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Crock Pot Turkey With Mushroom Wild Rice

This is one of our favorite ways to use leftover turkey, or chicken for that matter. It reheats well and the leftovers are also good wrapped up in a warm whole wheat tortilla. However, my favorite way to eat the leftovers is cold over a bed of baby spring greens and topped with walnuts, sliced apple, and purchased low-free raspberry vinaigrette dressing! (I think I actually look forward to the leftovers a little too much!) Sometimes I also throw a cup or so of cooked kidney beans in here.

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7hrs 20mins
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directions

  • Spray the inside of a medium-large slow cooker with cooking spray (this is optional, but it helps with clean-up later).
  • Add the rice, garlic, marjoram, pepper, parsley, soup, and broth to the cooker.
  • Mix well.
  • Stir in turkey and vegetables.
  • Cover and cook on low for 6-8 hours, or until the wild rice is tender and the liquid has been absorbed.
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"This is one of our favorite ways to use leftover turkey, or chicken for that matter. It reheats well and the leftovers are also good wrapped up in a warm whole wheat tortilla. However, my favorite way to eat the leftovers is cold over a bed of baby spring greens and topped with walnuts, sliced apple, and purchased low-free raspberry vinaigrette dressing! (I think I actually look forward to the leftovers a little too much!) Sometimes I also throw a cup or so of cooked kidney beans in here."
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  1. yogiclarebear
    Easy to make and comforting. Thought it needed a little more liquid.
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  2. Crispbrook
    Really good and very easy to make!
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  3. Kelly Kinser
    This was easy and flavorful. My dd, age 3 1/2 went nuts for this! She scarfed it down and wanted more. I'm looking forward to trying this cold per the chef's suggestion.
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  4. mr gene
    very good way to use leftover turkey
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  5. Vino Girl
    This is one of our favorite ways to use leftover turkey, or chicken for that matter. It reheats well and the leftovers are also good wrapped up in a warm whole wheat tortilla. However, my favorite way to eat the leftovers is cold over a bed of baby spring greens and topped with walnuts, sliced apple, and purchased low-free raspberry vinaigrette dressing! (I think I actually look forward to the leftovers a little too much!) Sometimes I also throw a cup or so of cooked kidney beans in here.
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