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Thanksgiving Burrito

Leftover turkey
Cranberry sauce
Mashed potatoes

Tear off several small pieces of leftover turkey. In a frying pan, toss the turkey together with a few spoonfuls each of mashed potatoes, stuffing, and gravy, and warm them up. Layer the mixture onto a whole wheat tortilla, top with cranberry sauce, and roll it up into a burrito.

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1 James Davis { 11.23.11 at 9:13 am }

Great burritos and I throw in some tabasco peppers finely chopped (no seed) Seeds will make ya open your mouth and become very conversational speaker of the house! hahaha

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