Recipes with Turkey
- Turkey and Vegetable Rissoles – by 7sarie July 18, 2012
A tasty recipe using turkey mince.
- Katie’s Healthy Bites: 5 Super-Simple Turkey Preparations November 21, 2010
Turkey With Herbes De Provence You don’t have to deep-fry your turkey to give your turkey that wow factor — instead, look to herbs and spices. Here are 5 marinades and rubs to add a healthy dose of flavor to your Thanksgiving feast. Sassy Spice Rub Combine 1 tablespoon cumin, 1 tablespoon coriander, 1 tablespoon whole fennel seeds, 1 tablespoon smoked paprika, 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon, 1 tablespoon honey, 1 tablespoon olive oil and salt and pepper to taste. Prior to roasting, use this rub to season the skin, meat under the skin and the cavity of the bird.
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Katie’s Healthy Bites: 5 Super-Simple Turkey Preparations
- Turkey Cutlets with Pan Gravy November 19, 2010
“Using cutlets or any boneless meat speeds up cooking time for this quick entree. You can use thin boneless, skinless chicken breast as well.”
Margaret Wilson – Sun City, CA
- Turkey and Vegetable Rissoles – by 7sarie November 17, 2010
A tasty recipe using turkey mince.
- Apricot-Glazed Turkey Breast November 16, 2010
Basted with a simple glaze, this wonderfully moist and tender turkey bakes to a lovely golden brown. Make it the centerpiece of your holiday table; guests will be glad you did.
—Greg Fontenot, The Woodlands, Texas
- Quick Turkey Spaghetti November 9, 2010
“My family never tires of this versatile entree. We can have it once a week, and it’s different each time! I sometimes omit the turkey for a meatless meal, change up the veggies or use my own tomato sauce.” Mary Lou Moeller – Wooster, Ohio
- Turkey Scallopini November 8, 2010
“This quick recipe is easy to double for company or family gatherings. It’s great served with rice, pasta or veggies.” A splash of white wine and spicy mustard add special flavor. Susan Warren – North Manchester, Indiana
- Low-Fat Recipes: Turkey Delight | Submitted By: Ann Orwig November 7, 2010
Turkey Delight is a delicious way to use everyone’s favorite Thanksgiving leftovers in a single dish. Turkey, gravy, potatoes and stuffing form a magnificent holiday quartet. I often prepare the dish on Thanksgiving Day, then cook it a few days later.
- Family-Pleasing Turkey Chili November 6, 2010
“My children really love this recipe, and it’s become one of their favorite comfort foods. It’s relatively inexpensive, and leftovers are wonderful!” Sheila Christensen – San Marcos, California
- Dairy-Free Recipes: Orange Turkey Brine | Submitted By: TIMP132 November 4, 2010
This brine features citrus flavors to help make your Thanksgiving turkey even more memorable.
- Jerk Turkey Tenderloins November 2, 2010
“This is best with fresh pineapple, however, on particularly busy days, I have used canned pineapple tidbits in an effort to speed preparation even more. My family enjoys this recipe several times a year. It’s good on the grill, too.” Holly Bauer — West Bend, Wisconsin
- Buffalo Turkey Burgers for Two October 28, 2010
There’s nothing bland about these juicy turkey burgers! Celery and blue cheese salad dressing help tame the hot sauce. For an even skinnier version, skip the bun and add sliced onion and chopped tomato. Mary Pax-Shipley – Bend, Oregon
- Turkey Spaghetti Sauce October 26, 2010
This is rich, homey and flavorful, but lower in sodium than jarred meat sauce. Jennifer Kolb — Overland Park, Kansas
- Healthy Main Dish Recipes: Marinated Turkey Breast | Submitted By: Danielle October 22, 2010
Tasty turkey breasts are rubbed with spices, bathed in a tangy marinade, and tossed on the grill!
- Turkey Taco Dip October 22, 2010
- Herb-Roasted Turkey October 20, 2010
Made with everyday ingredients, this moist and tender turkey tastes absolutely extraordinary! –Groucho_CT_ – Tasteofhome.com Community
- Turkey with Cranberry Sauce October 20, 2010
Want to enjoy this classic combination any day of the week? Use turkey tenderloin steaks instead of the turkey breast half. Broil steaks 4 to 5 inches from the heat for 8 to 10 minutes, turning once.
- Five Spice Turkey Tenderloin With Miso-Kissed Vegetables October 19, 2010
Five Spice Turkey Tenderloin With Miso-Kissed Vegetables: Rapini is low in calories and sodium, and has no fat or cholesterol. It also has plenty of vitamin A, vitamin C and vitamin K. This “kissing cousin” to the turnip also contains iron, calcium and phytochemicals that may have cancer-fighting benefits.
- Easy Dinner Recipes – Grilled Turkey Tenderloins Recipe October 19, 2010
- Turkey Tacos October 19, 2010