When you think Alfresco, think Turkey!
The appeal of being outdoors, alfresco dining is also a favourite choicebecause it is inherently simple. Inghams easy turkey recipes allow the hostor hostess to enjoy the people at the meal, rather than spending their timerunning in and out of the kitchen. After all, dining alfresco is meant to berelaxing, 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 Chops Caesar StyleServes 4
Preparation time: 15 minutes
Cooking time: 8 minutes
3 slices Italian ciabatta or sourdough bread
olive oil cooking spray
6 thin slices prosciutto
8 Inghams turkey chops
2 baby cos, trimmed
3 hard boiled eggs, roughly chopped
20g parmesan cheese, shaved
2 egg yolks
1 teaspoons Dijon mustard
1 large garlic clove, crushed
3 anchovy fillets, rinsed and dried
1 tablespoon lemon juice
2/3 cup olive oil
1.Put egg yolks, mustard, garlic, anchovy fillets and vinegar into afood processor and process until well combined. With processor motorrunning, slowly add oil through funnel, until a thick, creamy sauce forms.If too thick, add a little warm water to dilute. Transfer to a bowl.
2.Heat a barbecue hotplate and chargrill over medium heat. Spray slicesof bread, liberally with olive oil. Cook bread for 2-3 minutes on each sideor until golden and crisp. Transfer to a large plate. Cook prosciutto on hotplate for 1-2 minutes on each side or until crisp. Transfer to plate withbread. Cut bread into 2cm cubes or tear into small pieces. Break prosciuttointo pieces. Combine bread pieces, prosciutto, cos lettuce and egg in alarge bowl. Spoon onto a large platter. Top with shaved parmesan.
3.Meanwhile, season turkey chops with salt and pepper. Cook on barbecuehot plate or chargrill for 3-4 minutes on each side or until cooked to yourliking. Serve turkey chops on Caesar salad. Drizzle with dressing andserve.
Other Turkey Recipes
Turkey and Havarti Cheese Kebabs with Cranberry Chutney - www.girl.com.au/turkey-and-havarti-cheese-kebabs-with-cranberry-chutney.htm
Turkey Meatballs with Rosti & Tomato Chilli Sauce - www.girl.com.au/turkey-meatballs-with-rosti-and-tomato-chilli-sauce.htm
Turkey Breast Roast with Macadamia Nut - www.femail.com.au/turkey-breast-roast-with-macadamia-nut.htm
Mexican Turkey - www.femail.com.au/mexican-turkey.htm