I’ll admit that cooking isn’t my favorite past time. My husband is the chef in the family but I do try to surprise him once in a while with a meal ready and on the table when he gets home from work. Cutting poultry is one of those tasks that makes my skin crawl so when my husband came home to this meal he assumed the turkey was pre-cut. HA! Yes sweetie, I made it all on my own. It’s nothing fancy but I wanted to try the new Top Chop Market gourmet free-range turkey combo box.
The Butter Garlic Turkey Breast caught my eye first. The premium cut was incredibly lean. I didn’t have to remove anything from the meat. The turkey breasts were pre seasoned so I didn’t ad anything additional. I browned the turkey with a little bit of olive oil, then added fresh cut mushrooms, green and red peppers, and onion. After letting the veggies cook I layered the mixture with cheese and sour cream onto a tortilla. We enjoyed fresh, simple turkey fajitas for dinner. My husband and I both enjoyed the turkey but felt the seasoning could have been stronger. We also agreed that we still enjoyed this product and love the fact that Top Chop Market sells free-range turkey and can shop with confidence with their 100% guarantee:
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We also tried one of the cooked turkey sausages from the Top Chop Market combo box (they offer both cooked and uncooked options). My husband makes an amazing sausage chowder. He typically uses a kielbasa sausage but the smoked sausage with cheddar cheese sounded like a great alternative.
- 5 pounds potatoes
- 1 kielbasa sausage (14 oz) or your other favorite sausage
- can creamed corn
- can whole kernel corn
- can cream of mushroom soup
- Cut and peel potatoes and boil in a large pot of water (add enough water to cover potatoes). Once the potatoes are cooked, add creamed corn, whole kernel corn, and cream of mushroom soup. Heat and slice the cooked sausage and add to the soup. Serve and enjoy!
This soup is great on a cold winter day and has become a family favorite. We loved the Top Chop turkey sausage.
The only negative we could come up with for this product is the price. I’m not sure how prices compare for other free-range products but we weren’t sure we’d spend $65.99 + S&H on the combo box. With that said I did purchase our local chicken at the deli window today instead of the pre-packaged big name brand and was willing to pay the extra cost to get a more natural product.
You can purchase a variety of Top Chop Market free-range gourmet turkey products online at www.topchopmarket.com.
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Disclosure: I received samples for the purpose of this review however all thoughts are 100% my own.