Turkey Osso Buco Review
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with mustard polenta - what a nice, comfort food dinner that drove everyone crazy with the wonderful smells in the kitchen all day!!!! So easy, and inexpensive and delicious.

It's from the Slow Cooker book - C@H It was almost like having a holiday dinner out of the blue. YUM>

One thing to keep in mind - the recipe calls for 4 turkey legs (~ 1 lb. each) to serve 4. That's ridiculous! I used two legs and we only ate almost one. So, two is plenty to have leftovers. I used all the other ingredient quantities, tho. I sieved the veggies out of the jus and made a bed of veggies to serve the turkey on and then thickened some of the jus to have a gravy. Oh my!
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  Re: Turkey Osso Buco Review by cjs (with mustard polenta...)
Thanks for the review Jean! I thought that one sounded good.
Erin
Mom to three wonderful 7th graders!
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  Re: Re: Turkey Osso Buco Review by esgunn (Thanks for the revie...)
That does sound good! Thank you for the review.
Maryann

"Drink your tea slowly and reverently..."
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  Re: Re: Turkey Osso Buco Review by Mare749 (That does sound good...)
Oh Erin, it would be perfrect for gymnastic nights - you'll swoon when you enter the house.
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  Re: Re: Turkey Osso Buco Review by cjs (Oh Erin, it would be...)
I can't wait for my book!! That sounds yummy - thanks for the review, Jean.
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#12
  Re: Re: Turkey Osso Buco Review by (I can't wait for my ...)
Thanks for the review, Jean. I've got that one marked....now to remember to buy the legs.
Daphne
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