[CnD] Ground turkey

Eileen Scrivani etscrivani at verizon.net
Mon Oct 2 00:14:41 EDT 2017


Sounds  like a good meal. Did you like the turkey croquettes? They can be very convenient since they heat up well in the microwave as a left-over meal when you’re not up to cooking.

Eileen


From: Food Dude via Cookinginthedark 
Sent: Sunday, October 1, 2017 8:59 PM
To: cookinginthedark at acbradio.org 
Cc: Food Dude 
Subject: Re: [CnD] Ground turkey

I made these for dinner along with another loaf of the Shiner Beer Bread!

A great combination.



On 9/27/2017 8:34 AM, Eileen Scrivani via Cookinginthedark wrote:
> Theresa,
>
> I make what I call Eileen’s Turkey Croquettes using ground turkey meat. They are quite good.
>
> Here is my recipe and what I do and they are very good, but they are heavy in carbs if you care about that.
>
>
> Eileen’s Turkey Croquettes
>
> Ingredients:
> 2 Lbs. Butter Ball lean ground turkey meat (usually 2 packages of the meat; each having 1 lb.).
> 1 14 Oz can chicken broth.
> 1 large pouch instant brown rice Success or Minute Rice brands).
> 1-1/2 stacks whole wheat Ritz crackers (crushed).
> 1 small can4-8 Oz can sliced mushrooms, drained.
> 1/3 cup grated Romano Parmesan.
> 2 Tbs dried minced Onion.
> 1 tsp ground Black Pepper.
> 2-3 Tbs Ketchup (optional).
>
> Directions:
> Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Grease a no-stick baking sheet (these things really stick to the pan after cooking) set aside.
>
> In a large microwave safe container or bowl pour in the chicken broth. Empty in the contents of the brown rice packet and cook for 6 minutes. Let sit to cool for 3-5 minutes. You will need to remove this container from the microwave with oven-safe gloves.
>
> Add 1.5 stacks of crushed ritz Crackers into the rice and soup mixture. Add the minced onion & black pepper. Stir to mix.
> Drain all liquid from the can of sliced mushrooms and add them to the mixture. Stir to mix.
>
> Add in the 2 Lbs of ground turkey, crumbeling it as you add it in. Add the 1/3 Cp of parmesan cheese and mix well. If the mixture is too wet you can try adding in the remaining 1/2 stack of the crackers &/or add a bit more of the grated cheese. Additionally you can add ketchup in small quantities to give a little tangy taste.
>
> I make my patties large so get somewhere between 7-8 patties out of 2 Lbs of meat. Sometimes I try to cut down on the crackers by only adding 1-1/2 stacks instead of the full 2 stacks. They are heavy so I like to have a green veggie to go with them.
>
> Bake at 400 degrees 50 minutes. Remove from oven and let cool down. Use a spatchula to help get them off the baking sheet.
>
> HTH.
>
> Eileen
>
> From: Teresa Mullen via Cookinginthedark
> Sent: Tuesday, September 26, 2017 9:45 PM
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> Cc: Teresa Mullen
> Subject: [CnD] Ground turkey
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>
> Hello everyone
> I hope all is well with you all and cooking.  I have a question, my mom gave me two packages of ground turkey I never cooked turkey before would like some recipes, I'm thinking about meatloaf or meatballs any suggestions on how to make these items out of Turkey thank you in advance Teresa Sanchez sent from my iPhone
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