This recipe is a great way to use up leftover roast turkey. Or just use deli turkey if you prefer. I love the combo of smoky bacon and blue cheese…yum! Radicchio is a sturdy leafy green veggie that holds up well to heat. I didn’t have any (and wasn’t going to make another trip to • Read More »
Heartland Turkey and Vegetable ChowderNovember 29, 2012 | By andrea | Comments Off on Heartland Turkey and Vegetable Chowder | Filed in: Comfort Food, Holidays, Main Dish, Recipes, Soup/Stew, Thanksgiving, Turkey, Vegetable.
I’m always on the search for new ways to use up leftover turkey, which is what led me to this delicious soup. It’s loaded with fresh veggies and herbs, and you can substitute different veggies depending on what you have on hand. For instance, I used green beans instead of zucchini. Serve with crusty bread • Read More »
Italian Loaf with Turkey, White Cheddar and Cranberry SauceNovember 23, 2011 | By andrea | 2 Comments | Filed in: Christmas, Holidays, Quick Cooking, Recipes, Sandwich, Thanksgiving, Turkey.
This sandwich rocks! And, it’s another great way to use up leftover turkey! The combination of green onion mayo (yum!), tangy aged white cheddar, sweet-tart cranberry sauce, roasted turkey, and rustic Italian bread is a winner!! The recipe says it will feed 6-8 but you’d need to serve with other dishes (soup, salad, etc.) to feed • Read More »
Turkey or Pork Fried RiceApril 28, 2011 | By andrea | 2 Comments | Filed in: Asian, Main Dish, Quick Cooking, Recipes, Rice, Turkey.
We love fried rice in our house. Not only do you get all the food groups in one dish (protein, carbs, veggies), it’s also super quick and easy to make. I used ground turkey instead of ground pork and it worked great! It’s important to use cold leftover rice because freshly-made rice will turn into a • Read More »
Quick Turkey EnchiladasMay 4, 2010 | By andrea | 4 Comments | Filed in: Casserole, Main Dish, Mexican, Quick Cooking, Recipes, Turkey.
If you’re looking for a new recipe to make for Cinco de Mayo (or any Mexi-themed meal), try these Quick Turkey Enchiladas! They’re super easy to make and quite tasty! I made a few substitutions based on what I had on hand, such as using a shredded Mexican Four Cheese Blend instead of Monterey Jack cheese. • Read More »
Turkey Chowder with Wild Rice, Crimini and PancettaNovember 30, 2009 | By andrea | 1 Comment | Filed in: Christmas, Holidays, Recipes, Soup/Stew, Thanksgiving, Turkey.
If you’re ever in that What To Do With The Leftover Turkey quandary then you must make Turkey Chowder with Wild Rice, Crimini and Pancetta. After consuming several bowls of this hearty, satisfying chowder, Husband remarked,” This soup is awesome! It’s like an entire turkey dinner in a bowl.” My mom even declared it to be the best turkey • Read More »
Butterball to the rescue!November 21, 2009 | By andrea | Comments Off on Butterball to the rescue! | Filed in: Christmas, Entertaining Tip, Handy Hints, Holidays, Recipes, Thanksgiving, Turkey.
Cooking a turkey can be an intimidating undertaking! If you’re at all overwhelmed or have any questions about cooking that holiday bird, you’ll be happy to know that Butterball is ready to help you. Every year in November and December, Butterball employs professionally trained home economists and nutritionists to work the Butterball Turkey Talk-Line (weekdays 8 • Read More »
Pumpkin-Turkey Goulash with Caraway NoodlesNovember 14, 2009 | By andrea | Comments Off on Pumpkin-Turkey Goulash with Caraway Noodles | Filed in: Chicken, Main Dish, Pasta, Recipes, Soup/Stew, Turkey.
I have to admit that this recipe sounds a little weird. It was originally published in an October issue of Bon Appetit a few years ago and referred to as “ghoulash”, a play on the word goulash. I ran across it when I was looking for a savory recipe that used canned pumpkin. Since I had everything • Read More »
Toasted Turkey Subs with Smoked MozzarellaJune 29, 2009 | By andrea | 2 Comments | Filed in: Quick Cooking, Recipes, Sandwich, Turkey.
Here’s a hearty sandwich that is quick, easy and way more exciting than your typical ol’ turkey sandwich: pesto slathered on a sandwich roll layered with turkey, a slightly spicy tomato sauce and smoked cheese. Mmmm! It’s amazing how a few extra ingredients really jazzes things up! The store I went to today didn’t have smoked mozzarella so I bought • Read More »
Turkey Wraps with Chipotle MayonnaiseJune 12, 2009 | By andrea | 3 Comments | Filed in: Recipes, Sandwich, Turkey.
It only takes a little extra effort to turn a sandwich from boring to great. Such is the case with these turkey wraps. A simple chipotle mayonnaise is a cinch to make and is flavored with lime, cilantro, and you guessed it, chipotle peppers. The chipotle adds a wonderful slightly smokey flavor and just a bit of heat to the sandwich. I • Read More »