Photo: Jennifer Tyler Lee
Ground meat is often more approachable to anyone with a finicky palate than, say, a chicken drumstick or bone-in pork chop. But for nights when you just don't feel like having burgers again, Bolognese is a great option. This slow-cooker turkey version, from Jennifer Tyler Lee, of the healthy-eating site 52 New Foods
, is easy to make (prep takes just 15 minutes) and is a delicious way to turn noodles, or roasted spaghetti squash, into a hearty meal.
Get the recipe: Slow-Cooker Turkey Bolognese