Finally, ‘Turkey Day’ has passed and the holiday season has definitely been revved up. As the bellies--of Texans—begin adjusting to this challenging moment, the chores of producing another spectacular meal continue to be in demand. Fortunately, there is hope-an ‘after holiday casserole’ is a sure fix.
This type of delicacy has been proven to be both fun and unique in the making. Simply put, rice makes a great dish; turkey is a fantastically light meat (left-overs from Thanksgiving—a great idea); and optional additional personal touches that can make the heart hum, while you sing to the occasion. Follow the methods of fine casserole cooking.
1 cup Finely crushed cheese crackers
3 tbsp. Melted butter
1 cup Packaged, precooked rice
2 tbsp. Minced onion
6 oz. Green peas
½ cup Finely diced green pepper
6 slices Cooked turkey
1 cup Milk
1 can (11 oz.) Condensed Cheddar cheese soup
1. Prepare rice (according to product directions); add minced onion to boiling water.
2. Fluff rice with a fork; spread in a 10 x 6-inch glass dish.
3. Drain thawed peas.
4. Sprinkle peas and green pepper over the rice; cover with turkey slices.
5. Mix soup with milk.
6. Cover dish with plastic film; piece hole for escaping steam.
7. Microwave on MEDIUM (16 to 18 minutes).
8. Rotate dish half way through microwave time.
9. Combine cracker crumbs and butter; sprinkle on top of casserole.
10. Let stand, covered for minutes before serving.
In conclusion, fine dining is a grand event. Down home cooking is a great spirit booster, as well. In relation, turkey casserole dishes have a traditionally unique way of satisfying the curiosities that entail appetizing behavior from everyone. With that said, stick with this particular norm and enjoy its attributes towards felicity… Eat up.