Not just for Christmas, turkey makes healthy and delicious everyday meals. Over 150 turkey recipes including salads, burgers, pasta bakes, and of course, whole, roast turkey.
Cooking a turkey can seem daunting but this is an easy recipe that cooks the turkey upside-down with extra flavour coming from butter.
A great use for leftover turkey, simmered in cream sauce and then served over pasta, rice or toast. Enjoy!
I make this soup through winter because it warms me to my toes! You can also use lamb mince with good results.
This recipe includes a delicious coconut mint mayonnaise which perfectly complements the Thai flavours.
This spicy dish can also be made with chicken, beef or pork mince, which also gives you vitamin B6. The capsicum, chilli and onion offer vitamin C and folate, and the cheese provides calcium.
Grated carrot is the secret ingredient that boosts both the flavour and the anti-oxidant power of these low-fat, low-kilojoule burgers.
These colourful wraps make great easy party bites, or work well for school lunches.
My mum always cooks this yummy turkey dish for birthdays, Easter, or Christmas. Very easy to make and its an absolute winner!! Chicken can also be use in instead of turkey.
Delicious! Turkey mince (or pork, beef or chicken work equally well) is made into flavourful meatballs and served with mixed vegetables on lettuce leaves.
Eaten without the skin, turkey makes a healthy, tasty meal. Turkey breast is the leanest of meats, and its mild flavour makes it a versatile ingredient. It also supplies high-quality protein and B vitamins.