Giving Thanks with Food: Three Recipes to Try this Thanksgiving

Trying out a different recipeDon’t be the Chandler Bing in this world full of Joey Tribiannis during Thanksgiving. Tired of the old roasted poultry on your table every year? Look no further because here are three rather unusual Thanksgiving recipes that have rights to be on your dinner table.

Turkey Tetrazzini

How about serving the turkey different this year? To make this slurpy recipe, you need to cook egg noodles, butter, sliced mushroom, chopped and cooked turkey, celery condensed cream, sour cream, salt and pepper and parmesan cheese. Stir fry everything, adding the cooked egg noodles last. Pour into another pan and bake until the top becomes bubbly. Serve, eat, repeat!

Sausage Cheese Balls

This next recipe is so simple that you only need three simple ingredients – a pound of sausage, 4 cups of cheddar cheese, and 3 cups of baking mix. Similarly, there are only three steps to make this – mix, bake for 15 minutes in a preheated oven of 400 degrees Fahrenheit, and eat! It is best consumed when hot. You can even make it with your kids.


Finally, you can never go wrong with a soup on this chilly evening holiday. The best, and probably the easiest to make is a cream base soup. Basically, you only have to mix everything up by the following steps: stir fry in a pan melted butter, salt, pepper, celery, and celery salt in a pan until the celery softens. Gradually add flour and wait for it to be cooked after around a minute, then add milk and any stock of your choice. Mix them all good and well and finally, add the cooked meat of your choice. Serve and have this warm treat while gathering around exchanging thanksgiving stories.

Serving food for Thanksgiving stories does not have to be too complicated. It does not have to be time-consuming either.