Every year we raise about six or seven turkeys for our freezer. Since most people only eat turkey for a holiday or two every year, plus a sandwich here and there, we get the inevitable question when people hear how much turkey we eat. “Don’t you get tired of it?” they ask. Well, I suppose if we were just roasting all of them like Thanksgiving dinner, we might get tired of that, but we have quite a repertoire of turkey recipes. About the only turkey that gets roasted whole is the one on Thanksgiving.
We cut up most of our turkeys into strips or bite-sized pieces, and we grind up quite a bit for burgers and chili. The strips get turned into “turkey tenders,” which is pretty much like chicken fingers, and the bite-sized pieces get used for stir-fries, such as this recipe.
Szechwan Turkey and Peanuts is one of my favorite turkey recipes, and if you are a fan of chicken breasts, you will probably love this too. We’ve served this to guests with rave reviews.