Monday, December 30, 2013

Turkey Lurkey: Honeyed Turkey Gobbler

The end of the turkey … the end of the year! It was a Big Bird, and we ate it all, with the scraps and bones destined for the soup pot. Oops! Not that kind of Big Bird …!
Headed for the soup pot? Oh-oh ...
Todays recipe is dead - um, very - simple. It would be nice to have the turkey drippings the recipe calls for, but butter works equally well. As long as you can muster up the 4 c. diced turkey youll need to make this, you’ve got yourself a meal that serves 4, and a Big Bird thats only a memory! Um … I’d best move on to that recipe before I scare someone.

Honeyed Turkey Gobbler:

4 c. diced cooked turkey, in 1-in. chunks
1-½ c. liquid honey
¾ c. prepared mustard (ballpark” mustard - the bright yellow kind)
1 tbsp. curry powder
¾ c. turkey drippings or melted butter
Cooked rice, to serve 4 (see Note)

Preheat oven to 350 deg. F. Place turkey in 1-qt. (1 L) ungreased casserole dish. Combine remaining ingredients in small bowl; pour over turkey, tossing well. Cover and bake 30-to-35 min. or until hot and bubbly, stirring occasionally. Yields 4 servings - over rice is nice. 

Note: See Index for How to Cook Rice

Dice cooked turkey into 1-in. chunks

Combine sauce ingredients, pouring over turkey

Bake until hot and bubbly

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