Boxing Day Recipes

Turkey Chow Mein

Boxing Day Recipes

Turkey Chow Mein

Without doubt, this recipe is the easiest of the lot. Following a similar routine to the Tikka Masala, you simply drop your leftover goods into a wok, add noodles and a stir fry sauce of choice. Stir quickly on high heat for roughly five minutes. The preparation tastes best when its sizzling hot so serve immediately and try not to burn yourself!

The OC3D Turkey Chow Mein

Leftover Turkey
Leftover Carrots
Leftover Green Beans
Amoy Thread Noodles
Tesco Chow Mein Stir Fry Sauce

Preparation Time - < 5min
Cooking Time - < 5min

Boxing Day Recipes

This concludes our top three list of Boxing Day recipes for this year. I suppose I must warn that our lack of culinary specialism means that we cannot be held responsible for any discomfort or illness caused by these suggestions. Use at your own risk.

Hope you're all having a leisurely boxing day! Discuss your festive shenanigans in our forums.

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Most Recent Comments

26-12-2010, 08:22:08

Mr. Strawberry
OMG! i want the pizzaQuote

27-12-2010, 09:28:02

If you take the brown bits off the turkey , make it look like duck , chuck on some black sauce , your kids will think there in Chinese heaven and its cheap as any thing .... Turkey duck any oneQuote

31-12-2010, 16:48:16

Captain Caveman

Who are the opponents??Quote

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