Lets face it, for all of us who love cooking we want something on the table for everyone! Given that I am a compulsive cook, there is always something that works despite the fact today’s world has many and myriad eating preferences. However, along those lines, today’s recipe was specifically developed last year for my friend’s who had a Thanksgiving for 3 people and was using turkey legs. She wanted something different, so this was what I had cobbled together for her. That year, then I adapted it for Thanksgiving leftovers! And, speaking of adaptation this recipe works very well anytime of the year with chicken or duck! Since, it really is all about the sauce, which gets simmer and finished off in the slow cooker. If you do not have a slow cooker it can be done on the stove top on low heat.
So, this is a deep and fragrant curry dish, that works with fresh or leftover turkey with a sauce that is started on the stovetop and then slow cooked and then finished off with sage and almonds, deeply delicious and flavorful, sweet and savory! If using fresh meat, it gets simmered with the sauce and if using cooked meat it gets thrown it later in the game, but essentially the magic is all about the blending of sage and cardamoms. It works well with rice, mashed potatoes or creamy polenta.
A flavorful and festive recipe for turkey, especially good for using leftover turkey. This is mostly done in the slow cooker. Ingredients Instructions
A flavorful and festive recipe for turkey, especially good for using leftover turkey. This is mostly done in the slow cooker.