Turkey Pockets Recipe
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This easy Turkey Pockets Recipe is a great way to use that leftover turkey.
Any leftover turkey or chicken hanging around? Well, this Turkey Pockets Recipe (or chicken) couldn’t be easier and they’re mighty tasty too. It can be served as a heavy appetizer or as a main dish as well. And these little pockets are pretty fancy looking considering what little effort goes into preparation.
You’ll find the recipe and a full photo tutorial (just to see how easy they really are) over at Tasty Kitchen. Pop over and say “hey!” And while you’re there, you may find some other tasty temptations. It isn’t called Tasty Kitchen for nothing.
Check out these two recipes perfect for using leftover turkey:
Rosemary Hummus Cranberry Turkey Wraps
Happy cooking y’all!
I love this idea!
Yummy, warm & savory and perfect for a dine & dash night!
Amazing, Amy! I love how sophisticated these look — not always an easy thing for turkey to pull off.
These look so great!!
I agree, they do loo fancy. But also very yummy!!
Amy these look deliecious!!! little mini turkey pocket pies. I wish I had some leftover turkey left. Thanks for sharing the recipe and Merry Christmas. Tell Slocum we said hello. Miss you!
i saw this on Tasty Kitchen this morning and cannot wait to go to the store and grab stuff to make it with (but with chicken since that’s what i have :))
What a fun idea! I’m not a big turkey fan, but if you served it to me like this, I’m sure I’d love it!
Great way to enjoy turkey. I love this!
it’s breakfast time and i’m looking at these and my mouth is watering . . . not fair Miss Amy, just not fair t’all . . .
Love, love, love it! Can’t wait to make this soon.
OMG – those sound and look amazing. What a great idea!
Amy, I saw these over at TK, and I still can’t get over how delicious they look. AND they can use up all of my leftover holiday poultry!
Amazing. Thanks for the recipe! 🙂
Yum! And I have to say – if it comes wrapped in dough, my kids are that much more excited about it! xo
I only eat fish…so I am going to do this with tuna and use dill as the herb. Thanks for the idea!!
But where is the recipe (or link to the recipe)??!?