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  • Christmas cranberry turkey pie

    Christmas cranberry turkey pie

    This is a great way to use up any leftover turkey from Christmas dinner. This delicious pie recipe combines sweet, fresh cranberries and tender turkey pieces together, baked in a buttery pastry case and topped with a festive pastry star. You can make the pastry from scratch or you can use shop-bought pastry, it is completely up to you! Plus it doesn't take too long to prepare either. The perfect treat for the whole family on Boxing Day!

    • 4
    (4 ratings)
  • Gordon Ramsay's roast turkey with lemon, parsley and garlic

    Gordon Ramsay's roast turkey with lemon, parsley and garlic

    Gordon Ramsay's roast turkey recipe is a Christmas favourite. This delicious, easy to make turkey is flavoured with lemon, parsley and garlic. Gordon says: 'This is my favourite way to roast turkey – with a savoury butter under the skin to keep the breast meat moist and flavourful. To ensure both the turkey and pork stuffing are cooked properly, I bake the stuffing separately. Another of my secrets is to rest the turkey for a couple of hours or more. As it relaxes, the juices are re-absorbed, making the meat succulent, tender and easier to carve. It may seem like a long time, but the texture will be improved the longer you leave the turkey to rest. Piping hot gravy will restore the heat.' This recipe takes 3hrs to prepare and cook and serves between 8-10 people. Any leftovers would make a delicious curry the next day!

    • 4
    (798 ratings)
  • Turkey curry

    Turkey curry

    Turkey curry is obviously the perfect way to use up any meat you've got from Christmas day, but this recipe is so good we think it's worth making from scratch, even when you haven't got leftover meat. Because of this we've made sure the recipe works with both cooked and raw turkey. If you're using cooked meat for a leftover turkey curry, simply shred any meat into the sauce and heat through thoroughly. Once you've made this tasty twist on a classic curry recipe you'll want to make it again and again - it's so flavoursome. You can serve your turkey curry with rice as you would any other curry, or treat yourself to some naan bread or poppadoms.

    • 3
    (94 ratings)
  • Turkey stew recipe

    Turkey stew

    This succulent turkey stew recipe is a great way to use up any leftovers from Christmas Day when you're bored of plain old turkey sandwiches. Because turkey is such a lean meat this would also be perfect for a healthy supper throughout the cooler months and, dare we say it, would even be worth buying some turkey breast meat especially for. Made with rich tomato purée, punchy garlic and fragrant bay leaves it transforms turkey into a gorgeous family meal, whether you've got leftover meat from Christmas or just fancy a change from chicken at any other time of the year. We've made sure our turkey stew is easy to make, with just fifteen minutes prep required and then a slow bubble on the stove, leaving you free to get on with other things. And depending on what you fancy this stew is lovely served with a variety of sides - rice works really well to mop up the juices but mashed potatoes are also delicious with the rich sauce.

    • 3
    (8 ratings)
  • How to carve a turkey

    Love a nice turkey roast dinner but have no idea how to carve it up to serve? Do your attempts at carving always end up a bit of a mess? We're here to help!

    • 5
    (6 ratings)
  • Turkey Pie

    Turkey pie with leeks and mushroom

    Turkey pie is a delicious and easy way to use up your turkey leftovers after Christmas dinner. This filling turkey pie, packed with tender turkey pieces and fresh vegetables, makes a heartwarming family meal that you can whip up without much effort. To make this tasty turkey pie, you'll only need about 10 mins in the kitchen to prep it, and then all you have to is pop it the oven and let it bake for about 20 mins. To make this turkey recipe easier and quicker, we've used ready-made puff pastry, so you can have a filling meal ready in about 30 mins from scratch - ideal if you're still tired from all the Christmas cooking. Tuck in!

    • 3
    (102 ratings)
  • Thanksgiving turkey and gravy

    Thanksgiving roast turkey and mustard gravy

    Thanksgiving turkey and gravy is just what you'd expect - a deliciously rich roast with a punchy American sauce. If you're having friends and family for the celebrations then this meal is ideal, it takes very little prep and can be popped in the oven after just 20 minutes to cook away while you get on with something else. Traditional accompaniments include mashed potatoes and green bean casserole - delicious!

