When you think Alfresco, think Turkey!
There is nothing more enjoyable during the warmer months than alfrescodining with family and friends, and turkey is the perfect addition to anyoutdoor meal! Whether its a poolside barbie, a lazy afternoon in the yard,or kicking back at the beach, an alfresco turkey feast is a delicious andeasy option.
Besides the appeal of being outdoors, alfresco dining is also a favouritechoice because it is inherently simple. Inghams easy turkey recipes allowthe host or hostess to enjoy the people at the meal, rather than spendingtheir time running in and out of the kitchen. After all, dining alfresco ismeant to be relaxing, not stressful.
At your next barbecue, why not try one of these scrumptious Ingham turkeyrecipes? Turkey Chops Caesar Style with ciabatta bread and prosciutto
Turkey chops marinated in lemon juice, olive oil and fresh thyme,served with shaved pear salad and a lemon dressing
Turkey and bacon patties wrapped in bacon or prosciutto ontoasted Turkish bread
Turkey Koftas made with Moroccan flavoured mince
Turkey mince balls or kebabs served alongside homemade hommus andtabouli
The Inghams Todays Turkey website, www.todaysturkey.com.au, hasa complete listing of alfresco cooking ideas to suit any turkey loverspalate. Whether you are looking for a new recipe or for tips on how to cookyour turkey to perfection, the Todays Turkey website is your one stop shop.
Available all year round, Inghams turkey cuts including chops and mince canbe found in the fresh meat cabinet in your local major supermarket.
Ingham is a well-known and trusted Australian brand approaching its 90thbirthday! An old family favourite, Inghams chicken and turkey productsprovide nutritional and tasty meal solutions for any occasion.
Turkey and Bacon Patties on Open HamburgerServes 4
Preparation time: 20 minutes
Cooking time: 8 minutes
80g butter, at room temperature
1 tablespoon seeded mustard
500g turkey mince
1 brown onion, grated
1 cup fresh white breadcrumbs
¼ cup grated parmesan cheese
½ cup flat leaf parsley leaves, finely chopped
4 rashers of bacon, rind removed
4 large flat mushrooms (approx. 8cm across)
½ long Turkish loaf, cut into 2 pieces, split through the centre
4 large green oak lettuce leaves
1. Combine butter and mustard in a bowl. Place butter mixture onto a pieceof baking paper and form into a sausage shape. Roll up in baking paper andsecure ends. Place in refrigerator to become firm.
2. Combine turkey mince, onion, breadcrumbs, parmesan and parsley in alarge bowl. Season with salt and pepper. Divide mixture into 4 evenquantities and form into patties. Wrap a rash of bacon around each pattieand secure with a toothpick if necessary.
3. Heat a barbecue hotplate on medium heat. Add oil to hotplate. Cookpatties on hotplate for 3-4 minutes or until cooked through. Add mushroomsto hotplate and cook for 2-3 minutes on each side or until tender. Spraypieces of Turkish bread with olive oil. Cook on hotplate for 2 minutes eachside or until golden.
4. To serve, place a piece of toasted bread onto each serving plate. Topwith a lettuce leave, turkey pattie, mushroom and a slice of mustard butter.