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Reader Recipe: Turkey Breasts and Cheesy Pasta

I was browsing through TeamSugar when I came across this recipe for "Macaroni" and Cheese with Juicy Turkey Breasts. TeamSugar member celebrity_soup learned that her grandmother had never tasted mac & cheese before and decided to remedy the situation. There were no elbow noodles available, so she went for spaghetti noodles instead. The end result looks absolutely delicious, and I bet her grandma was thrilled! To check out her recipe,

Recipe submitted by celebrity_soup

Special "Macaroni" & Cheese Along with Juicy Turkey Breasts

I made this DELICIOUS recipe when I was on vacation in Europe about 2 weeks ago. I stayed a bit at my grandma’s house and couldn’t help but cook some food after always eating at restaurants! So I cooked up some cheesy magic for dinner, something my grandma never tasted before, mac & cheese baby, For this I used spaghetti so lets say its more of a gourmet cheesy pasta thing. I got a lot of compliments on this dish, some cousins ate over. It was perfect!
2 tbsp. flour
1 cup skim milk
Your favorite creamy cheese (I used some fresh, French, creamy goats cheese)
Feta cheese
½ cup chopped up tomatoes
Some ham (I used turkey ham)
1 tbsp. butter or margarine
Salt and pepper

On medium heat add the milk and flour at once, stir rapidly with a fork or whisk. Add in the salt, pepper, thyme and butter (always stirring). Once it starts to get a little thick add in all of the cheese and ham. Keep on stirring and meanwhile have your pasta drained and ready to be tossed in the mixture. Before adding the pasta, add all of the tomato and cover for 3minutes. Then, add the pasta and ketchup (this is what changes this dish completely into something out of this world delicious).

Turkey/Chicken breasts my way:

Grab your breast and sprinkle in some salt, pepper, paprika and chopped up garlic. Rub this on breast until it’s completely covered all over. Then, add in some white wine or lemon juice. Let it marinate for an hour. Once it’s ready grab a skillet and get it nice and hot, drizzle in some olive oil and add the breasts. Let them fry nicely and viola!

yyam084 yyam084 9 years
misslarue misslarue 10 years
This looks really good!
tati33 tati33 10 years
yum!! man i have some turkey breasts defrosting in the fridge..maybe i can make this tonight... thanks yum & celebrity!
celebrity_soup celebrity_soup 10 years
hi! thanks so much for featuring my recipe on the site yum! I used 2 tbsp. of ketchup on the pasta. ...I don't recommend using heinz, because it is too artificial. The ketchup I used was a portuguese brand, a sweet, pure tomato sauce ketchup. So go for something like organic ketchup, something pure. I'm sure tomato paste works too! :D
Food Food 10 years
Judging by the picture, there doesn't seem to be too much ketchup involved. Celebrity_soup, can you clarify? Thanks!
lexichloe lexichloe 10 years
You can't go wrong w/ a dish like that. Almost everyone loves pasta and turkey!!
Brians-Girl Brians-Girl 10 years
this does sound very yummie! i wanna eat it for dinner toonight! :)
Molly Molly 10 years
How much Ketchup are we talking here? I have a tendency to over-ketchup things.
rlveronica rlveronica 10 years
Oh that looks sooo yum!
HistoryGeek913 HistoryGeek913 10 years
Wow - this sounds really yummy! I am going to have to give this a try soon.
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