Synonymous with Christmas, turkey is actually a good ingredient for more than the biggest roast of the year! Try it in curries, soup, curry, quiches and salads plus other imaginative ways to use up the leftovers in the week after the festive celebrations.
Pork, apples, walnuts and herbs feature in this wonderful stuffing recipe, given to Delia by an American family at a Thanksgiving dinner. The pork and apples add moistness, helping the turkey to remain succulent.
Well, what can we say? Simply that thousands of you will be feasting on this foolproof turkey recipe on Christmas Day and enjoying compliments from everyone!
If you want a golden, succulent, flavourful turkey at Christmas, with a superb stuffing, there really is no other recipe to use than this one!
Making a stock from the turkey allows you to then treat yourself to this warming, satisfying soup - the ultimate in comfort food, with cream, rice and vegetables added to the turkey and ham.
This lovely turkey recipe is different but we can guarantee that your guests will love it: the sharpness of apricots is the perfect foil for the richness of turkey.
Since starting the How to Cook series I have at last hit on the very best way to get really crisp roast duck. If you've got a Gressingham duck then you'll have lots to eat as well as a really superb flavour.
The great thing about stir-fries is speed, and the great thing about turkey stir-fries is that the meat is already trimmed and prepared.
This is one of the fastest recipes ever, yet absolutely five star. Because the flavour is so good you can't believe it all happens as quickly as it does. For this reason, make sure you have everything prepared and assembled ahead.
However unpromising the giblets look, they make a wonderful stock for the turkey gravy and the meat from them will provide a Christmas lunch for a deserving cat or dog.
If you've roasted a turkey at Christmas, you can easily make lots of gorgeous stock from the carcass which will, in turn, allow you to create this sumptuous turkey soup!
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