Make The Right Move!

Responsive Advertisement

Sunday, June 19, 2022

Recipe: Turkey 'n Stuffing Bake

Cooked turkey baked with stuffing, fried onions, peas and a creamy soup mixture. Great dish for those turkey leftovers

Turkey 'n Stuffing Bake Ingredients

  • 3 cups stuffing

  • 1 (6 ounce) can French fried onions

  • 1 (10.75 ounce) can condensed cream of celery soup

  • cup milk

  • 1? cups cooked turkey, cubed

  • 1 (10 ounce) package frozen green peas, thawed

How to Make Turkey 'n Stuffing Bake

  1. Combine stuffing and 1/2 can onions. Spoon stuffing mixture into a 9 inch shallow baking dish. Press stuffing across bottom and up sides of dish to form a shell.

  2. Combine undiluted soup, milk, turkey, and peas; pour into stuffing shell.

  3. Bake, covered, at 350 degrees F (175 degrees C) for 30 minutes. Top with remaining onions. Bake, uncovered, 5 minutes longer. Serve hot.

Turkey 'n Stuffing Bake Nutritions

  • Calories: 615.3 calories

  • Carbohydrate: 52.4 g

  • Cholesterol: 44.1 mg

  • Fat: 35.4 g

  • Fiber: 4 g

  • Protein: 21.6 g

  • SaturatedFat: 9 g

  • ServingSize:

  • Sodium: 1499.6 mg

  • Sugar: 9.2 g

  • TransFat:

  • UnsaturatedFat:

Turkey 'n Stuffing Bake Reviews

  • I used this recipe to get rid of a lot of thanksgiving leftovers. I used the leftover green bean casserole instead of the peas and soup. I also used the leftover potato chip crumbs on top. My family enjoyed it, it is one to do every year.

  • I made this for dinner was a Huge hit I used 1 box stove top stuffing and shredded turkey breast, lowered the milk to 1/2 cup, topped turkey mixture with 1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese and baked at 450 for 20 minutes. Then topped with french fried onions, baking until onions were toasted. I omitted the peas, due to personal taste. This recipe is definitely a keeper Thanks for sharing.

  • My husband and college-age daughter werent excited about leftovers until I served this dish AWESOME was the response from both of them. I put mine in a 2qt. glass rectangular dish and it worked just fine. GREAT recipe Earla Taylor

  • LOVE IT The only changes that i made was, i just layered bits an pcs of turkey over the stuffing layer-till i thought i had enough meat in it(more than 1 1/2 c). And i used frozen mixes veggies instead of peas. put in some garlic pepper, salt an reg pepper....FANTASTIC AND SOOOO EASY. My husband an son fought over the last spoonful

  • I have mixed feelings about this recipe. It was faily easy to put together, and made a good use of leftovers. However, the soup mixture on top of stuffing was a little too soggy for us.

  • "I made this a couple of days after Thanksgiving,to use up leftovers. My family thought it was alittle bland, if I make it again,I will add someseasonings to the soup. And probably not use therecipe to use up leftovers but to use fresh stuffing instead."

  • This had to cook twice as long as the estimate and it still was tremendously soupy. While it tasted good, I think there is something "off" in the recipe.

  • This was ok. Nothing that spectacular. My husband loved it and would give it 5 stars if he were at the computer right now. Creative way to use leftover, but not on my list of favorite recipes. I will not be making this one again. Thanks for sharing though.

  • Delightful way to use those holiday leftovers. Hubby was very pleased. I didnt quite have the amount of stuffing but close. I used cream of mushroom instead of cream of celery. And broccoli instead of peas. I didnt have any fried onions so added chopped fresh onion and topped with cheddar cheese. Very easy recipe to use whatever you have on hand I will make this again

  • Very good...but next time I might substitute mushroom soup for celery or make my own sauce. The ultimate would be leftover gravy but I seldom have that much (if any) leftover gravy. This dish is a great alternative to reheating stuffing, turkey, and vegetables separately; less messy and time-consuming; fewer dishes to wash; no leftover flavor. I didnt add peas because I was also making a broccoli casserole. Im sure Ill be making this again next year, if not sooner. Thanks

  • Very yummy recipe I needed to use Cream of Mushroom because I didnt have C. of Celery but I dont think that made much of a difference. We had 2 dinner guests tonight and the 6 of us polished it off very quickly. My kids (5&7) also LOVED it and asked for more.

