Tag Archives: turkey
Turkey sloppy joe sauce is an easy and versatile basic dish you can reinvent any night of the week.
This dish started out as a way to use up the tiny broken chips at the bottom of the white bean chips bag. You see I have been collecting them in a quart jar…and the jar was full!
It’s been a few months since I discovered tahdig and I’ve played with the recipe many times since then. I promised you a Persian Shepard’s Pie recipe with Tahdig.
Pre-corn Allergy Origins
Before I was diagnosed with the corn allergy, I used to make cornbread muffins and stuff them with turkey sausage, corn, and cheese. Literally, there was as much stuffing as batter. Yum! They were a great on-the-go breakfast when I was in college. Sadly, I can’t have any of those items anymore. That’s okay because these muffins are even better!
Turkey burgers are difficult to make as juicy as beef burgers. When America’s Test Kitchen did it, they tried to make a faux hamburger by adding lots of mushrooms and soy sauce.
Chili was an old family staple growing up. It’s so warm and comforting in the winter. When the temperature dips low enough to switch on the heater, my mind immediately goes to this recipe. To be clear, this is not “Texas-style” chili. My mom grew up in Michigan. This is probably more appropriately called a stew, but we call it chili in my family. So there!