My husband created the recipe for this tempting turkey and delectable dressing. It's a feast that seems like Thanksgiving whenever we enjoy it. He gets lots of recipe requests for this memorable main dish.
—Joan Vernon, Riverton Utah
This dish can be ready to serve in no more than 30 minutes. One of my favorite hobbies is cooking, but because I lead a busy life, it's essential to be able to fix a good meal quickly. The citrus sauce and colorful orange slices will give you a "sunshine feeling" when you sit down to eat this after a busy day!
This recipe was served to me and other co-workers as a thank-you for help we gave to a West Point officer in getting his book published. It was very good, so I asked him for the recipe and have made it many times since.
This recipe came from our County Extension Agent's wife, who was a wonderful cook. Everyone always asks for the recipe when I make it because the ingredients are a little different than those in most chicken pies.
"THE DRESSING was always my favorite part of the meal. I can still smell the wonderful aroma that filled the house while the turkey roasted in our wood stove. We could hardly wait to sit down and eat!"
FOR YEARS, I've been exchanging recipes by correspondence with friends. A dear friend in North Carolina shared this one.
What's best about this recipe is that you can enjoy wonderful turkey flavor without preparing a whole bird. —Rachel Wellborne
Jacksonville, North Carolina
I first made this different meat loaf when my husband and I had to start watching our diet. Since then every time I serve it to family and friends, I'm asked for the recipe. The turkey is a nice change.—Ruby Rath, New Haven, Indiana
This is a fast, easy and satisfying recipe that uses a wide array of vegetables and leftover turkey. My kids will eat vegetables when they're in a sauce, so I'm always on the lookout for a new way to serve them.