well I have made Chili from ground turkey and also turkey burgers..I use the usual recipe I do with ground beef for the chili thats... an onion chopped,,piece of ginger chopped, any amount of ground beef, can of toms, can of kidney beans including juices of both, I add a little curry paste to mine as I love curry also a pkt of chili mix,.I saute it all in a pan then pop it into the slow crockpot for half a day ..I serve it on rice...For the burgers just mix some turmeric in an amount of grated onion a small amount of whole grain bread .,mix together , you can also add some low fat feta cheese .Again saute in a skillet in evoo ...
Because I have gallstones I've had to switch compeltely to Kangaroo and Turkey Mince. I have found that ANY recipe using ground beef can easily be switched to Turkey. So Lasagna, tacos, chili, burgers, meatloaf, etc. all have turned out well for me.
i had to do a double take at your comment on account of the kangaroo. I live in Cali and we dont have that kinda meat in out local markets, if i may ask how does it taste? i hear its better for you than turkey and ive been wanting to try.
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