  • Made a turkey breast on Labor Day. Had leftovers. Made stovetop, but first I sauteed some onions and a diced apple in butter. Added a tsp of sugar and some cinnamon. When they were soft, I let them cool and then added them to the stovetop after the 5 min. wait. Used that to make my stuffing "nest" in an 8x8 pan. Followed the rest of the recipe, but did not add peas. Put the onions on the top when there was about 8 minutes left. Good use for leftovers

  • I substituted frozen broccoli for the peas, but I did not chop it up. Next time I will chop the broccoli first. I also may try cream of mushroom soup, but this recipe is great as is.

  • I loved this but did a couple things different. I used low sodium condensed soup. And a combination of cream of mushroom and cream of chicken soup. I then added 12 ounce of french fried onions cause I love them. Next time I will use more stuffing too.

  • Delicious. I substituted frozen chopped broccoli for the peas and topped with cheese slices before adding onion rings. Everyone loved it and it was perfect for using up the leftovers in my fridge.

  • The sauce was too watery, just tasted like a frozen dinner, nothing special.

  • Mine turned out really salty but it still had a great taste.

  • This was much better than I expected it to be. I didnt have 3 cups of dressing left, so I only put it on the bottom. I was out of milk so I used a mix of heavy cream and chicken broth. I baked this nearly an hour though for it to start to bubble. My husband was delighted with this dish and said it was just like turkey pot pie, which he loves. Yay A win Thank you.

  • Loved it This was so easy to make, I put it in the freezer & served it a week after Thanksgiving...wished I had made more

  • Something different and tasty. Ingredients youll most likely have on hand after the holidays

  • Very good. Will make again. I browned boneless turkey breast in a pan with a little chicken broth, olive oil and mesquite chicken seasoning. This would also be good using chicken instead of turkey. Maybe even put some cheese on top under the french fried onions.

  • One of my favorites Ill be making this alot. Next time, Im going to try it with chicken and chicken flavored stuffing.

  • Great leftover use, so great I have made this with non leftovers. I have used chicken, cream of mushroom soup and carrots. Went over so well my family has asked for this one without leftovers around.

  • This was good. I used cream of mushroom instead of cream of celery and everything else pretty much stayed the same. It was a great way to use up leftover turkey.

  • This was a nice way to use up turkey and dressing leftovers. I used cream of chicken soup with a little turkey broth added about a 1/4 cup, and just used a can of drained canned peas. Also just mixed it all together and baked. My family enjoyed it.

  • This is terrific Even my "noncasserole" eaters loved it Great way to "recycle" the Thanksgiving leftovers.

  • This was a good recipie I will probaby make this again at a holiday occasion.

  • Great recipe I used leftover stuffing & instead of milk, I mixed chicken broth with the soup. It was very tasty. The onions on top make this casserole outstanding Thanks for the recipe

  • Great way to turn leftovers into something different

  • These were just okay for us. We just didnt care for the taste. I might make again.

  • I loved this Broccoli, no peas...Turkey doesnt always need peas. Thank you

  • In this recipe, I substitue the stuffing with egg noodles. If you dont have leftover bird handy, Jennie-O makes a turkey loaf available in all white or white/dark variety (freezer section).

  • Great recipe my family loved it although I substituted the peas for the leftover grean bean casserole and it was great.

  • I made this recipe last night. The flavor was good. I didnt have cream of celery soup so I used cream of mushroom. I increased the amount of turkey. I found there wasnt enough stuffinto balance the soup mixture. I would suggest adding pepper and corn as well. It didnt use enough leftovers but is worth it anyway. My husband had 3 servings and hes the king of picky Thanks

  • Very good. I used cream of mushroom instead of cream of celery soup. Definitely plan to make this again.

  • This was very good AND very easy to make. I will say,that the end result will vary greatly from person to person because it will depend on your stuffing. Mine had apples and italian sausage so it would taste much different than basic stuffing. I would recommend looking for a low sodium soup because the fried onions add alot of saltiness.

