I bought about half a pound of ground dark meat turkey and I was hoping someone could share a simple recipe I could use! Thanks!
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This is yummy and even easier if you use canned black beans.
The fantastic "Jerusalem" cookbook by the owners of Ottolenghi has a fantastic turkey "burgers/meatballs" recipe with zucchini. There are a ton of great recipes in this book-I highly recommend. Here's a link to the recipe: http://weekendtable.com...
My favorite is this Julia Turshen recipe for turkey meatballs.
The addition of fennel seeds, thyme, rosemary and fresh basil make them wonderfully fragrant and the panko keeps them very light and fluffy.
my favorite simple use of ground turkey is about 1/2 cup of my favorite salsa mixed with about 20 oz of dark meat ground turkey and some salt and pepper, shape in to patties, grill or broil, top with Pepper Jack cheese on a toasted whole wheat bun - and you've got a healthy meal!
I second the turkey burgers from Jerusalem. They are absolutely delicious, and very juicy, and healthy (no bread).
I like to make a Thai Larb with any kind of ground meat, like this one: http://food52.com/recipes.... Turkey has a good gamey-ness to it, but just don't overcook or else I imagine it will be rubbery.
http://www.spoonforkbacon... These are pretty amazing.. Honestly I cannot get enough of the Holidays thoguh.
this is one of the most requested dinners among my customers. simple and comforting: http://food52.com/recipes...
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