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Mmm good. Saute the onion and celery in that first step. I halved the chili powder and left out the tabasco, I''m a spice wimp. Served over brown rice with grated cheese.

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MoreWithLessMom August 06, 2009

Very easy. I didn't have as much turkey as the recipe called for but it was still good. I did have to add more water than the recipe called for. We had lots left and was able to freeze it for another meal. Thanks Mr. Lady Pit for a good recipe.

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LARavenscroft April 06, 2008

What a easy and very tasty meal! I did use about a 1 1/2 lbs of ground turkey that I browned with some onion. I didnt have the gelatin so I used corn starch mixed in some water to thicken. We had brown rice and a salad along with this. Thank you Mr. Ladypit!

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lauralie41 October 25, 2006

How nice to have another recipe from a man that is not just meats and BBQ! I was compelled to try this because of the use of gelatin for thickening. I, for one, had never heard of this in this type of dish. I only had fresh white meat ground turkey, so I cooked it up, leaving it in chunks. I followed the rest of directions(figured out you wanted the onion sauted,lol) and served in over brown rice. It was fast and easy to make...always a plus! I did feel that the tomato flavor was too intense for me. Oh, the gelatin works! The ease of this recipe will bring me back to it again, but will probably replace one cup of water with 2% milk. Thanks Mr. Ladypit, looking forward to seeing more from you.

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Happy Harry #2 April 27, 2006
Turkey Creole