Poutine-Style Turkey, Gravy and Potatoes - A Family Feast

This Poutine-Style Turkey, Gravy and Potatoes recipe is sponsored by Simply Potatoes®. All opinions are 100% mine.

Also, be sure to enter our giveaway for a Le Creuset Baking Dish (retail value $50). See below for details!

After your family’s Thanksgiving feast – do you often find yourself with a house full of guests visiting for the rest of the weekend? We certainly do – and that’s a good thing of course!

But in between the relaxing and visiting with family and friends – you still have to feed all of those guests! So for us, quick and easy meals made with leftovers from Thanksgiving dinner are just the thing to serve – and that’s when our recipe for Poutine-Style Turkey, Gravy and Potatoes comes in handy.

Poutine-Style Turkey, Gravy and Potatoes - An easy and delicious Thanksgiving twist on a classic Canadian dish!

To make this delicious meal, leftover roasted turkey and gravy are spooned over crispy, sautéed diced potatoes, then topped with fresh cheese curds that melt from the heat of the hot gravy – very similar to the popular Canadian dish called poutine.

Our Poutine-Style Turkey, Gravy and Potatoes couldn’t be any easier to make thanks to Simply Potatoes.

Poutine-Style Turkey, Gravy and Potatoes - A Family Feast

We used Simply Potatoes Diced Potatoes with Onions in our recipe today. Simply Potatoes comes in several versatile varieties of cuts including diced, slices and wedges, plus hash browns and mashed potatoes as well. All Simply Potatoes are fresh, never frozen potatoes made with real ingredients. No peeling, shredding, or cutting is required – just open the package and cook in your favorite recipe.

Poutine-Style Turkey, Gravy and Potatoes - An easy and delicious Thanksgiving twist on a classic Canadian dish!

You’ll find Simply Potatoes in the refrigerated section at your local supermarket, and it’s easy to keep some on hand. They taste just as delicious as potatoes you peel and cut yourself – but without all of the work. (There’s nothing wrong with taking a shortcut every now and then!)

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To enter, leave a comment below by 11:59 pm on December 11, 2016 and tell me, “What is your favorite Thanksgiving leftovers meal?

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Poutine-Style Turkey, Gravy and Potatoes - An easy and delicious Thanksgiving twist on a classic Canadian dish!

And, here’s that delicious Poutine-Style Turkey, Gravy and Potatoes recipe:

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Poutine-Style Turkey, Gravy and Potatoes - A Family Feast

Poutine-Style Turkey, Gravy and Potatoes

  • Prep Time: 10 mins
  • Cook Time: 15 mins
  • Total Time: 25 minutes
  • Yield: 4 servings 1x

Description

Note: This recipe calls for Simply Potatoes Diced with Onion, however you could alternatively purchase Simply Potates Diced (without onion) and add a quarter cup of finely chopped onions to fry up along with the potatoes.


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Ingredients

  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 20-ounce bag Simply Potatoes Diced Potatoes with Onions
  • 1 quart leftover turkey gravy
  • 1 pound leftover turkey (white or dark or both)
  • 4 ounces cheese curds

Instructions

  1. In a large non-stick sauté pan, melt butter in oil over medium high heat.
  2. Once butter has melted, add potatoes and cover the pan.
  3. Reduce to medium to medium high and sauté Simply Potatoes Diced Potatoes with Onions until tender, about 12-15 minutes. Stir every 3-4 minutes.
  4. Remove lid and turn heat to high and cook until the potatoes are crisp and golden brown. Remove from heat.
  5. While potatoes are cooking, heat gravy and shred turkey into gravy. Heat the mixture to serving temperature.
  6. To serve, divide potatoes between four servings, top with turkey and gravy and sprinkle the cheese curds over the top and serve.

 

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Simply Potatoes®. The opinions and text are all mine.

Poutine-Style Turkey, Gravy and Potatoes - An easy and delicious Thanksgiving twist on a classic Canadian dish!

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  • Keri justice wrote:

    My favorite leftover meal is to make an omelette and put anything and everything in it! Yum!!

  • LenaB wrote:

    My favorite Thanksgiving leftovers meal is toasted dinner rolls, “buttered” with gravy, add a few pieces of sliced turkey, S&P for a few little sandwices; stuffing “waffled” and coated with warm gravy; hot mashed potatoes w/some grated cheese (& yes, more gravy!), some warmed up green bean casserole; and to sweeten the whole deal, a dessert of vanilla ice cream topped with homemade cranberry sauce. Yumm!

  • Jillian Too wrote:

    I love open-faced turkey sandwiches because they are easy and delicious.

  • Calvin Combs wrote:

    My favorite is the turkey sandwich, so much so that I deep fry 3 birds for myself to eat turkey for most of the year. Just bread, mustard,mayo,salt,pepper, sometimes with stuffing on it too.

  • Bonnie Witmyer wrote:

    Our favorite leftover is being able to warm up the delicious holiday dishes the day after… no work, just pure enjoyment of the love behind preparing the meal and being thankful to be with friends and family during the holidays!

  • Annette wrote:

    Turkey Pot Pie is my favorite Thanksgiving leftovers meal.

  • Elena wrote:

    My favorite Thanksgiving leftover meal is BBQ turkey sliders

  • Cindi wrote:

    My favorite Thanksgiving leftover is a turkey sandwich on white sandwich bread with a lot of mayonnaise.

  • Kerri wrote:

    Turkey & gravy over browned rice!!

  • Brenda Haines wrote:

    The day after Thanksgiving I am ready for my annual turkey cranberry and stuffing sandwich. Bring on the food!!!

  • Michelle wrote:

    Turkey stuffing cranberry and gravy panini

  • Jeanne Lawson wrote:

    My favorite turkey leftover recipe is soup with lots of vegetables and bow tie pasta. But this Poutine looks very good so I think I will make sure I save some leftover turkey and try it.

  • AnnAnn S. wrote:

    My favorite leftover meal after Thanksgiving is a turkey sandwich on white bread with mayo, salt, and pepper.

  • Jean V. wrote:

    My favorite leftover meal is Gobbler Sandwiches, using turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and good bread. Thanks for all your wonderful recipes!

  • Mary L Rusek wrote:

    My favorite post-Thanksgiving meal is Turkey Divan.

  • Linda R wrote:

    My favorite leftover recipe is Turkey Noodle Soup

  • sharon wrote:

    My favorite thanksgiving leftover is turkey alfredo with linguine.

  • Deb wrote:

    My favorite Thanksgiving leftover is turkey manhatten. I absolutely love them! I will have to try your recipe because it looks so yummy! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  • Melinda Moores wrote:

    My favorite leftover Thanksgiving meal is hot open faced sandwiches. I just can not get enough of them and jellied cranberry sauce is a must! I know it may sound simple but it brings back memories of Mom and Dad.

  • Mechele Rose wrote:

    Turkey Manhattan is our favorite leftover meal.

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