Turkey Gravy over Toast
Got any turkey and gravy leftovers? If so, make some Turkey and Gravy on toast without letting them go to waste (your trash can). In my opinion, turkey sandwiches are the best to make with leftovers. But, not everyone likes that, so I came up with my version of SOS. SOS is short for Sh*t on a Shingle.
Sh*t on a Shingle (SOS) is an (unofficial) US military food term.
It generally implies some kind of meat in a sauce, served over toast (the toast being the “shingle”).
I grew up eating this stuff, except my Mom used chipped beef or dried beef in a white creamy sauce. This version with the leftover turkey turned out just as good!
I sauteed some onions in the pan and then added my cut up turkey, let the onion flavor soak in and then added some gravy. The onions gave the turkey and gravy and awesome flavor. Toasted some bread and poured it on top for a delish dish!
Oh and did I tell you how easy this is to make since everything but the onions were already cooked? Well, it was fast and easy and CHEAP!!!
Have you ever heard of “SOS”??
What do you do with your turkey leftovers?
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Turkey and Gravy over Toast
- Frying Pan
- 2 Cups Turkey, diced
- 1 1/3 Cup Turkey Gravy
- 3 Slices Onion or 1/4 of an onion
- 4 Slices Bread
- 2 Tbsp Olive oil
- 2 Tbsp Butter Optional
- Heat Oil in skillet to medium-medium high heat.
- Slice onions. **Use more or less, if desired.
- Add onions to skillet and saute for about 5-7 minutes or until they have softened and turned slightly brown.
- Cut up turkey and add to the skillet with the onions. Cook about 5 minutes.
- Add gravy to turkey/onion mix. Bring to boil then simmer 2-3 minutes.
- Toast bread while turkey and gravy is simmering. Butter, if desired, then pour turkey and gravy over warm toast. Serve.