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Turkey Macaroni Bake

Turkey Macaroni Bake

"'A co-worker gave me this recipe when we were discussing quick-and-easy ways to use leftover turkey,' recalls Cherry Williams of St. Albert, Alberta. 'The mild cheesy casserole is a hit with my family. And it doesn't get much easier than this...you don't even have to cook the macaroni first!'"
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1 h 20 m servings
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  1. In a large bowl, combine the turkey, macaroni, 1-1/2 cups cheese, soup, milk, mushrooms and pepper. Pour into a greased 2-qt, baking dish. Cover and bake at 350 degrees F for 60-65 minutes or until macaroni is tender. Uncover; sprinkle with remaining cheese. Bake 5-10 minutes longer or until cheese is melted.

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I have made this many times--all of us, including 2 children, love it. I add a bag of frozen veggies (usually corn or peas) to this so that we have a meal in one!

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If I were to make this again I would definitely cook the macaroni atleast halfway through before putting it in the oven. All the macaroni did not cook all the way through and was hard. Other t...

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I have made this many times--all of us, including 2 children, love it. I add a bag of frozen veggies (usually corn or peas) to this so that we have a meal in one!

If I were to make this again I would definitely cook the macaroni atleast halfway through before putting it in the oven. All the macaroni did not cook all the way through and was hard. Other t...

This was fantastic! I used two boxes of mac-n-cheese, boiled the noodles until done, added cream of chicken soup, 1-2 cups of milk, salt, pepper, one of the mac-n-cheese cheese packets, leftove...

We loved this! I added frozen sweet corn as another suggested. I think next time I'll cook the macaroni first to cut back on the baking time and add some minced onion.

I sauted the turkey in a little olive oil and mediterrean herb sea salt prior to adding to other ingreidients. I think this helped add flavor to the dish. My family enjoyed this. I enjoyed th...

This recipe was an excellent starting point for my leftover turkey. I changed this slightly by cooking the macaroni fist and by adding chopped green peppers and onion instead of the canned mush...

Yes, it's bland, but that just means you can add your own touch. I used cream of celery soup, a cup of half and half, and left out the mushrooms, since I'm the only person in our family who lik...

This was super delicious. I used the leftovers from the Slow Cooker Turkey break recipe also available on this site. I did not have cheddar on hand and used a shredded Mexican cheese blend inste...

A very quick and easy recipe. We enjoyed it very much and we will eat it again.

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