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Chef Jim Davis will show you how to use those Thanksgiving leftovers and create delicious burritos.
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Hi! I’m Jim Davis, one of the chef instructors at Bryan's kitchen. Today we’re going to be showing you leftovers from the Thanksgiving table and how to use them most effectively. Right now we’re going to show you how to make a wonderful Burrito with all of those Thanksgiving Leftovers. First, we’re going to take a large flour tortilla and we’re going to use ham in our Burrito today. You could use turkey. You can use a combination of turkey and ham. You can use any of the leftover meats that you have. We’re also going to add a little bit of Swiss cheese to our Burrito. I have got a couple of pieces of sliced Swiss cheese that I will add. And then a little bit of stuffing. We’ll add some stuffing to our Burrito and a few green beans and what would Thanksgiving be without a little bit of cranberry sauce.
We’ll add some cranberry sauce to it, just a little bit, just to flavor it up or something. We’re going to roll this, we’re going to bring it back, bring the top over and bring it back so that we pull it up nice and tight. But don’t overfill your Burrito. If you overfill it, it will make a mess. Then we’ll going to fold it over and roll it up nice and tight, just like that. And put the same side down in our bowl with our other Burritos that we’ve already made up. Now we’re going to use that leftover Thanksgiving turkey gravy. I’m going to put just little bit on top of each one of the Burritos. Just so we get them all covered nice and once we get that on, now we’re going to sprinkle it with just a little bit of cheese on top of that. Again you can use any kind of cheese that you like. This is a combination of shredded Parmesan and Gruyere and Asiago but you can use shredded Cheddar or Monterey Jack or even if you like it Spicy Jack would be great on these Burritos. And that’s all there is to it, now into the oven and these would just bake until they’re hot through. Now we’re going take these wonderful Burritos, put them in the oven at 375 degrees for 40 minutes.
Here are our Burritos made with Thanksgiving Leftovers. This is a wonderful meal that we can have anytime after Thanksgiving.
And coming up next, Shepherd's Pie from Thanksgiving Leftovers.