Turkey Call Shopping List

Related To:

MENU:

  • TURKEY SOUP WITH EGG NOODLES AND VEGETABLES

  • "CLEAN THE FRIDGE" CHOPPED VEGETABLE SALAD WITH CRANBERRY VINAIGRETTE

  • PENNE WITH SWEET POTATOES AND FENNEL

  • REINVENTED GREEN BEANS WITH ORANGE VINAIGRETTE

  • STUFFING FRITTATA

  • PUMPKIN PARFAITS

NOTE: Total amounts needed for certain ingredients are stated in parentheses, just in case you already have these items in your kitchen and do not need to buy them.

****This menu assumes leftover Thanksgiving food. You will need:

4 cups shredded/cubed leftover turkey
2 to 3 cups leftover stuffing
4 cups cooked green beans
2 cups roasted, cubed sweet potatoes
1/2 cup cranberry sauce, chunky or jellied
2 cups pumpkin pie filling and crust (scooped from a cooked pie)

STAPLE PANTRY ITEMS (Always make sure you have these staples on hand - these are essential ingredients you should always need.)
Salt, preferably kosher
Ground black pepper
Oils (extra-virgin or virgin olive oil, corn, vegetable)
All-purpose flour (2 tablespoons)
Granulated sugar (1 tablespoon)
Jar of minced garlic/peeled garlic cloves (2 teaspoons minced OR 2 cloves)
Cooking spray
Unsalted butter (1 tablespoon)

PRODUCE
2 leeks
4 carrots
1 bunch fresh parsley (9 tablespoons chopped)
1 bunch fresh rosemary or 1 teaspoon dried (1 tablespoon chopped)
1 bunch broccoli or 1 package broccoli florets (1 cup)
1 bunch cauliflower or 1 package cauliflower florets (1 cup)
3 stalks celery (1 cup chopped, plus 1 stalk, chopped)
1 cucumber (1 cup chopped)
1 fennel bulb
2 shallots
3 ripe tomatoes
1 bag or box frozen green peas (1 cup)

FRUITS
N/A

MEATS, POULTRY & SEAFOOD

N/A

PANTRY GOODS (herbs, spices, breadcrumbs, seeds, oils, nuts, canned goods, etc)

3 (32-ounce) cartons reduced-sodium chicken broth (9 cups)
1 bag/box uncooked egg noodles (6 ounces)
1 (16-ounce) package uncooked penne pasta
Dried thyme (2 teaspoons)
Onion powder (1/2 teaspoon)
Mustard powder (1/2 teaspoon)
Ground nutmeg (1/4 teaspoon)
3 bay leaves
Stuffed green olives (1/2 cup sliced)
Dijon mustard (2 teaspoons)
Cranberry sauce, chunky or jellied (4 tablespoons)
Red wine vinegar (1 tablespoon)
Candied walnuts or pecans (4 tablespoons)

CHEESE & DAIRY

Milk, regular or lowfat (1 3/4 cup)
Grated Parmesan cheese (4 tablespoons)
Shredded cheddar cheese, regular or reduced-fat (1 cup)
8 large eggs
1 pint Vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt, softened (2 cups)
Whipped cream or whipped topping (8 tablespoons)

MISCELLANEOUS
Orange juice (3 tablespoons)

OTHER (specialty items, special equipment, tools, etc)
N/A

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