I recently developed some recipes for a killer campaign/eBook titled Get Your Grill On With Turkey & Mushrooms put on by Mushrooms Canada and Turkey Farmers of Canada.
A talented round-up of Canadian bloggers have been chopping and stirring away, tasked with creating two recipes each containing both mushrooms and turkey. I was pretty thrilled to be able to work with some of my favourite people for this book and it came together so beautifully thanks to all the work of all the MC/TFC staff. The book contains beautifully shot, creative recipes like Grilled Thai Turkey Salad Rolls with Enoki Mushrooms & Peanut Sauce by Renee, Pizza Bianca with Grilled Rosemary Rubbed Turkey Fillet, Shiitake Mushrooms and Truffle Oil by Michelle and Grilled Stuffed Mushrooms with Turkey-Sage Filling by Isabelle. They’ve got me running out and stuffing my shopping bag with mushrooms and turkey almost every week so I can taste the food in all those lovely photos.
For my first recipe, I created a simple salad of pan-crisp wild mushrooms, spice-marinated turkey breast, sweet apples and grapes, hazelnuts and a lemony vinaigrette to bring it all home. It’s got flavour for days, it’s filling thanks to the turkey and mushrooms, and it’s easily adaptable to whatever produce you have on hand. I was so thrilled with how it turned out, I’ve made it almost every month since I developed the recipe.
If you’re interested in this recipe and all the others, you can find it on the Mushrooms Canada Facebook page. Just click download and you’ll be ready to go! And don’t forget to visit the Turkey Farmers of Canada Facebook page for the second part of the e-cookbook (you’ll find my recipe for Grilled Turkey and Cremini Sandwich with Fig Jam & Feta in that one).
Enjoy and Grill On, friends!
Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post put on by Mushrooms Canada and Turkey Farmers of Canada. I was compensated via a cash payment, gift, or something else of value to write it. Regardless, I only recommend restaurants or products I use/enjoy personally and believe will be good for my readers.