Tips To Make Back-To-School Easier with Canadian Turkey! #Recipe #Giveaway ~ CAN 10/19

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Tips to Make Back-To-School Easier with Canadian Turkey! #TurkeyMakesItEasy 

Back-To-School is a time of the year when families start to rev up their schedules. Our lives become hectic with lessons, practices, meetings, and playdates. All of these events make getting healthy meals that are budget-friendly for our families more of a challenge. Canadian Turkey wants to make planning meals for Canadian families easier and delicious with helpful tips and their fabulous recipe ideas.

 

Tips To Make Back-To-School Easier with Canadian Turkey! #Recipe #Giveaway

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A power-packed protein

Prepping meals. For many, this may sound like a tall order to fill due to the tasks parents have to do to get through busy day. Picky eaters and dietary restrictions also adds more onto this worry. Parents want to provide balanced nutrition in every meal with all of these issues facing them. Canadian turkey wants to help make this process easier for families to do.

Did you know turkey is packed with protein? Each 100-gram serving provides about 30 grams of high quality lean protein. Turkey also has nutrients such as vitamin B12 (helps to keep your nervous system working well), selenium (an antioxidant mineral), and zinc (helps to strengthen the immune system).

This meat is an excellent building block for meals solutions. It helps to keep your family powered up for busy and active days. Planning meals with recipes from Canadian Turkey help to plan breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and snacks a simple task to accomplish.

 

Tips To Make Back-To-School Easier with Canadian Turkey! #Recipe #Giveaway

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7 tips to help you plan ahead and make Canadian turkey your Back-To-School go-to protein

Are you not sure how to begin planning ahead to make your family’s meals packed with protein power? Here are seven tips that can help you get started with ease!

  1. Scale Up– Turkey is a great option when planning to double or triple your favourite recipes. Scale your recipes so you can cook once and then freeze extras portions to have on hand when you need dinner or lunch in a hurry
  2. Foolproff Favourites– Develop a series of go-to recipes that you know are easy to prepare and that your family will love. The Canadian Turkey website is packed with kitchen-tested recipes that are both healthy and tasty too. Turkey is so versatile and comes in so many cuts that you can find something for everyone’s taste and preference.
  3. Plan Ahead– Try to cook with recipes where you can do some prep work ahead of time or plan to pre-cook some or all of the ingredients. Meal planning up to a week in advance is a great way to save time during busy weeknights.
  4. Lean but Juicy– It’s hard to believe but with turkey, both white and dark meat is lean. That means you can enjoy any cut you prefer and feel good knowing you are choosing a healthy protein without compromising on flavour, tenderness or juiciness.
  5. Change It Up– Turkey adapts well to all of your favourite flavour profiles and spice combinations. No matter what your family likes to enjoy, you can easily swapturkey into most recipes. Try cooking with turkey for your favourite meal of the day. You can serve it hot or cold, and it tastes great the next day, too!
  6. So Much to Choose From– Turkey is a versatile protein, with so many different cuts of both dark and white meat to choose from, including ground meat, legs, drumsticks, thighs, breast steaks, breast rolls, breast roasts, drummettes, wings, sausages, and burgers. With such a wide selection, you can enjoy turkey at breakfast, lunch or dinner, with leftovers that taste delicious the next day.
  7. Perfect for Penny Pinchers– Turkeys are generally larger than other poultry options and deliver a lot of meat for the price. Whole turkeys can be roasted for pennies per pound, and are a perfect choice for batch cooking meals or freezing leftover meat that can come in handy as everyday meal starters. Cuts like drums, breasts and thighs are larger, so you need fewer to feed the family or plan for leftovers.

A Back-To-School recipe to have on hand for busy families

Since fall is all but here, a good chili recipe is always good to have on hand. Canadian Turkey has a Big Batch Turkey and Chard Chili recipe that makes planning meals ahead of time easy-peasy. This recipe also allows you to be resourceful because it can be divided it into portions. You do not have to worry about creating meals throughout the week.

