShesInLosAngeles on February 3, 2020

    My Midwestern hubby loves these casseroles but I'm turned off by using canned soups. I could also use this sauce base for his favorite tuna noodle cass. Great video. Jane

  • Georgia Gwynne on February 3, 2020

    So much salt!!

  • alqia mirzan on February 3, 2020

    my mouth so watering

  • Moon Lady on February 3, 2020

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  • Heghineh Cooking Show on February 3, 2020

    I just love that kitchen full of bright light ☀️

  • Lou D. Samson on February 3, 2020

    You forgot to line up your mushrooms. Hahahaha.

  • Just Us Jenkins on February 3, 2020

    Come on Thanksgiving!!!!

  • Lherrerajr78 on February 3, 2020

    Wait what? Man this year is going faster than I realized. I need to get my Xmas stuff done.. ??

  • Protocol Officer on February 3, 2020

    I was initially intrigued as I thought this was a recipe for creating another dish from Turkey Tettrazini that had been left over not Tettrazini made from leftover turkey❗️Also, in England regarding mushrooms, I learned to peel them – takes seconds- rather than water them down by immersing them in water. There was no discernible taste difference. Try it! Just take out stems then peel from the underside.?

  • J on February 3, 2020

    "So Thanksgiving has come and gone……" Wait waaat, I turned 23 without even realizing?!?! Sarah, I had no idea you were a magician! Magical and a good cook! #winning

  • DaGingerHeadMan on February 3, 2020

    Salt, salt, and more salt.
    Do you guys add salt to your salt? 🙂
    You know what, this is delicious, but the salt needs some salt.
    Gee I wonder why the doctor says my blood pressure is a little elevated, lol.

  • Mely Ayala on February 3, 2020

    Love it…no buts about it. Grateful

  • Eszter Kozma on February 3, 2020

    Dear Sarah, love your apron! xoxo

  • Hunnie B on February 3, 2020

    Love the idea of adding fresh lemon juice to this recipe….I'm always looking for new ways to use up leftover turkey or chicken, thank you Miss Sarah……and how cute is that apron 🙂

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  • Stuart Safford on February 3, 2020

    We make tettrazini with turkey or chicken.

  • Jim Spatz on February 3, 2020

    make with spaghetti squash instead of pasta!

  • Tim Sheets on February 3, 2020

    Looks good!

  • Thaneii on February 3, 2020

    Thanksgiving as come and gone?  I know that NY is in a different time zone than me, but I didn't realize that time zone is a MONTH ahead of me.  I love this recipe.  Or is it too early for me to actually say that?

  • Bianca Basco on February 3, 2020

    so early

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