Homemade Turkey Breakfast Sausage Patties with Sage and Fennel

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Tired of bland breakfast patties filled with who knows what? Build your sausage from the ground (turkey) up with this harmonious medley of woody sage, sharp, pungent garlic, licoricey fennel seeds, and crushed red pepper flakes. Read on to add this savory recipe to your can’t-be-beat collection of morning staples.

Level Up Your Comfort Food Game with This Balsamic Turkey Meatloaf

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Forget everything you thought you knew about the classic meaty comfort food. When you dig into this balsamic turkey meatloaf, you are simply going to be blown away. This dish is tangy and savory with a sweet tomato sauce on top, making the moist, flavorful entree a serious showstopper. Get the recipe now.

Why You Should Dry Brine a Chicken or Turkey (and How to Do It)

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Are ready for the meatiest, juiciest, bird meat that you’ve ever had? Looking for that perfect crispy skin? Are your poultry dishes coming out too dry? We have the answer. Try dry brining. It’s easy, simple, and guaranteed to lock in flavor and juices where they need to be. Read more now.

Goulash with Turkey Meatballs

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A quick and easy recipe designed to be prepared quickly for the busy family. The reduced sodium canned tomatoes and use of ground turkey makes this recipe a little more healthy than the traditional comfort food cooked by many. Preparation is a snap and makes for great fare during the short days of winter.

How to Wet Brine Your Thanksgiving Turkey

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Do you look forward to moist meat year after year, only to find that your Thanksgiving turkey is dry and disappointing? Try brining! We share our tips for making a concoction of salt, sugar, spices, and water to seal the moisture into your bird, with delicious roasted results. Read more on Foodal now.