Turkey Hash recipe: A Delicious, Simple Way to Use Thanksgiving Leftovers

This recipe has continued to be a favorite for holiday leftovers and one I look forward to as much as the original Thanksgiving or Christmas meal itself.  I shared this recipe when starting my blog, with no photos.  It has felt neglected every year around the holidays, as the original posting never showcased the fantastic recipe in a compelling way.

Fast forward to fall 2013 and I just couldn’t take it anymore.  I whipped up a batch and finally posted some photos as well as updated the recipe to the way I usually make it.  Using leftover turkey, dressing/stuffing and gravy, it transforms the best of a holiday meal into an irresistible second meal.  I love it over mashed potatoes too so there is one more leftover to feature!

My hope is that the photo above will tantalize you into visiting the updated post and recipe for Turkey Holiday Hash here!

Turkey Holiday Hash - BoulderLocavore.com


  1. Colleen says

    It was the fried egg on top that inspired me to take this recipe to Sun Valley for Christmas with my long time friends at their home in East Fork. We made the dressing to go with our Christmas turkey but mainly so we could try the hash the following day when our special friend from Greenhorn Gulch was joining us for brunch. We now have a new favorite tradition for December 26! I compiled all the delicious ingredients into the hash while my friend Juli poached the eggs, with a bonus of green chili in honor of my roots in the Land of Enchantment. Next time we need to use the heavy pan you recommend (instead of a non-stick) so we get that crusty effect. It was so delicious, it might call for more than one “practice run” ahead of next year’s holidays.

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