Did you know there are different levels of ground turkey - similar to ground beef? I was having a conversation this weekend with someone who didn't know you can buy 99 percent fat free ground turkey, as well as the regular ground turkey, which I think is 93/7. There might even be a lower grade, but I've never touched it.
Most of the time, the hubs and I buy 99 percent, which is ground turkey breast. It's a lot more dry than the 93/7, especially if you are making turkey burgers. But if you are going to make any soup or sauce, like spaghetti with it, it's great and so much better for you! I want to tell you that it's good for meatloaf, but the only recipe I've tried for meatloaf was horrible, so I can't.
What is your favorite way to cook ground turkey?