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November 24, 1989 - Image 85

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-11-24

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SAM'S
FRUIT MKT •

25282 Greenfield Rd.

for about 1 1/2 to 2 hours. Baste
occasionally. When juices run
clear, remove and let rest
under foil for 15 minutes. Cut
out the breast meat, remove
thighs. Reserve pan juices.
CIDER SAUCE
Remaining turkey bones
and frame
1 yellow onion
2 tart apples
4 ribs celery
2 medium carrots
1 tablespoon thyme
1 bay leaf
1 cup kosher apple cider
pan juices
2 tablespoons margarine
Chop the turkey carcass in
smaller pieces. Peel and chop
onion and apples, dice carrot
and celery. Brown the carcass
with the vegetable and sea-
soning. Cover with water
(about 1/2 gallon, or to cover
well). Bring to a boil and cook

over medium heat uncovered,
for two hours. When only two
cups of the liquid remains,
pour through a sieve to
remove solids.
In another pan, melt Y2
tablespoon margarine and
add 1/2 tablespoon flour, stirr-
ing. Add the liquid, cider and
the reserved pan juices, bring
to a boil. Adjust seasoning,
add 2 tablespoons margarine.
Cut the breast and thigh
meat into neat slices, arrange
on serving platter, and heat
carefully with the stuffing, all
covered with tin foil, in a 350
degree oven for about 15
minutes. Pour about half the
hot sauce over, and offer the
rest of the sauce separately.
Serve with baked potatoes,
crisp broccoli or green beans.
TURKEY SALAD
The meat you cut off the
carcass before making broth
or leftovers is put to good use
in the following refreshing
turkey salad. With a smooth
taste from the avocado, the
tang of the grapefruit, and
the zip of onion, this turkey
salad is a lovely, colorful ac-
cent for an impromptu lunch
or supper dish. Top with
parve croutons if you wish, or
browned slivered almonds for
crunch.

1 large avocado
1 large grapefruit

1 red onion
1 head lettuce
1 to 2 cups cooked turkey
meat
1 cup oil and vinegar
dressing (1/2 kosher
vinegar, % oil) or
bottled kosher Italian
dressing
Arrange the lettuce on a
platter or in a bowl, alternate
avocade slices, grapefruit
slices (cut the peel off the
grapefruit in , a spiral to
remove the pith as well as the
peel, then cut the sections out
by cutting downward on
either side of the membrane)
and thin slices of onion. Top
with turkey and dress with
the oil and vinegar. Fresh
oranges may be used instead
of the grapefruit. Serves 4.

The standard burger and
loaf are no longer made ex-
clusively from ground beef.
By substituting ground
turkey you can enjoy "beef-
less" dishes and have the ad-
ditional benefit of lower
calories.
TURKEY BURGERS
1 pound ground turkey
1/2 cup fresh bread crumbs
1 small onion, minced
1 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon freshly
ground pepper
Combine all ingredients
with Y4 cup water and mix
well with your hands until
smooth. Shape the mixture
into 4-inch patties and place
on a greased rack in the
broiler pan. Broil 5 inches
from the heat for about 6
minutes on each side. Serve
on rolls or toasted English
muffins. Serves 4.
TURKEY LOAF
1 (one pound) loaf frozen
bread dough
3 cups ground turkey
1 cup bread crumbs
3 /4 cup gravy
1 /2 onion, chopped
Salt & pepper
2 tablespoons margarine,
melted
Let frozen dough thaw to
room temperature 2Y2 to 3Y2
hours, or overnight in refrig-
erator. Mix ingredients to-
gether and shape into 6 equal
patties approximately 4 inch-
es in diameter. Cut thawed
loaf into 6 equal pieces. On
lightly floured board roll each
piece into a circle approx-
imately 6 inches in diameter.
Wrap dough pieces around
turkey. Fold ends over patty
and seal. Place seam side
down on lightly greased
cookie sheet. Brush loaves
with margarine. With sharp
knife make small cuts in top
of dough. Bake in 375 degree
oven 20 to 25 minutes or un-
til golden brown. Serves 6.

Just North of 10 Mile

PM
DAILY 7 AM-7
6
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SUNDAY 7 ARDAY
CLOSED SATU
YOU ET
G T
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BES AT TUE
LOWF,ST PRIG

• 9684.850 •

SAM'S
FRUIT MARKET

In Oak Park
will be dosing
due to poor health.

EVERYTHING MUST GO
20%030% OFF

On All Merchandise

The Management

STORE IS FOR SALE

American Heart
Associatio n

WE'RE FIGHTING FOR YOUR LIFE

Eat less
saturate d
fats.

WE'RE FIGHTING FOR
YOUR LIFE

• Custom Mirror Walls • Bi-fold Mirror Doors
• Sliding Mirror Doors • Heavy Plate Glass Table Tops
• Glass Pedestals with Brass or
Chrome Connectors Any Size
• Custom Shower Doors

32671 Northwestern Hwy.
Farmington Hills
Two locations to serve you
547-1214 • Berkley Store

American Heart
Association

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