What do you do with that last little bit of Christmas Turkey, not enough to make a hot turkey sandwich, and it is cold outside so you want something warm and soothing.

I had planned to make omelettes for supper and use up the last of the turkey. My husband said - what about Turkey Pizza - I thought he was crazy, but I'm always game to try something new and different.

Step 1: Making the Pizza Dough

I make my pizza dough in my bread maker on the dough setting.  I started making homemade pizza 8 months ago, and have not bought a pizzeria pizza since.  I like the home made one way too much.

This is the recipe for the dough.

3 1/2 cups unbleached bread flour
1 cup warm water
2 tablespoons honey
1/4 cup olive oil
1/2 tsp salt
2 1/2 tsp bread machine yeast.

Put the water, honey, olive oil and salt in the  bread maker first.  Put in the flour, poke a little well in the flour, and add the yeast.

Turn  the breadmaker  on to the dough setting  - mine takes 1 1/2 hours.
<p>i'm confused (easy for me to be so lol), was the cranberry sauce on the side? i don't see it listed in the ingredients. </p>
<p>Yes the cranberry sauce was on the side, leftover from Christmas Dinner.</p><p>If you don't have any freshly made cranberry sauce, you could always used canned (myself - I will make the cranberry sauce)</p>
This sounds really good!
This looks so delicious !!
<br>Thank you, I must admit I was skeptical, but it was really!!!!!!! good. Leftovers taken to work were awesome too.<br><br>Many thanks

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