Smoked Turkey Tetrazzini with Fresh Broccoli
Good Housekeeping published the first reference to turkey tetrazzini in October 1908. The recipe that I have used for years comes from The Good Housekeeping Cookbook published in 1973. It was a present to SWMBO from her Mother after our wedding in 1972. The original recipe that I adapted to leftover turkey from that cookbook is actually a “Chicken Tetrazzini” recipe. The cookbook still serves as a great source for delicious recipes.
I served my Smoked Turkey Terazzini with a side of freshly steamed Broccoli from my garden. This is my first year at a winter garden and being able to harvest fresh broccoli from the garden to steam Al Dante for dinner is priceless. It’s also delicious – observe those succulent florets and that deep green color!!