I've been looking for a while for a recipe for turkey tetrazzini. The one at the middle school my mother works at is sooo delicious. I used this recipe as a guideline b/c it wasn't quite like theirs. But after a few adjustments using what I know is in their tetrazzini and from previous reviews, this was a delicious meal!
1. I cut the recipe in half and still lots left over.
2.I used egg noodles (much better)
3.I used NO fresh mushrooms, bell pepper, green peas, nor sherry.(but this is personal preference)
4.I did use water (if not it would have been too dry, sorry)
5.I used a stalk of celery and pimentos to replace the peppers/peas.
6.Since I don't cook whole turkeys or chicken, I used canned turkey (you can also buy chicken this way. This is for people looking for shortcuts)
7.Thanks to other reviews, I too used velveeta cheese (more expensive but soooo delicious)
8.I used the Worcestershire sauce, but won't the next time. I don't like the smell or taste too much. Not needed.
9.After transferring to the baking dish, I sprinkled store bought bread crumbs (also for those who want short cuts)across the top of the casserole and sprinkled melted country crock spread and cheese on top of that.
10. I let it sit for about 10 minutes after taking it out of the oven, served with green beans and crescent rolls.
My family loved it!
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I've been looking for a while for a recipe for turkey tetrazzini. The one at the middle school...