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Make a Meal with Plainville Organic Ground Turkey

FEATURED MEAT: Plainville Organic Ground Turkey

Low in saturated fat and cholesterol, ground turkey is healthful, versatile and simply delicious! And when you serve Plainville Farms ground turkey, you know your family is getting the very best.

Plainville Farms Organic Ground Turkey is made from organic turkeys that are raised year-round. To be labeled as certified organic, a turkey must be free-range, antibiotic-free and fed a vegetarian diet containing grains that are certified organic. Certified organic grains are free of synthetic chemicals such as pesticides and fertilizers, free of genetically modified organisms and grown on farmland that has been chemical free for at least three years. An organic turkey also must be minimally processed, with no artificial ingredients.

Try these five different ways to enjoy ground turkey:

1) Feed a Crowd: Healthy and hearty turkey chili turns your next gathering of family and friends into an easy and memorable dinner! Our recipe for Ground Turkey Chili, filled with three kinds of beans, crushed tomatoes, spices and shredded cheese, will become a family favorite.

2) Italian Night: Make turkey meatballs for an Italian dinner. Keep them simple but irresistible with basil, breadcrumbs and Parmesan. Serve with spaghetti and marinara sauce.

3) Mexican Fiesta: Turn ground turkey into fiesta with turkey tacos, served with salsa, shredded cheese and Roche Bros.’ own guacamole.

4) Moroccan Style: Popular in North Africa and the Middle East, Kefta is a dish made with meatballs served over onions cooked in chicken broth, and the dish is flavored with traditional Morrocan “ras el hanout,” a mix of spices including cumin, cinnamon, coriander, allspice, ground cloves and more. Try it out with ground turkey!

5) Comfort Classic: On a cold night, Turkey Meatloaf will keep everyone happy and full at your dinner table. Serve with mashed potatoes, green beans and a side of ketchup. Or make it a little smoky with barbecue sauce instead!