We have a flock of turkeys that’s almost full grown, which means it’s time to test for food safety. Two weeks before a flock goes to market, we “sacrifice” several birds and send chunks of fat to be tested for pesticide, herbicide and antibiotic residues. Food safety is one of our highest priorities, so this is a standard practice that happens with every single flock we send to market.
Since we just have to send in small samples, the rest of the meat ends up in our freezer. Right now, I’m fully stocked with fresh, lean turkey breast, so I thought I’d make a list of some great turkey breast recipes I’ve gathered from around the blogosphere.
Slow Cooker + turkey breast = yummy! But don’t cheat and try to rush it on high heat…cook it SLOW (you know, like the title says.)
Another slow cooked turkey breast…this one has a few more ingredients, but one of them is wine. Mmmm. :)
From Cooking Light magazine, this turkey jambalaya looks delicious! (Would be a great use for Thanksgiving leftovers, too!)
Like a mini-Thanksgiving turkey.
We got my dad a smoker last year for Christmas! I’ll have to have him try this recipe.
I love faux Mexican food!! And this would be such an easy weeknight meal!
This looks so easy, and delicious!
Mmmm…I LOVED this recipe. Another great weeknight meal!
This buffalo turkey breast is so versatile. Slice it for sandwiches, use it for buffalo pizza, or make buffalo flavored turkey wraps!
Award Winning Grilled Turkey Tenderloin
This is THE marinade/grilling recipe to use. We used this recipe at our big open house when we built our turkey barns.
Even looking at this recipe is comforting. Looks like a great meal for a cold winter night.
Easy and yummy, classic turkey dish!
Another great recipe for the grill!
This dish screams FALL! Pumpkin, squash and turkey in chili.
A great use for Thanksgiving leftovers!
There you have it – 15 turkey breast recipes. There’s sure to be something for everyone, and no excuse not to eat more turkey! (Maybe you should pin this blog post so you can keep track of the recipes?)