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Trent 02-22-2012 02:10 PM

Ground turkey
 
I got lots of ground turkey to use in my freezer. Getting sick of turkey burgers. What is a good recipe you have tried that uses ground turkey?

BendtheBar 02-22-2012 02:15 PM

Turkey chili. We make that often.

MC 02-22-2012 02:54 PM

^That. I will also use ground turkey in lasagne and meatloaf.

bruteforce 02-22-2012 03:46 PM

Laarb with turkey. Exchange it for teh ground beefs.


Ingredients

12 inch stick of fresh lemongrass
6 pieces of kaffir lime leaves
bunch of cilantro
vietnamese coriander (also called rah ram Persicaria odorata - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia or "laksa leaf")
mint
a bunch of green onions (scallions)
thai peppers
lime juice
fish sauce
black pepper
salt
5-7 lbs of extra lean ground beef


Directions

Chop the lemongrass into fine pieces
Mince the kaffir lime leaves into extra fine pieces.
Coarsley chop the cilantro
Slice the green onions into little rounds
Chop the thai peppers into small pieces
Pull off the mint leaves from the stalk (you can use them whole or chop them up)
Pull off the vietnamese coriander from the stalk (same as mint)
**Now that the chopping and stuff is done you can cook the meat**
Cook the ground beef in a pan on medium heat.
Add salt and black pepper to season. You will be adding fish sauce later so make sure not to salt too heavily at this time.
Cook until there is no pink and there is still some juices left in the pan.
Let the meat cool for a few minutes.
Put the meat in a large bowl that you can easily stir.
Add the Thai peppers first so that it can marinate with the meat.
Add the lemon grass, kaffir lime leaves in next.
Stir until well mixed.
Add a lot of fish sauce and lime juice.
Stir.
Add the cilantro, mint, viatnamese mint, green onions last.
Stir gently until incorporated so you don't bruise the herbs.

Off Road 02-22-2012 08:02 PM

I just fix it up with taco seasoning.

bruteforce 02-22-2012 10:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BendtheBar (Post 218926)
Turkey chili. We make that often.

Sounds like a good idea. Chili gets nasty if there's too much fat on the beef and turkey is so low fat you wouldn't even need to drain it most likely. :chow:

irongirl 02-23-2012 03:01 PM

Meatballs for spaghetti.

Harloe 02-24-2012 04:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Off Road (Post 218997)
I just fix it up with taco seasoning.

Thats exactly what I do.
Quick, easy, and tastes great.


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