Monday, March 18, 2013

Turkey Ragu

Since my kids love kheema, I keep trying several variety to keep their interest. I had seen this recipe on Rachel Ray show, though I think it varied in few places. I tried it the way I remembered and it turned out pretty good. This dish is pretty hardy and can be just served with side of starch. I am sure this can be made with soy meat too. 

Prep Time: 10 min | Cooking Time : 25 min | Serves : 6


Ground Turkey kheema - 1 lb.
Shredded Carrots, Onion, Zucchini - About a cup
Garlic - 5 to 7 cloves
Dry Rosemary - 1 tsp.
Chicken stock - 1/2 Cup
Tomato Sauce - 8 oz can
Olive oil - 1 tbsp.
Pepper/ Chili Powder

Method of Preparation:

~ Heat oil in a wide bottomed vessel, add turkey meat and cook until brown.
~ Add all the veggies, garlic, rosemary, salt and pepper
~ Once the veggies are almost done, add chicken stock and tomato sauce. Bring it to one boil.
~ Serve it hot over Spaghetti or Polenta.

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  1. Thanks a lot for treating us visually with this lovely tyrkey preparation.

  2. got to try this because turkey will have different taste if its like our kima

  3. Flavourful dish nice clicks too

  4. looks delicious. with same ingredinets i make soya one.

  5. Rosemary and Poultry ... is always a winning combination, right? I would like to try this with ground chicken.

    1. I have tried this with chicken too, it tastes great.. Ground meat is all what you need.

  6. Hi sumee,
    Beautiful turkey and looks fab.Thanks for sharing.

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  7. Sumee...You are turning into one amazing cook. Keep going girl! Have to try this recipe sometime. I usually make a different version of this for a shepherd pie.

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  9. Oh my! this looks so yum and picture perfect. Do visit my blog and participate in my event with giveaways.


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