Thanksgiving is on its way and I’m experimenting with turkey. Turkey has never really been one of my favorite meats, but now that I’m getting older, it has become necessary to add leaner meats to my diet, and explore recipes that work for me. Hence, butternut squash pasta with turkey. A lovely dish, full of fall flavors.
Butternut squash pasta with turkey is so yummy. A single serving for dinner is quite filing, when I had the leftovers for lunch, I split the serving in half.
This dish is cheap to create. Every ingredient is likely to be less than $6.00, and many ingredients will have plenty left over for other meals. Do I hear BONUS?!
If you are single and living alone, butternut squash pasta with turkey is the kind of meal that you can make a batch of and have one serving for dinner and split the other servings for lunch during the week. I created one meal portions with my leftovers and placed them in the fridge. Freezing is an option also, but for no more than one month.
Celebrating Thanksgiving alone and don’t want to tackle a big bird? This dish is ideal. Don’t worry, you’ll still have room for some pumpkin pie.
Butternut squash pasta with turkey would make for a nice brunch dish during the run up to, or just after Thanksgiving. Perhaps someone in your family is hosting the big Thanksgiving meal, but you have guests visiting around the holiday. Well, pull out this recipe, and give them something on theme and tasty to boot!
Whenever you decide to make this dish you will enjoy it, and that’s what matters most.