Baked egg rolls stuffed with leftover Thanksgiving turkey, cranberry sauce and a slice of brie cheese! Dip them in sweet and tangy cranberry mustard sauce for a fun appetizer or easy dinner!
You didn’t think I was going to let Thanksgiving slip by without sharing a new recipe for what to do with all of leftovers did you? As much as I love Thanksgiving dinner, I think I might love the leftovers even more which is why I made these Turkey, Cranberry and Brie Egg Rolls.
Last week I was looking at all of the Thanksgiving leftover recipes floating around and realized that I hadn’t come up with a new one this year. I started thinking about the leftovers I always seem to have at my house and that’s turkey and cranberry sauce. Usually they both end up on a sandwich of some sort, but since I’ve been having fun making baked egg rolls lately I thought it would be fun to stuff some leftovers in the egg roll and make a dipping sauce to go with them.
Conveniently there will be plenty of football games to watch over the weekend and of course hand held foods that you can dip into something are always the best! These easy to make egg rolls have a minimal amount of ingredients, most of which you will probably already have after the big T-day feast.
Leftover turkey shredded and seasoned with a little salt, pepper and poultry seasoning, cranberry sauce and brie cheese are all wrapped up inside. While you bake your egg rolls off in the oven use the time to make the cranberry mustard dipping sauce. Add some leftover cranberry sauce, dijon mustard and honey to a blender and blend until smooth. The sauce is a delightful combination of sweet, tart and tangy flavors that go together perfectly with the egg rolls. Don’t be boring with your Thanksgiving leftovers this year, instead turn them into tasty little egg rolls!