Next Day Turkey Primavera
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
I made this back when it was first published in the magazine and we loved it. I misplaced the recipe after several more times of making it for supper and was very happy to find it here in the Archives on the website... We will once again be enjoying this tonight for supper with fresh, hot garlic bread. ?? Thanks so much for including this great recipe in the Archives... Tamara Ellis ??
My family and I loved this. Honestly, there wasn't anything I would change about it.
Another fine recipe that is full of flavor even after modifying it to accommodate a low sodium diet. Instead of regular butter, I use unsalted butter. For the Italian dressing mix packet, I make my own (search the web) and cut the salt immensely. I did include onions when I cooked the carrots. In addition, I also doubled the veggies and pasta but left seasoning, butter, cream and chicken/turkey amounts as indicated in the recipe. I will definitely make this again. I certainly wish ToH would have included the breakdown of sodium, calories, etc. to take out the guessing. Thanks so much for sharing!!!!
One of our family favorites. I usually make it with chicken, but use all the other ingredients as listed.
Excellent, couldn't wait to eat the second day as a leftover again
Wonderful!! I used whatever veggies I had in the house. The only change I made was to add cornstarch to thicken the sauce. This will be a regular addition to our meal rotation!
Delicious! I used the left-over turkey from the Slow-Cooked Herbed Turkey recipe, omitted the asparagus and added bell pepper. So good my family added it to our "top 10" meals.
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I am so glad to have found this recipe again. I made it several years ago, and it was wonderful. My husband and 4 kids all loved it.
This was delicious eventhough I used 2% milk instead of cream which I didn't have. I used a bit of corn starch to thicken it. I think brocolli would work in place of asparagus. I will definately try this again.