Smoked turkey lends itself to a wide variety of lunch and dinner recipes. Sandwiches, salads, soups, chowders, and skillet dinners all benefit from the smoky, juicy taste of smoked turkey.
This chilled main dish salad is a perfect way to use up leftover turkey.
This low-calorie recipe for New Orleans' favorite sandwich calls for reduced-fat cheese and lean meats. It's piled high with everything but fat.
This colorful one-pan meal lends itself to customization. Trade the red sweet peppers for green, the spinach for kale, the turkey for ham, or the fried eggs for scrambled.
A spicy chili rubs seasons these turkey drumsticks prior to smoke cooking. Serve with your choice of bottled salsa or barbecue sauce.
On a hot summer day, this 15-minute recipe makes a refreshing lunch.
For this 30-minute meal, fry the sandwiches on the stovetop while potatoes and onions roast in the oven. The potato side-dish is delicious with the turkey and cheese sandwiches.
Chipotle peppers add a unique, smoky flavor to this turkey breast recipe.
Honey-mustard dressing coats a colorful melange of pasta, smoked turkey, cheese, and cucumber.
One bunch of fresh arugula, watercress, or spinach is more than you'll need for these stuffed tomato appetizers. Plan to use some of the greens to decorate the serving platter.
Fill this low-carb omelet with smoked salmon this time; try turkey or ham next time.
Three kinds of cheese--ricotta, garlic-herb and pre-shredded Italian blend--top this 20-minute pizza.
This turkey casserole recipe is a fun take on lasagna. Layers of Alfredo sauce, potatoes, and a mixture of broccoli, smoked turkey, and Swiss cheese are baked until hot and bubbly.