Some posts include the recipe but I've never bothered to read it & see exactly how turkey muffins are made. Turns out turkey muffins are more of a turkey meatball placed in a muffin tray. Not at all what I had in mind. I hear muffin and think light fluffy, chewy goodness.
I don't know why but while food shopping today I thought I'd give turkey muffins a try but my way of course. As I mentioned before, in my mind I was trying to really create a muffin.
-1.5lbs of ground turkey
-1 box of Turkey Stove Top Stuffing (because there's just something about turkey and stuffing that will forever go together for me. Also I thought it would give me that muffin texture I was after)
-1.5 cups of water
-tablespoon of garlic minced
-3 green onions minced
-2 celery stalks diced
-3 small carrot stalks grated
-Italian bread crumbs
-grated Parmesan cheese
-In a mixing bowl add turkey, grated parmesan, salt, pepper, egg, oregano and mix with your hand.
-then mix in garlic, green onions, celery and carrots.
-next toss in Stove Top packet and pour in the water. Use the italian bread crumbs to help bind.
-spoon in the mix into a muffin tray. Cook at 375 for 40min.