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(WXYZ) - Hot leftover turkey sandwiches dripping with cranberry sauce are the best part of Thanksgiving dinner.
Until day three.
By that time, the coveted leftover staple loses its appeal.
The problem? Your fridge is still stuffed with like a piece of poultry.
So, we called in the culinary heavyweights to bring you 7 tasty yet simple ways to spice up your Thanksgiving leftovers.
Turkey Quesadillas with Cranberry Chutney and Brie
This Martha Stewart recipe is so quick and easy to make that the whole family can pitch in to help.
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The recipe courtesy of Food Network Magazine takes only 13 minutes to cook and is a good way to use all of those leftover vegetables.
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Southern Living Magazine offers this interesting pizza recipe, made with leftover sweet potatoes and turkey.
Jerk Turkey chilli Recipe
This dish from the food website Chow makes good use of all the leftover turkey from Thanksgiving but with a kick.
Grilled Brie, Turkey, & Pear Sandwich
Here's a Thanksgiving spin on a grilled cheese sandwich, thanks to Fine Cooking Magazine.
Sweet Potato Buttered Rum Flan
For the more experience home chef, leftover sweet potato is the signature ingredient for this dessert from Cooking Light Magazine.
Lemon Turkey Soup with Fresh Spinach and Farfalle
This soup recipe from the food website Epicurious can help warm anyone up as it gets cold this season