We're in the holiday spirit - the spirit of Thanksgiving!
Today, we're thankful to have Eric Porter with The PorterHouse Bar and Grill in Greensboro showing off his Turkey Day favorites. In most houses, there are plenty of leftovers and Eric is showing us what to do with them. He made a cream turkey biscuit and stuffing.
4 Each Biscuits (Homemade or Store Bought)
16 oz "Leftover" Turkey (White Meat works Best)
½ Yellow Onion (Small Diced)
3 TBSP Butter
3 TBSP All Purpose Flour
3 Cups Whole Milk
In a medium saucepan brown the Onion with the butter. When the onion is soft add the flour and stir together to make a roux. Slowly add the milk and bring to a simmer. Sauce will thicken. Turn the heat down to low and add in turkey. Season with Salt and Pepper to your taste. Continue to cook until leftover turkey is warm throughout. Top your favorite biscuit and enjoy!!
"Sausage and Apple Stuffing"
1 Lb Neese's Sausage
1 Bag Stuffing Mix (Peppridge Farm) or Homemade Croutons (16 oz)
2 Tbsp Melted Butter
1 Yellow Onion (Small Dice)
4 Stalks Celery (Small Dice)
2 Granny Smith Apples (Small Dice)
2 ½ Cups Chicken Stock
Your Favorite Seasonal Seasonings (Sage, Salt, Pepper, etc...)
Brown the Sausage in a large skillet. When the sausage is almost done add the onions, celery and apples. Cook until onions and celery are soft. Combine Sausage mixture with the croutons and add the chicken stock until its all moist. Add the seasonings and melted butter. Place mixture in a greased baking dish and bake at 350 degrees for 30-45 minutes. Serve warm and enjoy!!