Mangia.tv’s Thanksgiving Leftover Cajun Lo Mai Gai

Mangia.tv Thanksgiving Leftover Throwdown ends Wednesday, make sure to submit your recipes to info@mangia.tv for a chance to win a Gift Basket!

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Mangia.tv’s Thanksgiving leftover Lo Mai Gai

Rice in lotus leafIngredients:
1&1/2 cups rice (your favorite)
1/2 cup turkey leftovers
2 Tbs stuffing leftovers
1 tsp cranberry sauce
1 Tbs Fried Onions
1 tsp Mangia Sweet Cajun Rub

Directions
Steam white rice until tender and sticky.

Combine Rub and rice and mix till even

Put a pile of rice mixture on a laid-out, washed lotus leaf (you can use a banana leaf as well).

Mat down the rice with your palm or a roller if too hot.

Once flat place turkey, stuffing, fried onions, and cranberry sauce.

Wrap all ingredients tightly on all sides with rice mixture using leaf. Tie up the leaf using string and let sit for twenty minutes or refrigerate and reheat later. A microwave is fine.

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Mangia.tv’s Thanksgiving Leftover Cajun Lo Mai Gai

Mangia.tv Thanksgiving Leftover Throwdown ends Wednesday, make sure to submit your recipes to info@mangia.tv for a chance to win a Gift Basket!

Now, my stomach is emitting a borborygmus symphony just thinking of this recipe….look it up.
Mangia.tv’s Thanksgiving leftover Lo Mai Gai

Rice in lotus leafIngredients:
1&1/2 cups rice (your favorite)
1/2 cup turkey leftovers
2 Tbs stuffing leftovers
1 tsp cranberry sauce
1 Tbs Fried Onions
1 tsp Mangia Sweet Cajun Rub

Directions
Steam white rice until tender and sticky.

Combine Rub and rice and mix till even

Put a pile of rice mixture on a laid-out, washed lotus leaf (you can use a banana leaf as well).

Mat down the rice with your palm or a roller if too hot.

Once flat place turkey, stuffing, fried onions, and cranberry sauce.

Wrap all ingredients tightly on all sides with rice mixture using leaf. Tie up the leaf using string and let sit for twenty minutes or refrigerate and reheat later. A microwave is fine.

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Mangia.tv’s Thanksgiving Leftover Cajun Lo Mai Gai

Mangia.tv Thanksgiving Leftover Throwdown ends Wednesday, make sure to submit your recipes to info@mangia.tv for a chance to win a Gift Basket!

Now, my stomach is emitting a borborygmus symphony just thinking of this recipe….look it up.
Mangia.tv’s Thanksgiving leftover Lo Mai Gai

Rice in lotus leafIngredients:
1&1/2 cups rice (your favorite)
1/2 cup turkey leftovers
2 Tbs stuffing leftovers
1 tsp cranberry sauce
1 Tbs Fried Onions
1 tsp Mangia Sweet Cajun Rub

Directions
Steam white rice until tender and sticky.

Combine Rub and rice and mix till even

Put a pile of rice mixture on a laid-out, washed lotus leaf (you can use a banana leaf as well).

Mat down the rice with your palm or a roller if too hot.

Once flat place turkey, stuffing, fried onions, and cranberry sauce.

Wrap all ingredients tightly on all sides with rice mixture using leaf. Tie up the leaf using string and let sit for twenty minutes or refrigerate and reheat later. A microwave is fine.

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