So when I saw a recipe for them in Better Homes, I knew I had to try it. It calls for ground turkey, but I decided to do half ground turkey, half ground sirloin. I did that for a few reasons: (1) I figured the turkey would be too dry by itself; and (2) I wanted to double the recipe and all I had was the ground turkey and the ground sirloin!
This recipe is awesome! I mean really, I started to pick the mushrooms out of the sauce "just to taste" and it was down hill from there since I found myself stealing pieces of steak from my daughter's plate and taking spoonfuls of sauce out of the skillet. I mean, I wouldn't be surprised if I licked my plate when I was done with the meal. That's how much I enjoyed it.
Also, I was so excited about the meal that I forgot to take a picture of it plated. So you will only see the final product in the skillet (and that picture was taken after we had eaten and I had started cleaning everything up!).
recipe from Better Homes and Gardens
1lb uncooked ground turkey
1 envelope beef-flavored onion soup mix (half of a 2.2oz pkg)
2 T Worcestershire sauce
2 tsp olive oil
1 clove garlic, minced
1 T butter
2 C sliced mushrooms
1/4 C reduced sodium chicken broth
1/4 C dry red wine (or chicken broth)
1/4 C tomato paste
- In a large bowl, combine the turkey, 2 T of soup mix, and 1 T of the Worcestershire sauce and mix well. Shape mixture into 4 oval patties about 1/2 inch thick.
- In a large skillet cook patties in hot oil on med-high heat for 3 minutes or until browned, turning once. Remove from skillet.
- In the hot skillet, cook the garlic in butter for 30 sec. Add mushrooms. Cook and stir for 5 mins or until tender. Add broth, wine, tomato paste, remaining soup mix, and remaining Worcestershire sauce. Stir, scraping up browned bits. (AFC Note: I like a less tomatoey sauce, so I added more chicken broth and Worcestershire sauce).
- Return patties to skillet, spoon sauce over patties. Cover and cook on med-low heat about 8 mins or until done.
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