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At MTG, we have a real passion for cooking, be it a simple stew or an elaborate meal.  We don't just make the products, we cook with them too.  We have a lot of different tastes, to be sure, but you'll find a common ingredient in our pantries: MTG stocks and sauces. We share our recipes with one another, and we're really happy to share them with you.  Recipes for all occasions, cooking skills and dietary lifestyles, sorted by product.  We hope you enjoy them as much as we do. Good cooking! 

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Three-Pepper Rice Pilaf

This spicy rice dish is the perfect accompaniment for a Tex-Mex or Southwestern main dish. It's also terrific on its own, perhaps with some cooked chicken or sautéed shrimp stirred in, or a little Pepper Jack or Cheddar cheese grated over the top.

Tina's Slow-Cooked Meat Minestrone

Here’s a great recipe for a cold weather day, shared with us by a family member of MTG. Tim, also known as “Tina” (we don’t know why) carries a bit of MTG in his backpack on his annual trip to a cabin in Wisconsin. We’re told he also packs a brew or two (it is Wisconsin, after all). After a long day of trekking, fishing, and sometimes hunting, Tina and his buddies return to a cabin filled with the wonderful, inviting aromas of this slow-cooked dish. You don’t have to go to a cabin in Wisconsin to enjoy this nourishing meal. A crusty roll is a nice complement, too. Try it and tell us what you think. We’ll be sure to pass your comments on to Tina.

Tortellini Soup with Italian Sausage

A great supper for a crowd, this hearty soup is chock full of vegetables, pasta, and Italian sausage. It reheats well and can be frozen, so you can make a batch ahead and have a tasty meal ready in minutes.

Traditional Bolognese Meat Sauce

If you haven't savored real meat sauce, you're missing one of Italy's great treasures. The long, slow cooking of aromatic vegetables with beef, veal, and pork make this ragù memorable. Finished with a little light cream and a touch of butter, the sauce is smooth and silky. If you're feeling creative, add mushrooms, sausage meat, capers, olives…or whatever. Ladle over al dente pasta and sprinkle on freshly grated Parmigiano Reggiano.

Turkey and Wild Rice Soup

An elegant way to use leftover turkey--combine it with chewy wild rice in a rich, creamy soup scented with sherry.

Turkey Hash

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.

Turkey Orzo Soup

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.

Turkey Shepherd's Pie with Sweet Potato Crust

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.

Turkey Tetrazzini

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.

Turkey Tortilla Soup

This tasty and easy-to-put-together soup is a great way to use leftover turkey. No leftovers? No problem--use rotisserie chicken instead.

Tuscan Baked Beans

Tender, creamy white beans simmered with rosemary, sage, and garlic and topped with a crisp, golden breadcrumb crust—it's a classic to serve with grilled or roasted lamb, pork, or chicken.

Tuscan Beef Stew with Polenta

Tender chunks of beef are braised with onions, red peppers, and garlic in red wine and our savory Glace de Viande Gold. Stir in some fresh basil and serve this flavorful stew in a wide bowl over a mound of warm polenta. Mangia!

Tuscan-Style Fried Sage Leaves

We get raves every time we serve these crunchy, lightly-battered leaves. They're incomparable!

Ultimate Croutons

Have you ever bought a splendid loaf of bread only to have it go stale? Have you wanted a special garnish for your soup or salad? These croutons will do just that! The flavor is sensational, and, from a heart-healthy standpoint, duck fat is similar to olive oil.

Veal Osso Buco

This braised veal dish is a classic from Piedmont, Italy. Thick veal shanks are cooked gently in a savory broth with garlic, white wine, tomatoes, a zing of lemon, and the earthy flavor of olives until the veal is fall-off-the-bone tender. Serve it as the Italians do with a side of our Risotto Milanese and a great bottle of red wine from Piedmont like a Barolo or Barbaresco.

Veal, Artichoke, & Mushroom Stew

When artichokes and mushrooms are partnered with the palest veal, Glace de Poulet Gold adds just the flavor needed for the rich sauce without overpowering the other ingredients for this delicious mushroom stew. This hearty dish gets better as it sits, so you can make it ahead. Double it for a crowd. Serve over buttered noodles, rice, or couscous. Everyone will love this veal, artichoke and mushroom stew.

Vegetable Curry

Serve this fragrant South Indian-style curry over basmati or jasmine rice for an outstanding vegetarian meal. If you like, stir in some chunks of tofu, shrimp, or diced cooked chicken or pork.

Vegetable Soup with Pasta and Tofu

This vegan soup is filled with flavor from plenty of veggies, smoked tofu, and pasta, all brought together with our Classic (AVA-Certified) Vegetable Stock. It's the perfect lunch or dinner for a chilly day!

Vegetable Soup with Spaghetti Squash Noodles

This tasty soup brimming with with vegetables makes a great, healthy, anytime meal.

Vegetable Stew Dijonnaise

Everyone knows that Dijon is the mustard capital of France. For this hearty vegetarian main course, a rainbow of vegetables simmer in a rich Veggie-Glace Gold broth scented with plenty of mustard, then it's thickened with half-and-half and a touch of cornstarch. Serve this stew over brown rice, barley, or bulgur. If you like, add tofu cubes.

Vegetable Stew with Lentils and Kale

This hearty vegetarian main dish is perfect for a chilly fall or winter evening. It's made with carrots, butternut squash, and turnips in this version, but feel free to substitute other vegetables such as parsnips, cauliflower, rutabagas, broccoli, or celery root in any combination you like.

Vegetarian Gravy with Roasted Garlic

This rich and flavorful gravy makes a celebration out of mashed potatoes and roasted veggies--or try it spooned over a warm dish of creamy polenta.

Vegetarian Pasta Fagioli

Originally this hearty Italian peasant dish was meatless--to take advantage of inexpensive ingredients like beans and pasta. Our version is made the traditional way, with dried beans and plenty of rosemary and garlic. Feel free to add more vegetables, such as fennel, celery root, cauliflower, or fresh green beans, if you like. Top your masterpiece with a drizzle of good olive oil and some grated Pecorino Romano cheese.

Vegetarian Split Pea Soup

Although often made with a ham bone, this version of split pea soup is so hearty and heart healthy you won't miss the meat. Serve with thick slices of rustic bread.
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