 

Tips To Make Back-To-School Easier with Canadian Turkey! #Recipe #Giveaway

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Big Batch Turkey and Chard Chili Recipe

Big Batch Turkey and Chard Chili
Prep Time
15 mins
Cook Time
3 hrs
Total Time
3 hrs 15 mins
 
Course: Main Course
Cuisine: Canadian
Keyword: bbq turkey chili
Ingredients
  • 2 lbs ground Canadian turkey
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • 2 1/2 cups minced white onions
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 tsp ground cumin
  • 1 tbsp garlic powder
  • 1 tbsp ground Italian seasoning
  • 2 tsps sweet smoked paprika
  • 3 cloves garlic crushed
  • 1 litre turkey broth
  • 1 can (540 ml) Navy beans drained
  • 1 can(540 ml) Cannellini beans drained
  • 1 can(540 ml) Chickpeas drained
  • 1 cup corn fresh or frozen
  • 1 cup roughly chopped Swiss chard
Instructions
  1. 1. In a non-stick pan or skillet, sauté onions and olive oil until lightly browned, 6-8 minutes.
  2. 2. Turn heat to medium - high. Add turkey and sear to brown on all sides.
  3. 3. Reduce heat and add spices. Add garlic.
  4. 4. Continue to mix to ensure turkey doesn’t stick and meat breaks up into chunks.
  5. 5. Transfer mixture to slow cooker.
  6. 6. Add broth.
  7. 7. Add beans.
  8. 8. Turn to low for 3 hours or high for 1.5.
  9. 9. If mixture is still watery and you are looking for a creamier texture, remove 1 cup of mixture and use a hand blender to puree. Add back to chili and stir to incorporate.
  10. 10. Add corn and chard for an additional 15 minutes to cook through.

Recipe Notes

You can use this recipe to create multiple meals to have on hand.  Just freeze into family size portions and defrost when you’re ready to eat.

Energy and nutrition on your family’s plate

With Canadian turkey on your plate, you will feel good knowing you are providing your family with nutritious food. Turkey will give your family the energy they need to make through their high-octane days.

Would you like to have additional tips, recipes and HOW TOs to make Back-To-School easier and tastier? Visit Canadian Turkey’s website to find your cooking inspiration! The recipe section contains many delicious recipes for full meals, snacks, appetizers, and kids favourites. There are also WHOLE TURKEY and CUT HOW TOs to give you a helping hand to get tasty, nutritious and versatile turkey on your table every day!

 

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Tips To Make Back-To-School Easier with Canadian Turkey! #Recipe #Giveaway

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Are you ready to make Back-To-School easier for your family with Canadian Turkey? They would like for one lucky Ottawa Mommy Club follower a $75 Visa gift card!

 

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  1. Marilyn says:

    I’d add some mushrooms and peppers

  2. krisha4444 says:

    oooo i have no idea! because i love tomatoes, i will say i would add tomatoes to this dish

  3. krisha4444 says:

    Because my daughters have a huge macaroni obsession i am going to say the Turkey Burger Mac ‘n Cheese would be a hit

  4. Diane T says:

    I would add some chili flakes and parmesan!

  5. Sarah says:

    I would add in some black beans because I like the combination of black beans and corn. Thanks!

  6. Sarah says:

    The turkey burger mac n cheese is sure to be a hit on our home. Thanks!

  7. Lynda Cook says:

    I would add in green peppers

  8. Calvin says:

    I’d add cocoa powder to make it my own

  9. Calvin says:

    Cheesy Tomato and Turkey Bake, s ounds nice

  10. Erin N says:

    I would love to add mushrooms to this recipe.. It looks so delicious! Thank you for sharing 🙂

  11. Erin N says:

    I think the Turkey Burger Mac n Cheese is sure to become a family favourite!

  12. I would add in some small cornbread dumplings to the Canadian turkey chili!

  13. jan says:

    I think I would add some parsnips.

  14. Heather Howard says:

    I would probably add red pepper.

  15. Elaine G says:

    I’d put it some chili powder.

  16. Heather Swanson says:

    I would add lentils to make it my own.

  17. Mandy says:

    I would add green peas to give it some more color and sweet veggies.

  18. Lynda Cook says:

    JERKY TURKEY MEATBALL SUB would be a great addition to our meal lineup

  19. Robert Young says:

    I would add smoky bacon to the chilli

  20. Gail Butler says:

    I would add bacon!

  21. Lorna Webster says:

    I would add some habanero peppers!

  22. 409cope says:

    I would add green peppers to this recipe to make it my own.

  23. kim says:

    I’m not much of a cook, so I’d add pepper.

  24. Jonnie says:

    I would add some shredded sharp cheddar cheese.

  25. Jenness M says:

    I would add mushrooms!

  26. Linda Svarovsky says:

    I would add lentils to make it my own.

  27. krisha4444 says:

    Sky-High Veggie Packed Turkey Nachos

  28. Diane T says:

    QUICK & TASTY HONEY LEMON ROSEMARY TURKEY TENDERS

  29. Jason says:

    I would add some golden and regular beets to my turkey to give some colour and sweetness

  30. Kristi says:

    I would add carrots instead of the corn for this chili.

  31. Travelbuds says:

    I think the SAUCY TURKEY MEATBALL SUBS would quickly become a favourite with my kids and myself.

