I used to have a great turkey tetrazini recipe that has been lost, so had to find another. I only make Tetrazini recipes with sherry and without canned soups. This recipe is an absolute winner. My new "go to". Will cherish it.
Thanks so much for already tweaking the recipe to such perfection. I added a bit more sherry (to taste) but your refinement work on this is a masterpeice. Thanks so much for sharing!
Because of your recipe my husband is accusing me of trying to poison him 19 years ago. You see I once made Turkey Tetrazzini shortly before we got married and that meal is still infamous. He said he liked it, but I didn't so I never made it again. However about 10 years later, he told me it was horrid. So when I finally got up the nerve to try your recipe I didn't tell him what it was until after he said he liked it. He insisted that either this wasn't turkey tetrazzini or I must have been trying to poison him years ago. I made the recipe as written, using sherry instead of white wine and using mushrooms. This is definitely a keeper. Thanks for helping me rehabilitate my reputation. hehehe
Awesome and so flavorful! Such a nice change from the usual cream of mushroom soup style. I think I'd make one change next time and just use 1/3 cup sherry. My husband thought it was perfect, but I thought it was just a touch too much. We used buttered cracker crumbs on top. Thanks so much!
This was delicious! I used leftover turkey from thanksgiving, cut up my own carrots, used homemade turkey broth, low fat cream cheese and panko breadcrumbs. My boyfriend said he wants this all the time! Thanks for sharing.
This was a great way to use leftovers from Thanksgiving! I had the onion, celery and carrots leftover, I used leftover turkey, homemade broth I just made from my turkey carcass, some wine (also leftover) and leftover stuffing in place of the breadcrumbs on top. Yum! Thanks!
I did something a little weird with this recipe, which I don't normally do, but since we had some many leftovers from Thanksgiving I substituted about 2 cups stuffing for the pasta and reduced the chicken broth to 2 cups. It was pretty good and definitely interesting!
I am so excited about this recipe!!! I made it for supper last night to help use up the leftover turkey and my husband loved it!! He is a very pickey eater and he requested the leftovers for supper again tonight!! I asked him how many stars he would give it and he said "10 at least" Thank you for this wonderful addition to my collection!! Shortie
To die for delicious. I just cook for me, so I used a 9 x 6-1/4 casserole dish. I winged it with amounts. One thing I don't think it needed with the larger baking dish was 1/2 cup of flour. I only used 2 tbsp (whole wheat) and mine thickened perfectly. I think 3 Tbsp. would have worked perfectly for the 9 x 12. Along with the whole wheat flour, I used no salt added stock (16 oz.), a little dry white wine (I use vermouth), and added more pepper, a little fresh parsley and dried tarragon, and I used whole wheat linguine. Can't wait to have it again tonight. This will be my go-to recipe for tetrazzini from now on.
Made this tonight with whole wheat bow tie pasta, white wine, and some homemade turkey broth. I used frozen mixed peas and carrots instead of fresh carrots. I also added garlic because we love it. Yummy. Thanks for posting.