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Turkey Florentine

Turkey Florentine

"'This creamy dish is one of my family's favorite ways to use up leftover turkey and gravy,' adds Emily. 'With the spinach and noodles, it's a hearty meal-in-one.'"
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35 m servings
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  1. Cook spinach according to package directions; drain. Stir in butter. Place noodles in a greased 11-in. x 7-in. x 2-in. baking dish; top with spinach. Combine turkey, gravy, onion dip and onion salt; spoon over spinach. Sprinkle with Parmesan. Bake, uncovered, at 325 degrees F for 25 minutes or until bubbly.

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Most helpful positive review

I ommitted the gravy and sour cream and onion dip and used homemade alfredo sauce instead. It was delicious and a great way to use leftover turkey!

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Tasted great even with several modifications: Instead of the packaged onion dip I mixed fat-free sour cream and a dry packet of onion dip mix, omitted the onion salt because the dip already has...

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Tasted great even with several modifications: Instead of the packaged onion dip I mixed fat-free sour cream and a dry packet of onion dip mix, omitted the onion salt because the dip already has...

I ommitted the gravy and sour cream and onion dip and used homemade alfredo sauce instead. It was delicious and a great way to use leftover turkey!

My family's favorite way to eat up Thanksgiving turkey! I add a little garlic (only because I add a little garlic to everything).

Very good! Instead of frozen spinach, I sauteed fresh spinach in a TB of olive oil and 1 clove of crushed garlic. I also omitted the onion salt since there is plenty of onion and salt in the on...

My daughter-in-law said this was to be a, "go to" recipe! I did saute an onion and some celery to add to the casserole. I topped it with 2 T. melted better and 1/4 cup of seasoned bread crumbs...

I though this was pretty good. Tasty and easy.

My family absolutely LOVED this recipe! (I'm not a meat eater, so I didn't personally try it.) I was told that on a scale of 1 to 10, this one gets a 10 1/2. As another reviewer suggested, I ...

A great dish. Really tasty. However, it is high in cholesterol (because of the egg noodles.) I don't usually like pastas with white sauces, but this was very light tasting.

I think this recipe is excellent just the way it is. I made it with our Thanksgiving Turkey left overs and I am making it today with my Christmas Turkey left overs and plan to make it with chick...

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