Stoltzfus Eats: Smoked Turkey Recipe Ideas

Stoltzfus Eats: Smoked Turkey Recipe Ideas

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Easy Recipe Ideas for Leftover Smoked Turkey


Our Smoked Turkeys are rich in smokey flavor. Depending on the size of your dinner, you may find yourself with leftovers. Fortunately, using those leftovers is easy! Here are a few recipe ideas for using up your leftover Smoked Turkey:


Smoked Turkey Chili


-Smoked Turkey, Shredded 3lbs

-Salsa, 1-16oz jar

-Dark Red Kidney Beans, drained and rinsed 1-15oz can

-Beer, Lager 12oz (or Water for less flavor)

-Tomato Paste 1 T

-Chili Powder 1 T

-Salt 1 T

-Cumin, ground 1 tsp

-Chipotle Chili in Adobo Sauce -1 Chili Chopped plus 2 T of Adobo Sauce

-Corn Tortilla Chips, crushed fine 6-8 oz depending on how thick you want your chili


Combine all ingredients save the tortilla chips in a heavy bottom pot and bring to a boil over medium high heat

Once boiling reduce to low and simmer. Then add crushed tortilla chips.

Simmer for 1.5 hours to develop flavor. Taste and adjust seasoning.


BBQ Smoked Turkey Sliders

-Smoked Turkey, Shredded 3lbs

-Sweet Baby Ray’s BBQ Sauce, 18 oz

-Smoked Cheddar Cheese, sliced

-Small Potato Rolls


Mix the shredded smoked turkey with the entire bottle of Sweet Baby Ray’s BBQ Sauce (adjust according to preference for turkey/sauce ratio). Heat up and place on half of a potato roll. Add a slice of Smoked Cheddar Cheese for extra flavor. Substitute our Apple Butter Bacon BBQ Sauce for a smokier flavor profile.


Smoked Turkey Fast Facts:

-All our Turkeys come from a local Mennonite turkey farmer (Sensenig Turkey Farm of Lititz, PA) where the turkeys are raised on an all-veggie diet in a hormone-free, quality-controlled setting. You can taste the difference!

-We brine our turkeys in our custom brine recipe for several days before smoking. This allows plenty of time for the brine to penetrate the turkey prior to smoking, resulting in an even smokey flavor throughout the Smoked Turkey.

-Our Smoked Turkeys contain NO artificial smoke flavoring, preservatives, or fillers. It is an all-natural product, with the smoking process acting as a natural preservative.

-Smoked Turkey makes a great substitute for Smoked Ham, if one does not eat pork for reasons related to health or religious beliefs.

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