5 Non-Traditional Recipes for Thanksgiving
Folks it’s now time to break out from the monotony of the same old thanksgiving dishes and discover at least 5 non-traditional recipes for thanksgiving for a welcoming change, without of course, breaking the rules of the occasion!
So, while agreeing upon the fact that a thanksgiving party is no true thanksgiving at all if the main dishes of the dinner like cranberries, turkey and stuffing go missing, but, with my well chosen 5 non-traditional recipes for thanksgiving, you can celebrate the occasion with all these foods, but with that perfect twist. So, read on…
Non-traditional thanksgiving recipe ideas –
5 non-traditional recipes for thanksgiving – Recipe I
Known as the Adobo Turkey with Red Chile Gravy, this saucy turkey dish can be the next hottest thing you know on your Thanksgiving party. While the concept of turkey does the traditional best in showing up in the luncheon or dinner on this festive occasion, the red chile gravy sure does its non-traditional bit!
5 non-traditional recipes for thanksgiving – Recipe II
Who says, thanksgiving turkey can only come in the traditional roast forms? If you are saying that you keep waiting all the year just to have this special thanksgiving roast turkey, then, I would dare you to try this one - Mark Bittman’s Braised Turkey. Ok, ok! Agreed, you will lose out on the crisp feel of the meat but isn’t a super-tender, juicy and succulent meat tempting enough to give this recipe a try? Oh, it sure does!
5 non-traditional recipes for thanksgiving – Recipe III
Bet that your good old recipe of roast turkey cannot get any better than this. Because, this roast turkey is cooked with a twist and it comes with a zesty punch, and oops…that’s already getting my mouth watering! What makes this roast turkey so different is it’s out of the world spicy and zesty combination. For your better visualization, let me tell you this is a salted roast turkey which is cooked in gravy that’s made with fall spices, sherry and orange. Well, if you are wondering what are fall spices, then, let me tell you that this is a special spice blend, which is easily available in the Asian groceries as the Five Spice Mix. But wait! The irresistible part of this thanksgiving roast turkey is yet to come. Before serving, this cooked turkey is further enhanced in taste with a glaze of soy sauce and molasses.
5 non-traditional recipes for thanksgiving – Recipe IV
Martha Stewart’s Tuscan Roast Turkey Breast is the next hottest non-traditional thanksgiving recipe on my list and it had to be, for the undeniably delicious taste that is brings on the table! In this super turkey recipe, the breast is simply coated generously with a blend of fennel seeds, garlic and rosemary and roasted. Perfect treat for a small thanksgiving dinner!
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