A few of my friends are hosting Thanksgiving with their families for the weekend this year, and in need of ideas on what to serve them. Turkey tacos are a great idea for a post Thanksgiving day gathering. They’re a great idea if you have a lot of leftover turkey. You can shred the entire batch of leftover meat and convert it into this wonderful recipe.
The holiday season is full of high salt, high fat dishes, that applies girth and weight. Now, I’m not complaining, nor do I suggest you dispense with your favorite dishes. But if you are interested in adding something with minimal fat, but still packs a very tasty punch, try my curried turkey endive salad bites. They are delicious.
Turkey tenderloin tempura is a super easy appetizer for Thanksgiving. You just can’t go wrong, simply marinade for 1 hour to apply flavor to the turkey tenderloin, then dip in batter and fry for 3-4 minutes and et voila, you have a nice appetizer for your cocktail party or dinner.
Turkey sausage skillet with crispy potatoes is a great one for anyone in the family. The vibrant colors of the ingredients will entice everyone. It will appeal to the senses of young ones too. This is also a great meal for afterwork, it takes no time to rustle up, and the ingredients are always so easy to find.
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.
For Thanksgiving a large bird is not always an option for smaller families and those on a budget, so the dish I’m sharing with you today is very cost effective and can also be scaled up or down dependent upon the number of people you’re feeding. Yam and Cranberry Stuffed Turkey Tenderloin, it’s a great alternative to the traditional bird for Thanksgiving, and one turkey tenderloin is more than enough for one person.