  32. Lester C says:

    I would add some roasted potatoes and Parmesan

  33. Lester C says:

    Turkey Sloppy Joe Sliders

  34. Karen says:

    tabasco sauce

  35. Londia says:

    I would put a couple of peppers in it like green and red for taste and colour.

  36. Glogirl says:

    I would add a can of diced tomatoes to this recipe.

  37. I would like to add lots of vegetables

  38. DebP says:

    Instead of Italian seasoning, I would try Harissa or a Moroccan blend of spices.

  39. Linda says:

    I would add bacon to this recipe.

  40. ANNA NGO says:

    I’ll put some green onion, my kids love them a lot

  41. Don Tymchuk says:

    Cayenne pepper would be one added ingredient!

  42. Kim M says:

    I would add a little bit of tumeric. I try to add it whenever I can because it is a good anti-inflammatory.

  43. Silvia D says:

    I think the kids would love the Sweet & Smoky Turkey Sloppy Joes , they could be a family favourite!

  44. Erin N says:

    One Pot Turkey Meatballs would be another fave!

  45. I would add red pepper!

  46. Lynn says:

    I’d add some oregano

  47. Kristen Porter says:

    I love putting pumpkin in chilli- it’s delicious, nutritious, and filling: the vegetable version of turkey!

  48. Rosa Cross says:

    I would add a little celery.

  49. Sarah Ferguson says:

    I would add mushrooms to make it my own.

  50. Lori Olson says:

    I always serve chilli with a dollop of cottage cheese on top. Sounds weird but we love it.

  51. Carole says:

    The Make-Ahead Creamy Turkey Mac and Cheese sounds so good!

  52. Tina L. says:

    I would add some celery and carrots

  53. intensev5 says:

    I would add carrots.
    Marlene V.

  54. Silvia D says:

    Turkey and Cranberry Sandwich Spread would become a family favourite

  55. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Honey Garlic Turkey Tenders with Sweet and Smoky Dipping Sauce

  56. I really need to try the Turkey Sloppy Joe Sliders! They look delicious. In the past few years, I have found some yummy ways to use turkey. I don not think turkey gets enough attention in the culinary world. Thanks for the super giveaway opportunity.

  57. Chris MacDonald says:

    I would add a chopped jalapeno pepper to make it nice and spicy!

  58. Suzie B says:

    I would add some garden hot peppers to make it my own

  59. Kristi says:

    The Creamy Turkey Stew in a Bread Bowl would be a hit.

  60. Pam says:

    I would probably add a little bit of celery.

  61. Florence Cochrane says:

    I would add kidney beans, beans and chili power.

  62. Florence Cochrane says:

    My family would enjoy the Honey Garlic Turkey Casserole .

  63. I would leave out the onion and add onion powder in its place, and I would add some black eyed peas and kidney beans (both white and red) and I would leave out the swiss chard and corn and add some mushrooms.

  64. LILLIAN BROWN says:

    I think my family would enjoy the BAKED TURKEY CHEDDAR RANCH PULL-APART SLIDERS

  65. I would add cranberries.

  66. I would add a can of diced italian tomatoes

  67. Travelbuds says:

    I would add red peppers to the Chili recipe

  68. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Shredded Turkey Tacos

  69. Lynda Cook says:

    I would omit the chickpeas and add mushrooms

  70. Kristi says:

    We would like to try the Turkey Sweet Potato Burrito.

  71. ivy pluchinsky says:

    I would add some green peppers and chili powder.

  72. Kristy MacLean says:

    I would add in some chopped jalapeños

  73. Dianne G says:

    I would add some okra and peppers to make this my own.

  74. William Germain says:

    I would add some diced red pepper to the recipe

  75. Michelle W says:

    I would add some peppers.

  76. Stephanie Black says:

    I would add tomatoes and celery.

  77. l p says:

    turkey lettuce wraps. thanks

  78. Donna L. says:

    They’d love the Make-Ahead Creamy Turkey Mac and Cheese.

  79. Lynda Cook says:

    I would add green peppers and mushrooms

  80. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Spiced Fried Turkey Nuggets

  81. Angela Smith says:

    we always add a base of pureed carrots to all our chili recipes and it’s delicious!

  82. Dianne G says:

    Baked Turkey Cheddar Ranch Pull-Apart Sliders would be a family favourite.

  83. Kristi says:

    The Honey Garlic Turkey Casserole would be a hit for us.

  84. Erin N says:

    The Turkey Sweet Potato Burrito sounds like one that the whole family would love!

  85. piroska says:

    I would add some orange or red peppers and some bacon.