  • I really liked this recipe. It will definitely be added to my recipe box

  • I made this twice, first time it was soupy (used skim milk), the second time I used almond milk and baked at 400 for 25 minutes, much better I like the stuffing crust to be more crispy so this was perfect The first time I used saltines since I didnt have the fried onions. Either way it was a hit in my house and such a nice way to use up extra turkey and stuffing without feeling like you are eating leftovers ( I also substituted for cream of mushroom soup)

  • This was really yummy. I made a few small variations. I used low fat/low sodium soup since my leftover stuffing was a little salty. Instead of peas, I used my leftover Herbed Corn that was a really good recipe from this site. As a final alternation, I added some cheddar cheese on the top, with the fried onions, for the last 5 minutes. We will definitely be making this again

  • My husband and I really enjoyed this unique casserole. A little bit like chicken ala king over stuffing. Didnt have the fried onions, so I added chopped celery to the chicken mixture, some mushrooms cuz we love them, and after 30 minutes, I sprinkled shredded cheese on top and melted for 5 more minutes. We had 3 guests bring stuffing to our Thanksgiving dinner so we had so much left. Also used chopped chicken breast because we were out of leftover turkey.

  • Very yummy and easy. Instead of peas, I put in leftover broccoli and brussels sprouts. Not too soupy as I think I had more veggies than originally called for. I totally agree that this is a wonderful way to use up leftovers. Thanks

  • Loved this recipe Its a Thanksgiving casserole, yum

  • This is a great recipe that allows for lots of flexibility to add/modify with whatever you have left over after the holidays. I cant wait to make it again

  • I followed the recipe exactly. Absolutely delicious Thank you

  • I doubled the recipe and used a 9x13x2 pan, baked 45 min plus 5 with the onion topping. I used a 16 oz bag of peas (rather than 20 ounces) and this was plenty. I also used 98% fat free condensed soup and skim milk. My whole family liked this. It reheated well for leftovers, except that the onions and stuffing became moist and less crisp. I will make this again, thanks

  • This is fantastic.

  • Very good and easy. I put 1/4 lb of feta cheese in it.

  • Made this using our leftover Thanksgiving stuffing, turkey and green bean casserole. Followed the recipe ingredients and amounts except for swapping out left over green bean casserole for the peas. The thing I did do differently however was I just mixed everything together, the stuffing, turkey, leftover green bean casserole, cream of celery soup, and milk and put it into a 9 x 13 glass dish. Covered it and baked it for the 30 minutes. I then added the French fried onions baking for additional five minutes and served . Hubby and I both really enjoyed it and he specifically said this ones a keeper make sure you dont lose the recipe .

  • Everyone liked it but I used the hint from love2cooks review. I did use the peas. It was very good. Thank you

  • Thanks for the recipe. I made it exactly as given and it came out really good. Everyone loved it

  • Good for a quick and easy dinner, especially if you bhave Thanksgiving leftovers.

  • Love this easy Thanksgiving leftovers casserole and have been making my version for forty years. I mix leftover turkey with leftover stuffing with leftover gravy, leaving out the veggies, and serve it with a fresh tossed salad instead. If you never have enough gravy, you should plan ahead and make a quart or so of rich turkey stock by roasting fresh turkey pieces in the oven and then boiling in chicken broth. You can even thicken this in advance. Mix it with the gravy you make from your big turkey, and you have lots for hot turkey sandwiches and this casserole.

  • Love this easy Thanksgiving leftovers casserole and have been making my version for forty years. I mix leftover turkey with leftover stuffing with leftover gravy, leaving out the veggies, and serve it with a fresh tossed salad instead. If you never have enough gravy, you should plan ahead and make a quart or so of rich turkey stock by roasting fresh turkey pieces in the oven and then boiling in chicken broth. You can even thicken this in advance. Mix it with the gravy you make from your big turkey, and you have lots for hot turkey sandwiches and this casserole.

  • This recipe was very easy and turned out perfectly delicious. Will make it again

  • Great casserole for leftovers. I used my homemade sausage stuffing on the bottom. The only changes I made was I added some pepper jack cheese to the mixture. I didnt have the onions so I added fresh grated Parmesan cheese on top. It is so good much better than I thought it would be.

  • Very good My husband loved it

  • My husband, who is NOT a turkey OR stuffing lover, actually went back for seconds on this dish... definitely a winner (I substituted mozzarella and pepper jack cheese for the French fried onions to cut down on the saltiness and to add flavor.)

