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Happy Monday-after-Thanksgiving! Is everyone ready to get back into the swing of things? We had an oh-so-lovely traffic-filled car trip back from North Carolina Sunday. So I am counting on Monday for recovery, even though Libbie does have to go to school.
If you’re looking for the perfect way to use up your leftover turkey, have I got a goodie for you!
My assigned blog for the Secret Recipe Club this month was Lesa’s, Edesia’s Notebook. We are both longtime SRC Group A-ers, and I was glad that Lesa’s blog was my last group A assignment! In February I am moving to Group B, so I’ll have a whole new batch of bloggers to mingle with.
Lesa is a pastor’s wife and mom to two little girls in Wisconsin. Her daughters are 6 and 4 – my Libbie is 6 and David will be 4 this month, so I felt an instant connection there. She is also a big reader, like me. I love how Lesa serves up a big variety of foods. I found her improv challenges really interesting, too.
I was at my parents’ and we had a big old dish of turkey leftovers, so I decided I wanted to find a recipe to use some of it up. This one for Spicy Turkey Cranberry Quesadillas worked out perfectly – it uses turkey and cranberry sauce! The spicy-sweetness was just right. I decided to use chile-garlic sauce instead of chiles in adobo, because I find that the adobo sauce is just way too spicy for me. I loved how the milder chile-garlic sauce worked here. You could also use just hot sauce or sriracha.