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Recipe Reviews 9 reviews
Turkey Potato Casserole
YUM! My whole family loved this. I layered prepared wild rice stuffing mix on bottom, turkey on top (left over from the great crockpot turkey breast recipe on this site), then sauteed mushrooms, onion and celery on top of that, canned green beans next, then one can Golden Mushroom, one can 98% fat free Cream of mushroom soup, both mixed together with some leftover turkey broth, soy sauce and pepper, then topped it all with some homemade mashed potatos (made with fat free evaporated milk) and finally, a sprinkling of 2% shredded cheddar. If making it from Thanksgiving leftovers, I would have most of these ingredients already prepared. Everyone had seconds and a few of us had thirds.... Really, really good!

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 19, 2009
Slow Cooker Turkey Breast
This was so easy and came out absolutely delish! I think I'll make this regularly to have turkey for sandwiches during the week -- way better than cold cuts and you don't have to do the whole Thanksgiving turkey thing to get it! This would also be a great way to make extra white meat for a holiday when you're worried that your turkey won't be enough. I put about a half a cup of white wine in the bottom of the crock pot, added some thickly sliced carrots, a sliced onion, about 4 stalks of choppped celery and a couple garlic cloves. Added salt and pepper, placed the turkey breast on top, with the onion soup spread on it and under the skin and cooked it on low for 8 hours. When it was done, I sauteed some mushrooms (4 containers: two each Baby Bellas and shitakes, sliced), onion and garlic in a little olive oil and butter in a skillet, then added 1/2 cup white wine and about 2 cups of the broth from the crock pot. I brought that to a boil and mixed another half cup of broth with a couple tablespoons corn starch to make a "slurry". I added that to the skillet and it was so delicious over the turkey! Thanks for a great recipe!!

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Reviewed On: Oct. 15, 2007
Italian Sausage Tortellini Soup
YUM! My kids each had 3 bowls! I used fresh,packaged whole wheat cheese ravioli, canned tomatoes, and added fresh corn off the cob (had some left over from last night's cook out) and fresh basil just before serving. I also used homemade chicken broth that I had in the freezer, instead of beef. I added a dash of chili powder and crushed red pepper because the grocery store was out of spicy Italian sausage, which I wanted to use instead of sweet. This was tasty and healthy! Looking forward to tomorrow's leftovers! I will make this often.

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Reviewed On: Jul. 29, 2007
 
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