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Leftover Turkey Chipotle Potato Hash Tacos

Lightened-up, spiced-up, and zippy turkey tacos for your day after thanksgiving leftover turkey feasting!

This year, forget turkey sandwich and start the tradition of leftover turkey tacos! With spice of chipotle, fresh toppings, pickle onion, dollop of sour cream and splash of lime juice..... these tacos are perfect after-holiday meal!

Oh, and you know the best part? Turkey chipotle Potato Hash tacos come together in just 20 minutes, start to finish! With cooked roasted leftover turkey already in refrigerator, all you have to do is : boil some potatoes and prepare toppings! In-fact, if you have leftover potatoes from holiday feast, you can even use those instead of boiling a fresh batch.

I'm sure agree, even though Turkey feast is meant to be devoured, holiday feasts can get overwhelming heavy. So, I prefer to lighten-up and spice-up the leftovers with fresh toppings and zesty flavors to balance the richness.

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A little heat of chipotle goes a long way. I paired the chipotle with some tomatoes paste for delicious flavor contrast. And don't forget to add fresh toppings like cucumber, quick marinated red onions, and sour cream. These just make tacos sing in every bite!

Turkey is one of my favorite holiday leftover that I use a lot in my recipes. No, no, I don't roast a whole turkey. But, I happen to cook for turkey and thanksgiving food lover :) In-fact, at-least 2 weeks before thanksgiving, my refrigerator have some cooked and sliced turkey. Then? Then what? It goes in everything, from soup, sandwiches, to pasta and pot-pies! Out of all those leftover feasts, after salad, tacos are my favorite to serve leftovers in a light and zesty meal!

Really, you can serve these tacos for breakfast or for dinner. 

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Notes:

When freezing leftover turkey for later use. Take sometime and slice the turkey into cubes and portion it in individual/family-size seal-able plastic bags. For taco night, of taco breakfast, just takeout a portion and let it thaw while you boil potatoes and prepare fresh toppings. Serve it family-style or pre-assembled and enjoy with glass of your favorite drink!

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Wish you all Happy Thanksgiving!! -Savita

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Leftover Turkey Chipotle Potato Hash Tacos

Leftover Turkey Chipotle Potato Hash Tacos
Total Time Prep Time Cook Time Difficulty Easy Yields 4 Servings Serves 4

Ingredients

    Turkey-Potato Hash
  • 1 Cup Turkey  (3 or 4 Turkey Breast slices, small diced)
  • 2 Potatoes  (medium yukon gold potatoes, boiled, or use leftover mashed potatoes)
  • 2 tbsp Chipotle in Adobo  (1 pepper and 1 tbsp sauce)
  • 1 tbsp Unsalted Butter  
  • 1 tbsp Tomato Paste  
  • Salt  (as per taste)
  • Tacos
  • 3-4 tbsp Cilantro  
  • Lime  (wedges, for dressing red onions and also for serving)
  • 2-4 Tortillas  
  • Red Onion  (sliced thin moons, and coated in juice of half lime)
  • Sour Cream  (for serving)
  • 1/2 Cucumber  (peeled, and small diced)

Directions

  • 1. Dice boiled potato and turkey into small cubes and set aside. Slice red onion into thin half moons, squeeze juice of half lime and set aside.
  • 2. In an iron skillet or heavy bottom pan, melt butter. Add potatoes, tomato paste, and minced chipotle with 1/2 teaspoon salt. Saute for 1 minute and then spread in one layer, reduce heat to medium and let the potato hash caramelize and get crispy.
  • 3. After 3 minutes, flip the potatoes, add diced turkey and continue cooking for 2-3 more minutes until hash is desired crispy and turkey is warmed through. Taste and adjust salt and remove from heat
  • 4. Warm the tortillas if you prefer. Top each tortilla with few tablespoons of turkey hash. Top with red onions, diced cucumber, cilantro, and some sour cream. Serve with more lime wedges on the side and enojy!

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  1. What a great recipe to use that leftover turkey! I love tacos and the flavors in these sound wonderful! Can't wait to try :)
    Keri, thanks! Isn't a great way to use leftover turkey? I hope you like these tacos if you get chance to try. Have a great day and Happy Holidays :)