|The Everyday Turkey Cookbook|
|by Franki Papai Secunda|
Not just for Thanksgiving anymore, turkey has become a year-round staple, favored for its great taste and nutrition.
Tip: Try sausage balls for more results.
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These pockets are a meal in themselves. Serve with a Caesar salad and a good glass of wine. Pre-heat oven to 500 degrees. Lightly oil pan. Sprinkle ...
Cook water, sugar ... drain juice. Cook sausage until brown and ... cavities of the turkey; bake according ... water to make balls stick together. Shape ... with butter and bake.
Cook sausage and the onions ... 15 minutes (at 350 degrees) or until golden brown. Mix 1 cup Dijon mustard and 1/4 cup honey for dip. Makes about 6 dozen.
Mix all ingredients ... Form into individual balls (approximately 1/2 tablespoon ... broil for 2 minutes to brown. Yields approximately 64 sausage balls.
Mix sausage, baking mix ... into 1 inch balls. Place on ... or until lightly brown. Serve with cocktail sauce or hot mustard sauce. I use no fat cheese.
Soften cheese in ... all ingredients with hands. Roll into small balls, about the size of a quarter. Bake 20-30 minutes in a 350 degree oven, turning once.
Hand mix 3 ... in 1 inch balls and place on ... Bake at 400 degrees for about 20 minutes. Don't let them get too brown. Will make approximately 40 balls.
Mix well. Form into small balls. Place on cookie sheet. Bake about 25 minutes in a 350 degree oven. Drain off grease. Serve warm. Makes about 75 appetizers.
Fry onion. Combine ... form one inch balls. Bake on ... preheated moderate oven at 375 degrees for 20 to 25 minutes. Serve warm. Yields about 3 dozen balls.
1. Place all ... ingredients together thoroughly with clean hands. 3. Form into one inch balls. Bake on ungreased cookie sheets at 350 degrees for 20 minutes.
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