Category: Turkey, Misc. Poultry
Holiday Turkey Rollups are like a down-home turkey dinner with all the fixin's, except they're prepared in a matter of minutes -- in one dish! Now that's the way to celebrate a holiday.
I got a Hoppin' John recipe from a viewer who swears that you have to use leftover holiday ham in it. Since I tried this when I didn't have any leftovers, I replaced the ham with turkey sausage and ended up with quite a satisfying dish. Try it either way.
If you thought you had to go to an Indian restaurant to get the authentic tastes of Indian cooking, well...think again! This one will give you homemade rich curry flavor in a juicy turkey cutlet.
Capture the taste of the Caribbean with this easy "throw-together." There are many good brands of precooked turkey available in the markets now, so you don't even have to roast a turkey if you don't want to. But you know those leftover turkey scraps that we can hardly do anything with? They sure turn out perfect this way.
Didn't think your favorite chicken cutlet recipe could get any better? Try our Italian Baked Cutlets for an easier, faster and tastier Italian-style dinner option.
Here's a lighter version of one of our all-time favorites. I know, I know - ground turkey can be bland, but not if it's seasoned well.
Looking for a turkey entrée that'll feed company without the time and trouble of cooking a full bird? Try my rolled turkey breast-provolone cheese, thin slices of prosciutto, and ripe olives are wrapped up for a dish that'll deliver the compliments.
Frozen pot pies are often full of artificial flavors and preservatives. When you make them fresh at home you can be sure you'll be serving only the best!
One of America's favorites is burgers. Well, here's a way to enjoy our favorite...only lighter!
Give your breakfasts and brunches a sophisticated flavor with Maple Turkey Sausage. These lean patties can be eaten as is, or in a sandwich.