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Leftover Thanksgiving Spicy ButterTurkey

We are so blessed and thankful for this challenging year during this pandemic. Unfortunately, some of my family members got infected and experienced Covid 19. I'm grateful they can overcome the ailment, and the Thanksgiving celebration is one way to appreciate what we have and celebrate with friends and family.

Finally, after the overdose of Turkey and bloated tummy, Thanksgiving has passed and left us with so much leftover Turkey. Usually, after the big meal on Thanksgiving dinner the next day, no one wants to touch cold leftover Turkey until I cook it again with a different recipe.

This recipe for leftover Turkey; is easy to make and delicious with a bit of heat and Tumeric.


  • 1 pound of leftover turkey

  • 4 spoons of salted butter

  • 1 spoon of Tumeric

  • 1 spoon of canola oil

  • 2 Jalapenos sliced or 6 Thai chili

  • 6 cloves of garlic minced

  • Black pepper

  • Salt to taste

  • 1 teaspoon of mushroom seasoning or sugar

  • 1 teaspoon of lemon (optional)


  1. Place the oil and butter in a large pan over medium-high heat.

  2. Add garlic until a bit golden color, and add the jalapeno

  3. cook for 2-5 minutes. Add black pepper, salt, turmeric, and the rest of the seasoning, then serve.

Thank you so much for stopping by; happy weekend, everyone!

Much Love,



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