  86. Silvia D says:

    Creamy Turkey Stew in a Bread Bowl

  87. Carol M says:

    I’d add green peppers

  88. Rosa Cross says:

    I would add some peppers and celery.

  89. Margaret Huitema says:

    I would add asparagus and Parmesan cheese!

  90. Gracie Mc says:

    I would replace the frozen corn with frozen peas to make it my own.

  91. l p says:

    Turkey sweet potato burrito. thanks

  92. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Crunchy Turkey Cutlets

  93. Ron says:

    I would add some red or green peppers to the chili.

  94. Erin N says:

    The Honey Garlic Turkey Casserole sounds perfect! I love casseroles.

  95. Dianne G says:

    Sky-High Veggie Packed Turkey Nachos would be a great recipe for game nights that we would enjoy.

  96. tracy k says:

    i’d add mushrooms.

  97. Donna L. says:

    They would love the Turkey Mac and Cheese.

  98. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Egg Muffuletta Sandwich

  99. LisaM says:

    I’d add something spicy – peppers for sure!

  100. LisaM says:

    I would like to try the Turkey Lettuce Wraps

  101. Juliee Fitze says:

    I would add mushrooms and lots of them to make it mine.

  102. Kristy Reid says:

    I would add in some edamame.

  103. Stephanie says:

    I would add mushrooms and green peppers!

  104. sarah alexis says:

    I would add cilantro!!! mmmmm

  105. hmrcarlson says:

    The Honey Garlic Turkey Casserole sounds different!

  106. Dianne G says:

    Family-Style Grilled Turkey Taco Bar would become a family favourite.

  107. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Grilled Apple ‘n’ Honey Turkey

  108. Dianne G says:

    Porcupine Meat Balls would be a family favourite.

  109. Tomara says:

    I would add some roasted potatoes and pepper jack cheese!

  110. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Turkey Quesadillas

  111. hsibley says:

    I would add mushrooms to the recipe.

  112. hsibley says:

    The Make-Ahead Creamy Turkey Mac and Cheese  would be a family favorite

  113. Tabby72 says:

    Chipotle peppers!

  114. Erin N says:

    The Spiced Fried Turkey Nuggets would be a meal everyone wold enjoy!

  115. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Apple, Cheddar & Turkey Hand Pies

  116. Suzie B says:

    The Grab and Go turkey muffins would be a hit

  117. Dianne G. says:

    The Turkey Apple Meatloaf Muffins would be something we would like.

  118. shirley oflynn says:

    I would add green pepper.

  119. shirley oflynn says:

    Turkey Burger Mac ‘n Cheese would be a favourite in our house.

  120. I would add Worchester/Liquid Smoke to the chili recipe to give it a hint of a smoky flavour

  121. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Cheesy Tomato and Turkey Bake

  122. Lori says:

    i would add onions and peppers

  123. Dianne G says:

    The Sweet & Smoky Turkey Sloppy Joes would be a family favourite.

  124. Tammy Dalley says:

    I would add some bacon!

  125. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Tiger Tails

  126. Florence Cochrane says:

    Stuffed Turkey Rolls with Pasta Sauce is a recipe my family is sure to enjoy.

  127. krisha4444 says:

    Turkey Sweet Potato Burrito

  128. Dianne G. says:

    We would enjoy the Quick & Tasty Honey Lemon Rosemary Turkey Tenders.

  129. KellyPC says:

    black beans & more peppers!

  130. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Grilled Cheese Sandwiches With Turkey And Strawberry-Jalapeno Sauce

  131. Erin N says:

    The Sky-High Veggie Packed Turkey Nachos are going to be a favourite!

  132. Dianne G says:

    Our family would enjoy Turkey Apple Sage Burgers with Peanut Satay

  133. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    BBQ Turkey Burgers

  134. Wendy Jensen says:

    I would add some chipotle pepper.

  135. l p says:

    Turkey Burger Mac ‘n Cheese. thanks

  136. Dianne G says:

    Our family would enjoy the Creamy Turkey Stew in a Bread Bowl

  137. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Turkey Bagel Burgers

  138. Ingrid Jackson says:

    I would add a smidgeon of brown sugar and onions.

  139. Erin N says:

    The Egg Muffuletta Sandwich sounds good!

  140. Stephanie LaPlante says:

    I would add some cheddar cheese!

  141. Dianne G says:

    We would enjoy the Spiced Turkey Stuffed Rolls.

  142. Jennifer P. says:

    I would love to add tomatoes to the Canadian Turkey Big Batch Turkey and Chard Chili recipe.

