Vatapá is an Afro-Brazilian stew that’s typically made with shrimp or other seafood. This variation uses turkey in place of the seafood, but keeps the rich coconut and spices, helping to keep the sodium in the dish lower.
Avocado, cranberries, and curry powder combine to make this turkey salad colorful and peppy. You can also serve it on greens instead of using it in sandwiches.
You can feed a crowd with this hearty, comforting recipe or you can portion the unbaked mixture off into a freezer bag for quick meals for one or two.
Cabbage rolls have traditional roots in many cultures, and for good reason. These cabbage-wrapped meatballs are stewed in tomato sauce for unbelievably good flavor. They’re well worth the time and effort and may well become one of your family’s most requested meals. Tip: If you don’t have cooked rice leftover from another meal, instant brown […]
Cabbage rolls, a traditional dish of rice and ground meat wrapped in cabbage and cooked in tomato sauce, are delicious. Rolling the stuffing and allowing the rice to cook, however, is a process that makes them a special occasion dish. This speedy skillet offers all the flavor of a cabbage roll without all the trouble […]
Turkey breasts are a wonderfully lean and versatile protein to include in your cooking rotation. If you can’t find them, chicken cutlets work well, or even chicken breasts pounded flat and thin for speedy cooking.
Turkey marsala is a classic dinner option that will show your cooking skills to best advantage with guests…even if you don’t have very many cooking skills yet. Serve this easy entree with your favorite brown rice pilaf and a heap of in-season vegetables.
A lively salsa will be sure to kick up the heat on this simple dish. Ground turkey provides a leaner option to ground beef with a flavor you’ll be eager to substitute in your other favorite recipes. Tip: Sour cream and salsa are common sides for enchiladas. Swap sour cream out for plain, non-fat Greek yogurt […]