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I was a bit disappointed that the rice didn't fully cook. Still 5*, because the flavor more than made up for it. I think it needs 50 min. in step 7.

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evewitch April 16, 2003

Very tasty. I tried the suggestion of 45 minutes - that worked for us. This is definitelyy a welcome addition to my repretoire of turkey leftover recipes. Thanks!

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Mysterygirl February 15, 2004

I don't know who or what LHJ is - but this was another good way to finish off the bird! I tried 50 minutes for step 7 as suggested by Evewitch but the rice was too mushy - perhaps the next person could try 45 minutes. Thanx Bev!

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CountryLady May 09, 2003

What a wonderful disguise for leftover turkey, especially since I don't really like turkey!! I substituted wild rice for the brown rice (loved the crunch) and added a good size layer of fresh baby spinach between the rice and the chopped turkey (because I had an overstock of spinach that threatened to go limp).

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Donna Matthews December 09, 2008

This was easy enough, although I burned my rice and had to sub beef broth for chicken. I used low-fat cream of mushroom soup. All of my leftover turkey is used up. Thanks!

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KP in Canada February 24, 2008
Hearty Turkey and Mushroom Casserole