  143. l p says:

    Baked Turkey Cheddar Ranch Pull-Apart Sliders. thanks

  144. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Egg Studded Pizza

  145. Erin N says:

    The Turkey Lettuce Wraps, too!

  146. Dianne G says:

    We would enjoy the Apple, Cheddar & Turkey Hand Pies.

  147. l p says:

    BBQ Turkey Burgers. thanks

  148. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Turkey Tortilla Pie

  149. Lynda Cook says:

    I would add green peppers

  150. l p says:

    Tex Mex Loaded Baked Potatoes With Turkey And Lentils. thanks

  151. Erin N says:

    The The Turkey Apple Meatloaf Muffins!

  152. Dianne G. says:

    I think Grilled Cheese Sandwiches With Turkey And Strawberry-Jalapeno Sauce would become a family favourite.

  153. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Saucy Turkey Meatball Subs

  154. Athena says:

    I would add mushrooms , peppers and cheese

  155. Erin N says:

    The Turkey Tortilla Pie sounds yummy! We would all enjoy it, I think 🙂

  156. Dianne G. says:

    The Make-Ahead Creamy Turkey Mac and Cheese would be a family favourite.

  157. Suzanne Ally Beck-Smith says:

    I love the idea of the Sky High Nachos loaded with Veggies. This is as close to clean eating that my family may get on CFL game day!

  158. hmrcarlson says:

    The One Pot Turkey Meatballs sound yummy!

  159. aly3360 says:

    I would add black beans and smokey ancho chilies!

  160. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Smoky Turkey, Bean and Spinach Soup

  161. Erin N says:

    I would try the Turkey Burger Mac ‘n Cheese!

  162. l p says:

    Smoked Turkey Wraps. thanks

  163. Dianne G says:

    Egg Muffuletta Sandwich would be a recipe we would enjoy.

  164. karinespace says:

    I’d love to do a turkey chili, great idea ! I’dd add some more tomatoes and veggies, thanks:)

  165. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Turkey Apple Cheddar Patty Melts

  166. Lynda Cook says:

    I would add kidney beans and some green peppers!

  167. Michelle K says:

    I would add black beans

  168. Robyn Bellefleur says:

    I would add mushrooms and bacon.

  169. Dianne G. says:

    Our family would enjoy Stuffed Turkey Rolls with Pasta Sauce.

  170. Meg A says:

    I recently used juniper berries in my duck for Thanksgiving, so, this is what I would use instead of black pepper. It really made a difference.

  171. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Spiced Turkey Stuffed Rolls

  172. Dianne G says:

    We would probably like the Turkey Apple Sage Burgers with Peanut Satay.

  173. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Open-Faced Turkey Sandwiches

  174. John C says:

    I would add some tomatoes and and satay.

  175. Kcf says:

    Turkey Apple Sage Burgers with Peanut Satay. thx

  176. Dianne G says:

    I think my family would enjoy Shredded Turkey Tacos.

  177. Melanie says:

    I’d add some of my dad’s garden dried hot peppers!

  178. Jennifer Wilson says:

    My grandchildren would love the Make-Ahead Turkey Mac and Cheese!

  179. Wanda Tracey says:

    I think a turkey burger mac’n’ cheese would make for a delicious dinner.

  180. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Sweet & Smoky Turkey Sloppy Joes

  181. SweetPanda says:

    I think my family would love to try the Turkey Burger Mac ‘n Cheese

  182. BlessedTA says:

    Black beans

  183. Dianne G says:

    I think the Stuffed Turkey Rolls with Pasta Sauce would become a family favourite.

  184. Erin N says:

    I really want to try the One Pot Turkey Meatballs recipe!

  185. darci paice says:

    Turkey Chilli with extra jalapenos please!!!

  186. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Best Ever Turkey Chili

  187. Edith Rennes says:

    I’d add a bit of butter

  188. Erin N says:

    The Spiced Turkey Stuffed Rolls would another favourite recipe!

  189. Dianne G says:

    I think Tzatziki Turkey Cucumber & Cream Cheese Sandwiches would become a family favourite.

  190. Tara Gauthier says:

    I would add mushrooms and bacon to the chili!

  191. Tara Gauthier says:

    The turkey burger mac and cheese sounds really good!

  192. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Club Omelette

  193. Melinda says:

    I would add red and yellow peppers.

  194. Dianne G. says:

    Mini Pizza Meatloaves would be a recipe we would like.

  195. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Turkey, Pesto & Kale Meatloaf

  196. Erin N says:

    I would make some Open-Faced Turkey Sandwiches!

  197. Aarone Mawdsley says:

    the turkey chili

  198. Dianne G says:

    Tiger Tails is a recipe that would be a family favourite.

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