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Recipes Tagged ‘ turkey ’

Cincinnati Turkey Chili

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June 10, 2016
Cincinnati Turkey Chili

This chili is AWESOME! The cinnamon and chocolate give it amazing depth of flavor, and the ground turkey keeps it light. If ya wanna eat this chili like a local, then serve it over cooked spaghetti noodles, topped with shredded cheddar and diced onions. Thanks to Cooking Light magazine for the recipe! Ingredients: 8...
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Herb Sourdough Stuffing

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November 15, 2015
Herb Sourdough Stuffing

Oh my gosh, it has taken me YEARS to finally write this recipe down. It’s one of those dishes that I just make without thinking about it. So this Thanksgiving I actually remembered to take notes. Whew! I have learned many tips and tricks over the years of making stuffing. The first being that you don’t need to...
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Turkey on the Grill

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November 11, 2015
Turkey on the Grill

I dream of having a double oven in my kitchen one day, but as that is only a dream, I opted to grill my Thanksgiving turkey this year. Thus freeing up my single oven for sweet potato casserole, herb stuffing, and green bean casserole. The turkey turned out fantastic! Juicy and full of flavor. This will...
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Grilled Turkey Burgers

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June 10, 2014
Grilled Turkey Burger

My hubby says, “why eat a turkey burger, when you can eat a real beef hamburger?” To which I reply, “but have you tried these turkey burgers??” Because they are, in a word, awesome! Just the right mix of flavor and spice–not mushy or dry. Awesome! Thanks to WeightWatcher.com for the original post. Ingredients: 1 lb....
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Maurice Salad with Home-made Dressing

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January 27, 2014
Maurice Salad

Ask and you shall receive–My Aunt Phyllis posted a recipe request on “Ask KP” for a Hudson’s Maurice Salad. So here it is! Many of you Detroiters may know the salad from years ago, as served at the Hudson’s department store restaurant. (I grew up eating them myself.) The store no longer exists, so...
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Chicken Veggie Casserole

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November 28, 2012
Chicken Veggie Casserole

Try this deeee-licious casserole with either leftover chicken or turkey. It’s all meat and veggies, so you can scoop it over rice or buttered noodles if ya like. But it’s equally tasty on it’s own! Thanks to Penzey’s Spices magazine for this recipe. Ingredients: 1 cup butter (1 stick) 1 cup celery, diced 1...
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Cabbage Rolls

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April 1, 2012
Cabbage Rolls

Funny story about cabbage rolls–I actually hate them. Or at least I used to. This was my least favorite meal when I was growing up. I am pretty sure that I have not eaten a cabbage roll since I was 12 years old. However…I received a giant head of cabbage in my Farm Fresh to You...
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Turkey Tetrazzini

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December 14, 2011
Turkey Tetrazzini

Deeeeelicious comfort food! Thank you Cooking Light magazine for this tasty (yet not completely fat and calorie-heavy) version of an old favorite. My family loves this recipe! Plan to make it a regular around here. Ingredients: 1 Tablespoon butter 1/2 cup white onion, finely chopped 1/3 cup celery, finely chopped 1 teaspoon freshly ground...
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Turkey & Avocado on Sourdough

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December 2, 2011
Turkey and Avocado on Sourgough

You know when you make “the perfect sandwich”? When you get all the ingredients just right? When everything comes together in one gorgeous, mouth-watering, masterpiece? Well my friends, that is exactly what’s going on here! So grab yourself a napkin, some chips, and get comfy. Cause this may just be “the perfect sandwich”! Ingredients:...
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Home-made Breakfast Sausage

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December 19, 2010
Home-made Breakfast Sausage

No Jimmy Deans over here people (which is probably a good thing!). But every now and then breakfast demands a good sausage. This recipe comes from the Mayo Clinic’s website and is fantastic. Low in fat and full of flavor (I did add a few more seasonings to the recipe). And very easy to...
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