Our Pantry - Recipes Using Roasted Turkey Stock
Add a different twist to the gravy this year with the tart sweet flavor of apple cider, complemented by the aroma of fresh sage and a splash of apple brandy. Perfect with roast turkey and all the trimmings!
This savory-sweet stuffing, studded with fresh pears, dried cranberries, dried apricots, and pecans and scented with rosemary and sage makes a delicious complement to roast pork or chicken, as well as turkey.
Our take on a comfort food classic: tasty chunks of chicken and vegetables enrobed in a savory cream sauce spiked with sherry, all topped with a crisp, buttery, golden brown crust.
Here's a tried-and-true method used by generations of cooks for silky, savory pan gravy to go with your holiday bird. The key is our superb roasted turkey stock. This method also works well for nearly any roast poultry, game, or meat--just substitute one of our other stocks for the turkey stock, and you'll have a delicious gravy every time. For a gluten-free gravy, just substitute rice flour for the wheat flour in the recipe.
Hearty cornbread studded with savory vegetables, sausage, and sweet apples--perfect with your Thanksgiving bird or a roast duck or chicken.
Rather than serving the same old stuffing with your holiday turkey, try this fragrant couscous with dried cranberries and toasted pecans. It takes just minutes to prepare and will surely gather raves. The secret is More Than Gourmet's Glace de Volaille Gold mixed with a touch of orange juice for a flavor that gives just a hint of the bird's taste. If there are leftovers the day after, add diced turkey and toss with a mustard vinaigrette for a savory salad.
During the winter holidays, and especially Thanksgiving, our large and extended family would return to our childhood home in St. Paul and celebrate a grand feast together. Great fun, great food, a lot of laughter and sometimes a bit of chaos in the kitchen. When it was gravy time, we all knew to step aside and concede the stove, the whole kitchen, to Grandma Chubby as she prepared her gravy. No distractions allowed - this was serious business! We're delighted to share our version of Grandma Chubby's turkey gravy, and we hope you enjoy it as much as we do. Happy Holidays.
Savory browned mushrooms and the scent of fresh and dried herbs make this stuffing one to remember. Save some--if you can--to enjoy with a little leftover gravy!
A classic stuffing, flavored with herbs, onion, sausage, and apple and moistened with our Glace de Volaille Gold--it's the perfect accompaniment to your gorgeous holiday bird.
These hearty and colorful root vegetables coated with a savory sweet glaze make a superb side dish for a simple autumn dinner or a festive holiday meal.
Never again will left-over turkey be thought of as mundane once you feast on this delectable risotto. Sautéed white mushrooms and onions along with Arborio rice become creamy yet al dente as turkey stock is slowly stirred into this traditional Italian dish. Then add splash of white wine, diced turkey, and Parmigiano. If you're in a flamboyant mood, you might shave on fresh white truffles. For the rest of us mortals, this is already a heavenly celebration that must be served immediately.
This is our take on a traditional soup from the Yucatan region of Mexico. The tang of the limes combines almost magically with spices, garlic, cilantro, and chicken or turkey for a wonderfully flavorful result.
Mexican cooking at its sweet and savory finest: a complex mixture of the smoky heat of dried chiles, aromatic toasted spices, garlic, tomatoes, nuts, and raisins, with an almost magical depth created by the addition of a small amount of unsweetened chocolate. This classic sauce is worth every minute it takes to create. Mole is traditionally served with turkey, but it also pairs beautifully with chicken, pork, or veal.
Full of plump oysters and tender cornbread, this classic Southern dressing is so good it's served for both Thanksgiving and Christmas in many homes!
This hearty, warming soup is a great way to use leftover turkey to create a simple supper. Just simmer some vegetables and barley in savory turkey stock and add some turkey. A green salad and some good country bread (or leftover Thanksgiving rolls--if there are any) round out the meal.
Serving smoked, grilled or deep-fried turkey this year? No slowly roasting bird with vegetables strewn about in the pan to help make the perfect gravy? No problem! Try our super easy method and you'll never worry about gravy again. You can even make it days ahead of time. The secret: our savory turkey stock and vegetables cooked to caramel perfection in our Graisse de Canard.
Want to try something new for your holiday meals this year? Try this savory stuffing made with sourdough bread, smoky bacon, walnuts, and a whiff of sage. It may become a new family tradition.
A healthy, hearty chili chock-full of veggies and lean turkey accented with plenty of spice and garlic. Perfect for a family dinner or tailgating on the day of the big game.
An elegant way to use leftover turkey--combine it with chewy wild rice in a rich, creamy soup scented with sherry.
One of our favorite ways to savor Thanksgiving leftovers, this hash hits the spot for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Serve it the traditional way topped with a fried egg, maybe with a little leftover gravy drizzled on top and some cranberry sauce on the side.
A great way to use leftover turkey, this soup makes a quick and healthy meal. It's chock-full of veggies and studded with hearty orzo pasta.
Rich, smooth mashed sweet potatoes paired with a hearty combination of ground turkey and vegetables in turkey gravy--this Thanksgiving-inspired one-dish meal is great fall and winter comfort food.
Tender chunks of turkey, mushrooms, peas, and egg noodles in a savory, creamy sauce, with a crisp, golden Parmesan bread crumb topping. Who says casseroles are passé? This one makes them worth bringing back.
This tasty and easy-to-put-together soup is a great way to use leftover turkey. No leftovers? No problem--use rotisserie chicken instead.