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This was a great way to use leftover turkey. I had added my frozen chunks to the pan and it worked great. I didn't have broth so used powdered bouillon with water. I doubled the recipe, too. This was was a real comfort meal. Thanks ugogirl, for posting. Roxygirl

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Roxygirl in Colorado May 21, 2007

Just the recipe I've been looking for when I want something quick and a little lighter. So far, I have made the recipe using turkey, then chicken, then pork and will next try shrimp as the meat component. So far, I've liked them all. I've added extra bean sprouts and sometimes a tbs. of molasses but the recipe is great as it is. Thanks for posting!

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Grease February 11, 2005

Excellent use of leftover turkey! In addition to onion, I used bok choy, celery, baby corn, water chestnuts, bean sprouts, pea pods and shredded carrots, and then made double the sauce. I also added about a T. of Chinese 5 Spice. My family ate it served over white rice. Delicious!

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Cook4_6 December 02, 2014

This was a fast easy recipe. This would be a good starter recipe for those who are shy about trying different foods. It was good but could have had a little bit more flavor to it. Made for Chef Alphabet Soup.

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Catnip46 June 25, 2013
Turkey Chow Mein