This salad, based on one from Chef Jamie Oliver, infuses leftover Thanksgiving turkey with Asian flavors.
This easy adaptation of a popular Italian dish is prepared with readily available turkey cutlets instead of veal.
The ingredients for the classic Italian salad (tomatoes, mozzarella and basil) team up with ground turkey for fresh summer sliders.
This turkey is steeped in a marinade of fresh orange juice, garlic and rosemary, which is then used to baste the turkey.
We love to use chopped aromatic veggies in the bottom of the roasting pan instead of a rack. They make the gravy taste rich and wonderful.
Turkey sliders get an Italian twist with tomato, basil and mozzarella.
The soy marinade makes for delicious pan drippings that are whisked into an orange juice-based sauce for the Asian Roast Turkey.
Sure, you can skip the brining, but with a very small effort, this soak creates a super moist turkey.
Brioche lends a hand to this simple stuffing that will pair well with just about any bird.
A quick-and-easy lunch idea starring creamy Alouette spread and deli turkey.