If you were ever a person who bought guacamole already made, you won’t ever again after tasting this salad. You can make this into guacamole if you wish, just by mashing the avocado first and then adding the dressing. Keep the pit with the salad until ready to serve- it will maintain its beautiful green color instead of browning! This salad goes so well with sunnyside up eggs, chips to dip, sandwiches, fish… Make extra but it only will last another day or two in the fridge.
Turkey has a much better proportion of unsaturated fats to saturated fats than chicken. When you are at the butcher counter of any supermarket, ask them to thinly slice the turkey breast there for you. You can also grill it!
If you have chicken stock in your freezer or available you can use that instead of the turkey legs and the soup will be ready within ½ an hour (if you cut your cauliflower small enough) The trick to cutting cauliflower is to cut it in half first, then cut off the leaves and cut out the core. Then slice it and chop it over again.
I know this looks long, but read it and you will see how simple and EASY it is! Everyone has been making sweet hamentashen for Purim, with different typical and unique fillings. Some people have created savory hamentashen filled with ground meat and other goodness. I decided to create focaccia hamentashen because at every Purim meal, people want to have bread, but having challah just feels strange. Here is a bread for your feast that will wow your guests in flavor and appearance!
If you have a cast iron skillet or Dutch oven or saute pan that goes into the oven, skip the baking dish step and then it will be a one pan wonder!