Turkey Breast With Green Beans

In the mood for something comforting, yet healthy? Try this soy sauce glazed turkey breast! Serve it with a light side, like green beans, because they’re rich in vitamins, minerals and fiber and go perfectly with the meat. And if you feel like something more, add some peanuts for a little extra crunch.

Whole Roasted Turkey

Preparing for Thanksgiving Day dinner? Well, we know turkey is in the menu, and cooking it any other way than roasted and stuffed seems like a blasphemy. We’ve filled it with a nice combo of ingredients: potato, onion, orange, mushrooms, and bell pepper. After a three hour visit in the oven it was ready, and boy, was it delicious!

Rice Pudding Brulee

Rice Pudding Brulee

And here’s a recipe that brings together homemade classics like rice pudding and creme brulee. If you’re a fan of those, then this just might be your favorite dessert. It’s ready in half an hour without too much fuss, all the more reason to enjoy it.

Leftover Turkey and Zucchini Tacos

Put those turkey leftovers to good use and make these wonderful tacos tonight! All you have to do is cook some veggies, mix them with the leftover turkey and wrap everything in a tortilla! We’ve used zucchini and carrots for the vegetable filling, but you can use almost anything, from bell peppers and green peas to mushrooms and eggplant. Serve these tacos with yogurt on top for a fresh touch!

Turkey and Bread Casserole

Turkey and Bread Casserole

The meal for Thanksgiving Day might have been awesome, but surely you haven’t finished all your turkey. You can put those delicious leftovers to work by cooking them in a new dish, like this casserole, for example, with veggies and mozzarella. It’s got lots of flavors, so we’ll let you try it and see for yourself!

Butter-Roasted Turkey Thigh

Got a nice turkey thigh that you want to cook? Here’s a great idea for a delicious meal. Mix a generous amount of butter with parsley, garlic, and lemon juice. Use the mixture to cover the turkey. Slide it in the oven and you will enjoy a delicious meat, crispy on the outside, and deliciously tender on the inside.

Special Thanksgiving Turkey

Thanksgiving is that special time of the year when we enjoy quality time with family and friends around a delicious dinner! And, no doubt about it, turkey is the star of this holiday season. You have probably made it plenty of times before, but here is a recipe for whole roasted turkey, filled with lots of surprising ingredients, and cooked in a way that ensures the meat is as tender as it can be. So fire up your oven and try it! You might even make it for other occasions. Until then, Happy Thanksgiving from us!

Fruity Turkey Curry

Are you ready to try a curry with a fruity twist? That’s right, it’s full of exotic fruits and flavors like pineapple, banana and apple. We’ve got an amazing sauce, made with orange juice and heavy cream, flavored with curry and coconut flakes. You can use the recipe on a variety of meats, but in our case we’ve used turkey, which ended up being absolutely delicious!

Pecan and Chocolate Tart

In the mood for a delicious tart? Why not try one with pecan nuts? They have a nice nutty flavor and are very healthy as well. They are rich in vitamins and minerals, and are sure to boost your energy levels. Add some chocolate to the mix and in just 20 minutes, your dessert is ready, and it is to die for!

Roasted Tex Mex Pork Ribs

This pork ribs recipe will make your family dinner fresh, delicious, and easy to cook. All you need to do is rub the ribs with spices and then wait for the oven to do all the cooking.

Meringue Filled Orange

Freshness, sweetness, a little bit of sourness, great aroma, and lots of vitamins! That’s what oranges are all about! Use these fruit to make amazing desserts. This one is worth trying: scoop out the pulp of the orange and fill it up with a meringue cream.

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