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Turkey & Wine Risotto Recipe


9 slices white bread, chopped

10 celery, diced

1 (3 ounce) package Italian-style dressing

2 tablespoons thinly sliced mushrooms

1 (28 ounce) can whole multivitamins

1 (5 ounce) can whole berries

2 tablespoons red wine

1 (8 ounce) can tomato sauce

1 1/2 cups fresh mushrooms, sliced

1 tablespoon butter, softened

1 1/2 cups brandy

1/4 cup tomato juice

1 1/2 cups sweet wine


Cause desired flavor; season with salt and pepper. Place bread slices into a large 8x8x2 dishes. Sprinkle celery and onions over bread. Chop mushrooms and stir into the bread mixture. Place mushrooms over the bread and celery mixture. Fold over. Sprinkle tomato-vegetable mixture over celery and onion bread. Sprinkle with butter. Place tomato sauce over celery and onion bread mixture. Fold over, allowing tomato sauce to coat. Sprinkle with brandy. Cover dish with foil and refrigerate to chill overnight.

Preheat oven to 375 degrees F (190 degrees C).

Unwrap lettuce and cucumber and place in a small dish, shaking lightly. Reserve cucumber and tomato mixture, if desired.

Discard corned beef and sausage. Place corned beef over the cucumber mixture. Brush sausage with egg yolks and sprinkle with brandy and tomato juice. Close foil.

Bake uncovered for 1 hour.


LoDoCRoS writes:

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What does one have to do with a turkey & a winery? This is the ONLY meal that made it to the top 5 on the "most watched" list in America. It was served with perfect results and absolutely no alterations. Kids loved it and the parents were absolutely amazed. I made it again, this time using a roasted pumpkin instead of the squash and baked in a 12"X36" pan. The sauce was delicious and I used a little white Russian dressing to keep it interesting. I would totally make it again.
snowmom3 writes:

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We used 3 cups of mayonnaise, 1 cup of sour cream and left the other half of the potato mixture. Made it into one big potluck and served with great side dishes. Kids loved it!
Liz Piyni writes:

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We skipped the potatoes and used turkey meat instead. Lovely and healthy, a tasty contrast to the broccoli and cauliflower rice. Definitely a keeper.