Wednesday, 17 December 2014

Minced Turkey Pie


The consumption of Turkey has become quite popular lately. This protein laden poultry is a healthy alternative to red and fat meats. It can be easy found in local supermarkets, butchers and even street markets. Turkey is a source of protein, healthy nutrients and widely consumed, not just at Christmas, but all year round.

Turkey is sold in many forms beyond the whole bird; there are steaks, sausages, drumsticks and even minced. In any case, the most important point to remember is not to overcook this poultry  or it will become dry quickly.


5 facts about Turkey:

1)skinless turkey is low on fat
2)this protein is rich zinc, potassium and phosphorus
3)when frequently eaten, Turkey can help lower cholesterol
4)due to its constitution it plays an important role in strengthening the immune system
5)it contains vitamin B6 and niacin, which are both essential for the body's energy production.

TIP: Minced Turkey pie can be made with your leftover turkey Christmas meal.

view the full recipe at Great British Chefs Blog: Minced Turkey Pie 

 

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