I diced up some leftover turkey and pan-fried it in some turkey shmaltz until browned. Then I added some white rice and more shmaltz, plus a touch of sesame oil and fried it all up. Added a couple of spoonfuls of gravy and mixed it in to heat through, then plated it up.
In another pan I made a quick omelette, rolled it out on top of the rice, and laid some ketchup and a little bit of sriracha chili sauce on top the egg.
It was wonderful.
Decided to do something a little different than the regular microwaved Thanksgiving leftovers for lunch.
I heated up some turkey shmaltz in a pan and added about 1-1/2 cups of stuffing (sausage, bacon and chestnut with homemade croutons) and fried that up for a few minutes until heated through. Laid that down on the plate.
I diced some turkey and fried that up in more shmaltz until the turkey had some nice browning on the edges. Laid that on top of the stuffing.
Finally, I spooned some reheated giblet gravy on top of the whole pile.
Came out pretty good. For the second helping, I added a beaten egg to the stuffing to see if it would hold together better (I had in mind a kind of “French toast” concept). Ehh. Don’t think I needed to do that.