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LENTIL AND TURKEY STEW
Topic Started: May 27 2008, 08:39 AM (449 Views)
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Another slow-cooker recipe I just put together and came out delicious. I started it last night and it is now on the 'keep-warm' setting. We will enjoy this for lunch today.

LENTIL AND TURKEY STEW

In the slow-cooker, place the following:
ONION - 1, peeled and diced
CELERY 6 stalks, sliced
COOKED TURKEY About 4 cups, shredded light and/or dark meat
BUTTER 1 stick, sliced (could be reduced or omitted)
GARLIC POWDER to taste
CUMIN to taste
GINGER to taste
LEMON JUICE about 2 tablespoons
LENTILS 1 bag
BEEF BROTH OR STOCK 4 cans

Stir all ingredients together thoroughly. Cover and cook on low 8-9 hours, stirring occasionally. Add additional liquid if needed. Enjoy!
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Thankyou Dave.
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lin1235
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This sounds fantastic, I think I'm going to try this one soon!
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*makes note to go shopping tonight for ingredients for this*

:)
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