  • Used the basic recipie but make own sauce (with butter, flour , sourcream, and chicken broth).

  • These were just okay for us. We just didnt care for the taste. I might make again.

  • Good option for leftovers. After reading other reviews, I made a few changes. I used 2 cups of turkey and only 1/2 cup of milk to make it less soupy. I also used an 8x8 dish and it worked just fine. Flavor was good, but a bit on the bland side. Husband liked it a lot, so Ill make again. It was very easy and quick to put together.

  • This was very good My husband and son loved it so much they re-heated it the next day for lunch. I used chicken in place of the turkey and seved with cranberrie sause it was great Will be makeing it again

  • Very good I used cream of chicken soup b/c thats what I had on hand. I probably needed to cook it a little longer--it was a little soup-ier than I thought it would be, but my hubby needed to leave so I had to take it out so he had time to eat. But the flavor was very good & it was a change from just eating the Thanksgiving leftovers separately--the flavors blended very well. Loved the french-fried onions for extra flavor & crunch

  • Really good To boost the flavor a bit I added 1T Worchestershire and 1 t dried tarragon. Didnt have frozen peas but frozen mixed veggies worked great and added color. Put sauteed onions and celery into the stuffing.

  • First, I apologize to those who get annoyed when a review is not a review of the recipe exactly as written. I used this recipe as a jumping off point to make a casserole out of ALL of my leftovers from Christmas, and it was delish I added the FF onions to my stuffing (boxed turkey flavor) and pressed the mixture into a greased 8X8 pan, then mixed leftover "grandmas green bean casserole" (from this site) and chucked up leftover turkey into about 1 c. of leftover gravy (which I warmed in the microwave to loosen it up), then poured that in the pan. I split three large buttermilk biscuits into thirds (by layers) and laid them on the top to make it like a pot pie. I warmed the whole thing in the microwave at half power for about five minutes to warm it through, then baked per biscuit directions in the oven (If Id baked it for 30 minutes, the biscuits would have been done way before the casserole would have been heated through). It came out like a pot pie, so delish that delish doesnt suffice The perfect comfort food. Thanks.

  • Pretty good. Had leftover turkey, dressing and gravy. Used cream of mushroom soup since its what I had on hand, and replaced milk with leftover turkey gravy.

  • This definitely needs help. Some herbs to make it stand out. The nice thing about the recipe is that is one that can be modified to your taste: add celery, use different veggies, but do include more herbs. Just rather flat without them.

  • I have made several stuffing and turkey casseroles to use up leftovers, but this is my favorite

  • What a great way to use leftovers It was simple to make and great for whipping up after a long work day. My family loved it.

  • This was pretty good; I used cream of chicken soup instead and it needed some extra seasoning so I added my own

  • Made this almost as written but hade to make a few modifications for my picky husband. I used cream of chicken soup, low sodium chicken broth and frozen broccoli florets. I only used the french fried onions on top as my dressing already had onions and celery in it. I baked at 350 for 40 minutes and then added the extra onions and baked for an additional 10 in a square 9 X 9 pan. Easily serves four adults.

  • We made this last night and the entire family loved it. I forgot to save the fried onions for the top so we tossed on some cheese, lovely

  • It sounded like it would be good, but I guess it was just really missing something; it was very creamy. We didnt like it; and would have rather made sandwiches from the left over turkey. Definitely will not be making this one again.

  • My family loves this I did tweak the recipe a little though. I only use 1/2 cup of milk instead of 3/4, I use almost twice the turkey, and I top it with shredded Colby Jack cheese during the first cook. It is thick, flavorful, and filling If the recipe included the cheese is give it 5 stars

  • Family hit I followed the full recipe but did add chees to it after reading love2cook review Cheese makes it great

  • Easy and delicious

  • Very quick and easy...I used Stove Top stuffing and doctored it up (celery, onion and turkey broth vs. plain water). The family devoured this and it took no time at all to prepare.

Source: Turkey 'n Stuffing Bake

No comments:

Post a Comment


Truth hurts! Nothing is perfect, life is messy. Relationship are complex. Outcomes are uncertain, people are irrational.


Contact Form


Email *

Message *