Wife Saver

An easy version of what my Mother always called "Christmas Morning Wife Saver". Easy to prepare and cooks just long enough for the kids to open their presents. I like to serve it in the evening as a psuedo quiche. The addition of sage to the ground turkey makes it taste a lot like a sage sausage.

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  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Thinly slice potatoes.
  • Line an 8x8 greased pan with the potatoes.
  • Mix ground turkey, garlic salt, pepper, and sage in a bowl.
  • Brown seasoned meat and drain the meat well.
  • Place seasoned meat on top of the potatoes.
  • Mix egg and milk together.
  • Pour egg mixture on top of potatoes and meat.
  • Bake for 40 to 50 minutes.
  • Sprinkle cheese on top of casserole just prior to removing casserole from oven, just long enough to melt it.
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"An easy version of what my Mother always called "Christmas Morning Wife Saver". Easy to prepare and cooks just long enough for the kids to open their presents. I like to serve it in the evening as a psuedo quiche. The addition of sage to the ground turkey makes it taste a lot like a sage sausage."
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  1. melfriesen
    An easy version of what my Mother always called "Christmas Morning Wife Saver". Easy to prepare and cooks just long enough for the kids to open their presents. I like to serve it in the evening as a psuedo quiche. The addition of sage to the ground turkey makes it taste a lot like a sage sausage.
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