Baked Turkey, Zucchini & Cheese Slice

"Another great use for leftover turkey, you could even use Spam turkey for a more economical meal. I made this for my DH's birthday lunch with some salad & garlic bread & everyone really enjoyed it."
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  • Heat oil & saute onion and zucchinis until onion has softened. Add turkey & sage, cook for 2 minutes.
  • Scatter mixture into a greased20cm x 30cm oven-proof dish.
  • Whisk eggs with milk & cream.
  • In a separate bowl mix some of the egg mixture with the flour to make a smooth paste then mix through main mixture with salt & pepper.
  • Pour egg mixture over turkey evenly and sprinkle with cheese.
  • Bake at 160.C for 45 mins or until set & golden.

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