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  1. Gourmet Turkey Hash


    Gourmet Turkey Hash has lent its name from “hash house” as moniker for a diner not known for gourmet-style grub. It is quite easy to make this dish, Gourmet Turkey Hash that requires a few ingredients and a careful preparation.


    The term “hash” has originated from the 17th century England, taking its name from the French “hacher”, meaning “to cut up”. Gourmet Turkey Hash is a simple dish, usually made from leftovers of meat, poultry or occasionally fish, mixed with chopped vegetables and liquid.



    Ingredients to make Gourmet Turkey Hash:

    ·    2 cloves garlic

    ·    Onion, enough to make 1/2 cup (120g) chopped

    ·    Fennel bulb, enough to make 1/2 cup chopped

    ·    1 stalk celery

    ·    1 teaspoon (5g) fennel seeds

    ·    Dried red-pepper flakes

    ·    2 tablespoons (30 ml) olive oil

    ·    1 medium baking potato

    ·    2 or 3 small red potatoes

    ·    10-12 ounces (300-360g) boneless cooked turkey

    ·    1 1/2 cups turkey broth, chicken broth, beef broth or a combination

    ·    Salt

    ·    Black pepper



    Procedure to make Gourmet Turkey Hash:

    Mince garlic, and cut the finely peeled onion, fennel bulb and celery stalk into neat ¼ inch dice. Crush the fennel seeds in a mortar and pestle well. In a large skillet or saucepan, one needs to sauté the garlic. Shake of dried red-pepper flakes briefly in the olive oil over medium-high heat, and add the chopped onion, celery and fennel and the fennel seeds in the olive oil.

    Cook over medium heat and start stirring occasionally, until the vegetables are cooked and turn brown in color. Meanwhile, peel all the potatoes and cut them into larger cubes, about ¾ inch. Cut the turkey, chicken or beef according to your liking into cubes of roughly similar size.

    Put the broth, the meat and potatoes in the pan with the browned vegetables. Add salt and pepper according to taste. Simmer all the ingredients together, uncovered until the potatoes are well cooked. Stir occasionally till the liquid has reduced and thickened a bit. Check seasoning and serve hot. Get lot more delicious food recipes from worldrecipesbook.com

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