We've really enjoyed the Rosemary Orange Roasted Turkey I made earlier this week. We ate it the traditional way. I had it as Thanksgiving in a sandwich (toasted buttered bread, spread with cranberry sauce, layered with stuffing and turkey). Today I was looking for a different way to serve the last of it up.
Stuffing waffles. I've seen them on Pinterest as a way to use up
leftover stuffing. My family likes Stove Top, turkey flavor. I use
chicken stock instead of the water and 3/4 of a stick of butter.
For the waffles, I prepared the stuffing, let it stand the 5
minutes. I preheated my Presto Flipside belgian waffle iron. I
fluffed the stuffing with a fork and added a beaten egg. I sprayed
the waffle iron with non stick cooking spray, and then added half of the
stuffing. It cooked crispy in approximately 8 mins. Repeat with the
Top with sliced turkey, cranberry sauce and gravy (if desired).