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Old 07-22-2013, 10:07 PM   #1
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Got a couple pounds of Ground Turkey thawing. Bought them for burgers, already done that with the last pack. I need some ideas


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Old 07-22-2013, 10:11 PM   #2
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Meat loaf? Chili? Sloppy Joes? Tacos? Meat balls?


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Old 07-23-2013, 09:52 AM   #3
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Meatloaf with cranberry and sage the dominant seasonings
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Another meatloaf idea that's a stable around here. 1 pkg ground turkey, 1 diced up piece of bread, 1 small diced onion, 3/4 cup Franks BBQ hot sauce, 3/4 cup milk,1 tbs cumin.

You can use whatever sauce you have handy, hot sauce, spaghetti sauce, ect...but franks BBQ hot sauce is our favorite.

375 for 70 min. Great stuff.
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I use ground turkey to make picadillo, a cuban stewed ground beef dish

Picadillo

Brown the meat (1 to 1 1/2 lbs), remove from heat
Saute 1/2 onion, 1/2 green bell pepper, 1/2 red bell pepper (all finely chopped), some cayenne (optional) and several tbsps minced garlic garlic until cooked well.
Add 1/4 cup Goya Sofrito and 2-3 tbsps tomato sauce, a healthy dollop of Adobo and a packet of sazon, and a handful of green olives.
Return the meat to the pan and add 1/2 cup water, mix well and simmer gently for 15 minutes or until most of the water is reduced (should be slightly saucy not a soup - like tacos)

Serve over white or yellow rice, or use as a filling for Empanadas or Rellenos de Papa
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I just browned a pound of turkey to put it in spaghetti. Other than the lighter color and less fat it's not so different from beef.
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sitr fry with chopped mushrooms & water chestnuts, shredded carrots, soy, terriyaki, garlic/ginger, sambal oelek, and a touch of rice vinegar.
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I just browned a pound of turkey to put it in spaghetti. Other than the lighter color and less fat it's not so different from beef.
And I would recommend a spaghetti squash instead of pasta. Cut in half, microwave on high for 12 minutes. Pull apart from the skin with a fork and pour your spaghetti sauce over it.
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Meatballs and fry them in reduction hot sauce. When I used to do this I used equal parts hot sauce, barbecue sauce, vinegar, and red wine.

Basically fry the meatballs in the sauce mixture until it becomes thick and goopy. Eat them as-is or on rice or whatever else you like. I could go through a whole pound in one sitting if I wasn't careful.
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Spaghetti bolognese with the turkey subbing out the ground beef tastes very similar to the original with less fat than even lean beef...


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