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Not sure why it is called Cajun, but it's definitely delicious and even kid friendly! I did precook my rice because I use brown rice and I didn't want to risk overcooking the vegetables during the longer cooking time for whole grain brown rice. <br/>I used one medium California wonderball green peppers and three small tomatoes from our own garden. <br/>I really thought I would have to add more spices, but I love the fresh flavor of the simple ingredients!

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Abrown925 August 08, 2014

I'm visiting my oldest son and I've been cooking for him and his new wife. Tried this recipe last night and it was a huge hit with us. I did add some cayenne pepper, garlic salt, ground black pepper and alittle greek seasoning for more of a spicy flavor. This is a KEEPER! Thanks for sharing the recipe! :)

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Marsha D. May 11, 2010

Zaar needs to inrease the # of stars for rating. This was off the chain. I don't use ground turkey, but I found this on sale, 20 ounces for .69, so I bought 2 to try. Ground turkey will be bought more often. I made the entire recipe just as was except for celery, because I didn't have any. Rotel diced tomatoes were used instead of regular. I had two servings, my nephew finished it up. Made for Cajun/Creole.

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mightyro_cooking4u September 26, 2009
Cajun Turkey Chow Mein