Friday, September 27, 2013

Slow Cooker Turkey with Mustard Sauce Recipe from Simply Recipes

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This delicious slow cooker dish starts with inexpensive turkey thighs braised in a mustard-flavored broth.  (Photo from Simply Recipes.)

(For Friday Favorites we spotlight past recipes that you may have missed, and I think this Slow Cooker Turkey with Mustard Sauce sounds like a great dish for fall.)

One of the things to love about slow cooker recipes is how they can turn inexpensive cuts of meat into gourmet dishes, and this comforting Slow Cooker Turkey with Mustard Sauce from Simply Recipes starts with turkey thighs, which are always a bargain.  The turkey is simmered with parsnips, carrots, and onions in a slightly-spicy mustard broth and when the turkey is tender potatoes are  added.  Then the meat is shredded and some chopped greens and a spicier mustard is stirred in right at the end.

Ingredients for this CrockPot Recipe:
Turkey thighs with skin and bones, salt, vegetable oil, onion, parsnips, carrots, chicken or turkey stock, brown mustard, yellow mustard, dry mustard powder, chipotle or chili powder, Yukon Gold or other potatoes, mustard greens or other greens, while grain mustard.

I hope you enjoy trying this from-scratch slow cooker recipe!  Use this link to get the recipe for Slow Cooker Turkey with Mustard Sauce from Simply Recipes.  (You can see all the recipes for turkey in the slow cooker in the category for Slow Cooker Turkey Recipes.) 

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More Slow Cooker Recipes from this blogger:
Boston Baked Beans from Simply Recipes
Chicken Rice Casserole from Simply Recipes
Mexican Pulled Pork from Simply Recipes

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More Ideas with Turkey in the Slow Cooker:
Asian-Inspired Turkey Breast from A Year of Slow Cooking
Gluten-Free Turkey Soup from Gluten-Free Goddess
Ten Amazing From-Scratch Blogger-Tested Recipes for Slow Cooker Turkey Breast
Turkey Breast with South Beach Diet Friendly Gravy from Kalyn's Kitchen
Turkey White Bean Pumpkin Chili from Skinnytaste

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  1. I am really excited for you and this new site. I'm subscribed! I have a brand new love for my slow cooker.

  2. Kat, so glad you like the site, thanks!

  3. How wonderful! I'm a slow cooker fan, and I've been actively looking for new recipes that fit my family's various dietary needs & preferences (We have a diabetic kidney patient, an auto-immune-suffering low carber limiting fats and additives, and a picky teenaged boy whose girlfriend has celiac disease.) and our budget. I really appreciate your recipe tags; they are very helpful! And I'm thrilled that you are focusing on "made from scratch," which lets me know I won't be wading through cans of condensed soup and tons of other chemicals.

    I've subscribed and am already excited to try several of the recipes you've posted.

  4. Also very excited about this site. It looks beautiful too! Will be sharing it with friends and fam. Best of luck!

  5. Candiss, so happy to hear that the site is going to be helpful for you!

    Thanks Sara!

  6. I'm always looking for new ways to cook turkey in the slow cooker, and I'd missed this the first time around. Thanks for spotlighting it again.

  7. Lydia, glad you like it. I think this sounds so good.

  8. I made this today, and it is delicious! The flavor is so full-bodied, and the greens add a a nice leafy touch. I am definitely adding it to my repertoire.

    I used bone-in chicken thighs because my co-op didn't have turkey thighs, and lacinato kale. Yum!

  9. Judy, thanks for giving feedback, and so glad you enjoyed it!


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