Easiest Chicken or Turkey Brunswick Stew

My Brunswick Stew is thick and a great way to use up canned vegetables with leftover chicken or turkey. It doesn’t get any easier than this to make stew and it tasted so good! In a large pot add the vegetables, making sure they are completely drained. Add the tomato sauce, crushed tomatoes, Rotel, BBQ sauce (or ketchup), chicken (or […]

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Salt Brined Turkey

Have you ever brined a turkey with just salt and no liquid? The salt causes the moisture to leave the skin. During baking it makes the most delicious crispy skin that seals in the moisture in the turkey. It may not look as pretty as an unsalted turkey but once you taste it you won’t care. To see how to […]

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Turkey or Chicken Noodle Soup

After eating so much food over the holidays, a simple turkey (or chicken) soup will really taste good. When they had turkey on sale, just before Thanksgiving, we bought two extra and I cut them up into sections and then I froze the sections in quantities to make soup with. This made for a very inexpensive and delicious meal. In […]

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Napa Valley Turkey Salad

This was the best turkey salad I have ever had! I would never have dreamed of putting this dressing on my turkey salad and it was amazing. Add some chopped pecans, green onions and it is the perfect salad. I didn’t have pecans or green onions so I left them out and it was still delicious! To see the step […]

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Leftover Turkey – Tetrazzini

This is a great way to use up leftover turkey or chicken. I have even made this with rotisserie chicken from the store which was super delicious. This is made with pasta, mushrooms and a creamy parmesan cheese sauce. To see my step by step directions with pictures and a printable recipe card click HERE. http://www.InDianesKitchen.com

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Salted Roast Turkey

How many times do you want to make a turkey for Thanksgiving dinner and try a different way than usual? Well I finally got that chance. I am not hosting Thanksgiving dinner this year and we bought this 13 pound turkey for only 47 cents a pound! I have always wanted to make a liquid salt brine and brine the […]

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