After Thanksgiving, you’re in a leftover daze. You thought you bought a bird big enough for ten people. Turns out, you made a feast fit for thirty. The leftovers have mounted in your fridge. But before “turkey” becomes a four-letter word, give it a second chance in something other than a sandwich. Leftover turkey nachos are a plate full of happiness. Serve up the sweet-salty mix for a night of football or just chow down with a smile because your stash is finally dwindling.
*If you have leftover cranberries, you can skip these ingredients. Otherwise, follow the directions to prepare homemade cranberry sauce.
- To make cranberries: Add water and sugar to small pot and bring to a boil. Once boiling, add cranberries and cinnamon. Simmer 10-15 minutes, or until all cranberries have popped and softened.
- On a baking sheet, spread out chips.
- In a bowl, add turkey and cranberry sauce. Stir to combine.
- Add turkey-cranberry mixture over top chips, distributing evenly over all chips.
- Sprinkle feta and fresh parsley (if desired) on top.
- Boil on high for 5 minutes, or until desired warmth.