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    This is an easy overnight brine for your Big Bird or even a couple of smaller birds. The secret is your picnic cooler. Cook time is brine time. If you are brining a chicken reduce the brine time to 2 - 4 hours. I don't add spices to the brine at all since I don't want to mask the flavor of the bird but if you want to add molasses or brown sugar it would be great! This works on any poultry.

    Recipe #395315

    95 Reviews |  By Lennie

    I call this "rescued", because so many people throw away the turkey carcass after a big meal. Don't! Rescue it! Making stock is not hard or complicated. You'll be rewarded with delicious soup, and an amazing aroma will fill your home as you make the stock. And you don't even have to make soup right away -- just freeze the stock!

    Recipe #24576

    I got this from Betty Crockers fun summer appetizers 2006. These are good to make for any type of get together, They are easy and delicious! I always bring home an empty platter lol. I make them without the red bell pepper though.

    Recipe #306302

    This is like a religion in my family. You do not mess with it and everyone is a part of making it. This is a combination of corn and white bread. It is simple, but so deliscious. This is a traditional recipe that has been handed down through at least four generations. All amounts given are very approximate and subject to change according to your taste.

    Recipe #298423

    I make these all the time-and my family complains I don't make them enough! I usually make a big batch (3 lbs of turkey breast) so that I can make a couple of meals out of them- Swedish Meatballs, Sweet and Sour Meatballs, Meatballs with Baked Ziti and Marinara, Meatball sandwiches, or just put your favorite sauce on them in a crockpot for a potluck!! Yummy!! Adjust sizes according to the serving size you need, but they freeze well, so it is a great thing to make a big batch and save yourself extra work later! Just add to your favorite dish! **Adjust breadcrumbs as needed to achieve good consistency for forming meatballs. I do tend to eyeball things, so some measurements are approximate! ;) (Swedish meatballs base for ZWT3)

    Recipe #196018

    From Fine Cooking November '05. I tried this recipe last Thanksgiving and couldn't have been more pleased. It was gorgeous and tasted as good as it looked.

    Recipe #265521

    1 Reviews |  By Mariken

    I don't eat beef and haven't since 1990, I feel I have spent a lot of time finding out what makes a great TURKEY burger. I made this one recently and I loved it.

    Recipe #260672

    Found this on a package of ground turkey. A really easy-and lighter-version of the usual meatball. And with only 3 ingredients and 3 steps-Super easy to whip up in a jiffy! A great appetizer even for low-carbers and calorie counters!!

    Recipe #259289

    A light refreshign meal thats, cheap and easy to prepare. For the salad dressing, Use Ken's Steak House Sweet Vidalia Onion variety.

    Recipe #256927

    This is a recipe for fast and easy turkey burgers. It's a great choice for health-conscious families. Bon Appetit!

    Recipe #255258

    95 Reviews |  By Manda

    My favorite recipe for turkey burgers. Just enough seasonings to make them so much tastier than just plain old turkey burgers, plus the bread crumbs and other added ingredients "bulk up" the turkey, helping you to get more bang for your buck. I always have a few of these in the freezer for summer barbecues when I don't care to eat beef hamburgers (I have been known to tote one or two of these along with me to family barbecues to throw on the grill whenever I know that beef burgers are going to be the only main dish)

    Recipe #20731

    A delicious and filling turkey frame soup with homemade noodles! Worth every second of fixing it!

    Recipe #197993

    Scalding the turkey makes for a very nice moist turkey. I have been doing this method for over 25 years. Cooking time shown in the method is for a 16 pound stuffed turkey.

    Recipe #46262

    2 Reviews |  By Keolani

    Trust me. It really works! This method, developed by a local chef, results in a juicy delicious bird in 2 hours (well, 2-3 depending on the size of the bird) I'm posting this because my mom and sisters have done this for years but this is my first time hosting Thanksgiving (yikes) and I don't want to loose the recipe before I use it.

    Recipe #104571

    5 Reviews |  By Kaarin

    This recipe is different because it's sooo very creamy! It's easy, fast and makes my kids ask for more! Chicken can be used in place of the turkey, and you can substitute 2 small cans of chopped mushrooms for the fresh. This is great taste for very little work!

    Recipe #113389

    This procedure results in a turkey that is extrememly moist and so tender that it isn't really suitable for formal carving. The method is so easy, however, that you'll find yourself serving turkey all year round, not just during holidays.

    Recipe #112968

    A great way to use up the leftover turkey from Thanksgiving. This was my Grandmother's recipe for using up the leftover turkey. I liked it better than the plain turkey when I was a kid. This style of Meat pie was popular in the 1800's before the days of the modern kitchen Make great leftovers

    Recipe #102756


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