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millet and mushroom soup

Exotic Mushroom and Millet Soup

Toasted millet can be used to thicken soup instead of a roux — it creates a creamy base in this mushroom soup without using any dairy. Its earthy and nutty flavor adds complexity to the soup while adding a boost of vitamins and minerals.
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coconut millet salad

Coconut Millet Salad

A nice, bright change for a winter lunch, coconut-infused millet tossed with raisins and peanuts makes a great salad to serve with chicken satay, Asian turkey burgers or stir-fried tofu. You can also spoon it into Boston or Bibb lettuce leaves to make a wrap.
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quellenes millet

Quenelles of Millet Polenta

Cooked like polenta and presented like a French quenelle (an oval-shaped dumpling), this recipe has complex and complementary flavors to enhance stews, meats or other protein entrées.
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Apple Cabbage Coleslaw

Apple Cabbage Coleslaw With Poppy Seed Vinaigrette

Apples and braised cabbage is the classic flavor pairing that inspired this salad. Traditional mayonnaise is replaced with poppy seed vinaigrette, which adds a great contrast of color and flavor. Full-fat yogurt is also a great substitute for mayo-based coleslaws.
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Baked-Italian-Squash

Baked Italian Acorn Squash

In the fall, sweet and slightly caramelized baked squash is a real treat. Try topping it with fresh herbs and olive oil, or drizzle with cinnamon and maple syrup.
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leftover turkey recipe, barley soup

Turkey Barley Soup

Homemade turkey stock is a great base and perhaps the most important part of this wholesome soup. With its whole barley, carrots, celery, onion, kale, and chopped fresh parsley and cubed turkey meat, you have truly nurturing soup.
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healthy turkey gravy

Turkey Gravy

Serve this delicate yet deeply flavorful, and healthy gravy over sliced turkey, mashed potatoes — and all kinds of Thanksgiving leftovers.
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turkey curry and rice

Turkey Curry

Leftover turkey makes an excellent curry dish, especially when served with brown rice. If you don’t have all these spices on hand, don’t be shy about buying them (most are available in small quantities in the bulk-spice section of natural markets).
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