Creamed Turkey Recipe

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Time: 35 minutes



  1. butter
  2. sliced mushrooms
  3. peas
  4. onion
  5. flour
  6. milk
  7. chicken
  8. diced pimentos
  9. cooked turkey
  10. celery salt
  11. black pepper


  1. in a medium fry or saute pan heat butter over medium low
  2. saute mushrooms , peas and onions
  3. add flour and stir until smooth
  4. turn heat up to medium and slowly add the milk and stock
  5. stir constantly until thick and bubbly
  6. add the pimiento , turkey , celery salt and pepper
  7. stir well and taste-adjust seasonings', "cook until heated through but don't boil", 'serve over hot rice or buttered egg noodles sprinkled with poppy seeds

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