Hoisin sauce, a thick sweet-and-spicy Chinese condiment, gives ground turkey a deep and savory flavor in this new twist on a classic American sandwich.
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This combination of tomato sauce, hoisen sauce, and turkey just didn't work. All the flavors clashed. I won't be making this again.
Huge hit with my family (teenagers included). Came together quickly (great for weekday night when you get home late and want to make something tasty and healthy). Used ground chicken thighs (dark meat) and was delicious. Doubled this for family of 4. Leftovers are always welcome.
My partner made this for dinner this evening. He followed the recipe exactly. He served his on split hearth-baked focaccia and I had mine on whole-grain sour dough bread. Do not let the simplicity of this recipe dissuade you from trying it. It's packed with flavour, balanced, ready in under 1/2 an hour, warm, and comforting. Just a sprinkle of flaked salt at the table and a dusting of fresh cilantro.
really great - will make again. tomato sauce was a little odd at first with Asian flavors, but really good. We squeezed a little fresh lime juice before serving and used butter lettuce for our gluten free guests.
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