Turkey Bacon Casserole

"A wonderful casserole adapted from a Rachael Ray recipe."
 
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Ready In:
35mins
Ingredients:
11
Serves:
8
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ingredients

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directions

  • Bring a pasta pot of salted water to a boil.
  • In a large skillet add the bacon and cook over medium heat until cooked. Remove from pan and set aside.
  • Add the onion and salt and cook over medium heat until tender (translucent).
  • Add the garlic and cook for 1 minute.
  • Add the turkey and cook thoroughly, add the bacon back to mix.
  • Add the whiskey and cook for 30 seconds, then add the chicken stock. Cook over medium/High heat until reduced by 1/2.
  • Add the heavy cream and reduce to sauce consistency. Season for taste.
  • Add the sauce to cooked and drained egg noodles. Mix well and add to an oiled casserole dish.
  • Top with the cheese and breadcrumbs and Broil until the top of the casserole is golden brown. Let cool for 5 minutes before serving.

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As my moniker might display, I am a chef and I work in a laboratory. I have working a healthcare lab for the past 18 years. With the exception of the two years that took a break and went culinary school. Let me tell you, working with food is fun, but it really does not pay the bills. So I went back into healthcare. Now I just cook for my friends and family. One thing that I learned in culinary school is once you have the techniques of cooking, you can cook just about anything. I am not saying go out and spend tens of thousands of dollars on culinary school. But try to learn as much about cooking techniques as you can, take a class at your local continuing education location, read a lot, there are many great teaching cooking shows (Good Eats), and of course there is always YouTube. But most of all, cook what you love, and have fun. Do not let cooking be a "I have 30 minutes to make a meal before I have to do X." Cook on your days off or weekends, play some music, have some wine, but have fun. If it does not turn out, do not get mad, but try to figure out why it did not turn out. It usually either a bad recipe, or bad technique.
 
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