The University of Michigan is playing Virginia Tech in the Sugar Bowl later today…
In honor of this great occasion I decided to make a casserole. I know not the most distinguished of meals, but it’s cold and I needed to use up turkey. Also I got to use my UofM pasta!
Okay so in the mix:
turkey (obviously) I had about 2 cups
16oz bag of pasta
8oz (about) greek yogurt
4 T spinach artichoke hummus
1/4 c. romano/parm cheese blend
1/4 c. cheddar cheese blend
1/2 a bunch of asparagus
1/2 c. of broccoli
salt and pepper to taste
Boil the pasta for 6 mins or so. You don’t want it to be all the way done because you are sticking it in the oven. I chopped up the turkey and asparagus into bite size pieces and basically mixed everything else together in a bowl.
Once the pasta was done, I mixed everything together, put it in a buttered 8×8 dish and stuck it in a 350 oven for 30 mins.
The result? A tangy, creamy, good way to use leftover turkey casserole. I know I still need to work on the name. I was pretty surprised that it tasted so good. I even went back for seconds!
GO BLUE BEAT THE HOKIES!! And seriously, they better. I live in Hokieland and do not want to be embarrassed by 9 and 6 year olds tomorrow…
What are your ideas for using leftovers?