Recipe by valcap112
This meal is quick, easy, and cheap! I used to make this hamburger but since I'm eating healthier I'm trying it with turkey. It's usually a favorite in my home. I usually make it with mushroom gravy as well but turkey gravy should work as well.
Top Review by queenofeats
Rating this at last. I originally had some difficulty with this recipe really not working well at the time and/or temperature listed, but liked the spice combination I came up with in place of Cavender's enough to want to try the recipe a second time. After a second run (with an oven thermometer to make certain my oven was not running cold!) I concur with my earlier opinion that 350 degrees is just not enough to get a full pound of ground turkey cooked in 20 minutes. Turning it up to 400 degrees for the entire process did the trick in about 20 minutes and produced a really enjoyable result. I also used two 10 1/2 ounce cans of gravy as I was planning to serve it over egg noodles - came out perfect. After all this experimentation, I'm giving three stars because I like the idea very much, but I've changed and edited it so much that I almost feel like I've recreated it! The rating should be for what is listed here and I've tried to reflect that fairly. I will definitely be using my modified version again though, so the idea is a great one - thank you so much for posting!
- 1 lb gournd turkey
- 1 tablespoon Cavenders All Purpose Greek Seasoning
- 1 (10 1/2 ounce) can turkey gravy
- 1 (6 1/2 ounce) can mushroom pieces
Directions See How It's Made
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Mix cavenders and turkey together and make into patties.
- Place patties in a casserole baking dish. Evenly pour turkey gravy and mushrooms over patties. Bake for 20 minutes or until cooked through.
- Serve over rice or with mashed potatoes and green beans or any veggie.