Ground Turkey – 5 Ways! — Homemade on a Weeknight — My Meals are on Wheels

If you are looking for ways to make your meals a little healthier, adding Ground Turkey to a recipe that normally calls for ground beef. You can do a straight across trade in your spaghetti, goulash and tacos. A lot of my family’s favorite recipes are made with ground turkey. 5 Ground Turkey Recipes In… Ground […]

Ground Turkey – 5 Ways! — Homemade on a Weeknight — My Meals are on Wheels

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  1. Kally says:

    I have never tried to cook turkey. This post inspires me.

    1. It really isn’t hard. Cooking turkey is like cooking chicken. The only difference to me is that whole turkey’s are larger.

      1. Kally says:

        Somehow the turkey that I have eaten always tasted so dry.

        1. Kally,
          Best advice I can give you is maybe you shouldn’t leave it in quite as long next time. I usually don’t do much of anything after cleaning the turkey except to add onion, celery and seasonings to the cavity. On the outside, I season well and add microwaved butter to it. You can also add small pats of butter under the skin. The more butter you add the better it is. Then cook. I usually have a higher heat for the first 30 minutes or so. Then cook the turkey at 350. Towards the end of the cooking time, I usually turn the broiler on to get the skin browned a bit more.
          I would also advice a smaller turkey to begin with.
          Do you have any trouble cooking a whole chicken?
          Have a good rest of the week.
          Hugs
          Sarah

          1. Kally says:

            Thank you for your tips. I got to try it out your way. I don’t have much issue cooking a whole chicken.

            1. Good luck. Have a good rest of the weekend.

    2. Thank for your comment. Now get in the kitchen and cook some turkey,

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