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Turkey and ham pie

    Turkey and ham pie

    Turkey and ham pie is the perfect way to make the most of your Christmas leftovers. A traditional turkey and ham pie contains lots of vegetable and is the perfect 'use up' dish. You can add almost any veg you like to your turkey and ham pie, which is fab if you've got lots of greens leftover from Christmas day. To make this delicious turkey and ham pie, you'll only need 15 mins in the kitchen to prep it, and then another 40 mins to let it bake in the oven. Of course you can make this turkey and ham pie any time of year, not just at Christmas, but you're very likely to have more leftover turkey meat after the holidays. It's really delicious comfort food and you will find yourself making it time and time again. If you're looking for a comforting, filling and delicious pie recipe, this turkey and ham pie is the perfect option. The whole family will love it!

    • 3
    (92 ratings)
  • jerk burger

    Jerk turkey burger

    Our jerk burgers are a spicy Caribbean twist on your normal burger. These flavourful jerk burgers are given a healthy twist using lower fat turkey mince. Either cooked in a pan in your kitchen or over a hot barbecue, the smell of these jerk burgers are going to ensure that no one craves boring old beef. Load these aromatic and fiery burgers up with all of the toppings and you’ll feel like you’re basking on a Caribbean island in no time! If you don’t want to cook these in a pan, why not do them over the barbecue. Make sure the barbecue is nice and hot and cook them for the same amount of time. Enjoy the smoky aroma wafting the Caribbean spices around - yum.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Joe Wicks Turkey burger

    Joe Wicks' McLeanie turkey burger

    Joe Wicks' McLeanie burger will soon become your favourite Lean in 15 recipe. Bursting with flavour, this healthy burger recipe takes only 15 mins to make - and even less time to eat! Rather than making his lean burger with chicken, Joe Wicks picked turkey, which is just as lean and sometimes cheaper than chicken. To season the turkey mince and really give it a delicious flavour, Joe combines fish sauce, coriander and onions and adds it to the mince, before shaping it into patties, so the flavour really sticks. To make this turkey burger, Joe suggests getting regular buns, but you can also eat them on their own with a side salad if you're cutting down on carbohydrates or simply want a lighter meal. This turkey burger recipes serves 2, but you can always double up if you're feeding more people. Making burgers from scratch is great if you want to control how much salt you're eating, as you know exactly what's going in your patty. Joe says: 'Another burger recipe? Guilty. Well, I did say I love burgers. And remember a turkey is not just for Christmas – combined with all these tasty ingredients, you really won’t be disappointed with this super-lean hero burger.'

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Leftover chicken bake

    Chicken and potato bake

    This chicken and potato bake is a great way of using up leftover roast chicken or turkey. Just mix it in with bacon, herbs and potatoes to make this tasty bake. This easy leftover chicken bake uses a rich creamy sauce which works wonders with the tender cuts of chicken meat and soft, buttery potatoes on top. If you don't have any bacon in the fridge you could opt for other hams instead like pancetta or leave out altogether. A delicious, wholesome meal for all the family. This recipe serves 2 people and will take around 1hr and 15 mins to cook. It's well worth the wait and the quantities in this recipe can be double or tripled to suit your family. This dish is great for hiding veggies too so add some leafy greens like spinach or kale to the chicken filling to count towards your family's 5-a-day. This recipe best made and eaten on the same day.

    • 3
    (75 ratings)
  • Turkey lasagne

    Turkey lasagne

    Turkey lasagne is a really fab alternative to beef - it's leaner but just as delicious, simply swap out the beef for turkey for a delicious family dish. Not only is turkey mince just as tasty, it often works out cheaper than beef too, so you'll be able to save on your weekly shop. If you've never used turkey mince before, don't worry it's just the same as any other mince you'd use and the method for making this lasagne recipe is pretty much the same as a classic lasagne recipe, simply using turkey. This will soon become a family favourite that you'll find yourself making time and time again so why not try it tonight!

    • 3
    (65 ratings)

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