The Month of Burgers – Greek Turkey Burgers

Greek Turkey Burgers
Greek Turkey Burgers with Couscous and Tabuleh

Greek Turkey Burgers

My good friend gave me some tabouleh, easily the best I have ever had. We will be featuring that recipe soon. Anyway, what goes better with tabouleh than Greek Turkey Burgers and some curried couscous.

These burgers are great for the summer, on the outdoor grill, or on an indoor cast iron griddle. Use your favorite Feta cheese.  There are many varieties available, my favorite is French.  Of course, if you don’t like Feta cheese, you could substitute your favorite cheese instead.  Don’t be afraid of putting mint, it’s not going to taste like a peppermint candy.

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The Month of Italian – Curried Chicken Risotto

Curried Chicken Risotto
Curried Chicken Risotto

 

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This was something that I kind of threw together at the last moment, and it turned out to be quite tasty and easy to make. It’s the month of Italian, and risotto is a traditional Italian dish made from arborio rice.  Curry is Indian, but I’m sure Marco Polo probably brought the spice back to Italy from his year-long stay in India, so this is fusion cuisine.  Please enjoy this easy to make Curried Chicken Risotto with your own garnishes.

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Turkey Stroganoff with Shallots

Turkey Stoganoff

Serendipity
An unsought, unintended, and/or unexpected, but fortunate, discovery and/or learning experience that happens by accident

~ Wiktionary

This Turkey Stroganoff was certainly serendipitous.  I don’t usually buy the ground breast of turkey because it has such little flavor.   But, it was on sale, so I thought why not?  How awful could it be? When it was finished it was full of flavor and delicious. It’s quick and easy, perfect for a weeknight when you are tired, coming home from work and hungry for something good and quick.

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Kung Pao Chicken – Boswell Style

Kung Pao Chicken
Kung Pao Chicken

Kung Pao Chicken – Boswell Style

This is my son’s favorite Kung Pao chicken.  It’s spicy but not as tongue blazing as the dish at our local Chinese restaurant, which we love.  This is also very simple to make, and you probably have the ingredients in your kitchen already – well, maybe not the Hoisin sauce, but that is available at a supermarket near you.  It’s also very easy to add more heat if you want, just add more peppers.

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