I love when leftovers means you get to make something that doesn't happen without there being leftovers.
Whenever I make a turkey I make sure to make a huge pan (or two) of stuffing. My boys and I both love homemade stuffing. I guess some people call it dressing, but it's the side dish made of bread that one can stuff into a chicken or turkey.
Last time I made stuffing I froze some in a zip bag and threw it in the freezer. Now that we're hoping to sell the house soon, we've been clearing out said freezer and this week I pulled that bag back out.
It was time for my favorite leftover recipe.
Leftover bread stuffing (dressing)
If your stuffing is moist enough to hold together in a patty, you don't need to add the egg. If it is too dry then add that egg to it. Form it into patties. I make mine about 3 or 4 inches across. Heat a frying pan on med-hi with either oil (better tasting) or non stick spray (better for you). When the pan is hot, place the patties in and fry on each side until brown. I like mine a little longer so that they are really crispy.
I serve them either with gravy as a side dish for dinner or for breakfast with eggs. I adore them with an easy over egg where the patty soaks up the runny yolk. Yums!
Don't tell the boys that I ate those without them.