These Gluten Free Cranberry Turkey Enchiladas make the perfect day-after-Thanksgiving meal. Roasted turkey, creamy gravy, and fresh cranberry sauce rolled in warm corn tortillas and topped with gooey melted Monterrey Jack cheese.
If you are anything like me, half of the reason I love Thanksgiving is because of all of the leftovers. So many good leftovers! My favorite stuffing, fresh cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, and turkey.
One of my favorite Thanksgiving leftover dishes are these Gluten Free Cranberry Turkey Enchiladas. They were one of those happy accident meals that my mom made by mixing together all of the leftovers on Black Friday. Now we look forward to it every year!
It is super simple, you really just moisten your leftover shredded turkey with some leftover gravy (and a little green chile, I am a New Mexico girl after all!), roll the mixture up in gluten free corn tortillas spread with just a little bit of homemade cranberry sauce.Then top your casserole with some more leftover gravy and a generous sprinkling of Monterrey Jack or your other favorite cheese.
I’m a part of the Jennie-O Switch Circle blogging group, so they occasionally send me products to try. Like this turkey. (DISCLAIMER: I received free product from Jennie-O to try out.You are hearing about it because I thought it was awesome and I wanted to share these enchiladas anyways.) The no-thaw, oven ready turkey they sent me is a serious game changer for Turkey Day!
I started making the turkey for my family when I was a teenager. I would always wake up super early to get the turkey in the oven, and it was also a huge nuisance to thaw it. How many times have you gone to put your Thanksgiving bird in the roasting pan only to discover it was still frozen?
The concept of a no-thaw turkey is a little genius. All you do is take the frozen bird, cut several slits in it’s baking bag, and roast it for about hours. I was a little sckeptical at first, but really impressed with the finished product. The drawback is that the skin doesn’t get crisp or brown, but the turkey itself is really moist.
It also came with a gravy pack that didn’t have any gluten! I’d never used a gravy pack before, but it was one less thing that I had to worry about. I had all of my family over for an early feast and my kind brother-in-law made the gravy for me. Since I was trying to do 10 other things too.
Basically a fool-proof turkey. I figure there are enough things to do on Thanksgiving Day, I liked not having to stress about turkey prep.
If you need more recipes for the holidays be sure to check out Yummly! It is a recipe website that allows you to search by ingredients and diet needs. I love browsing Yummly and all of the recipes from Flippin’ Delicious are on there too! This is a leftovers recipe, so all measurements really are approximate. Just use the amounts that you have or customize it to you liking. All nutrition info is a guestimate and will vary depending on the ingredients you use.
Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 592Total Fat 21gSaturated Fat 8gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 11gCholesterol 173mgSodium 741mgCarbohydrates 52gFiber 4gSugar 20gProtein 47g
This is a leftovers recipe, so all measurements really are approximate. Just use the amounts that you have or customize it to you liking.
All nutrition info is a guestimate and will vary depending on the ingredients you use.
Linked up at Gluten Free Recipe Fix Thanksgiving Edition,