Recipe Contributed by Field Staff Writer G. Thurman.
Summer in Kansas is hot and very humid. During these months it’s hard to work up much of an appetite for any big, heavy meals. This is why I love making pasta dishes with lighter sauces. They go perfect with either wild turkey or really any type of seafood and have the added benefit of being a healthy alternative to cream based sauces. Since I live in Wichita there isn’t much of a coast line, so the two wild turkeys we are allowed to harvest every spring take center stage in this dish. This dish is a favorite around my house for the hot summer months. It is a great way to showcase the true taste of wild turkey and not cover it up by frying or heavy sauces. The only issue I ever have with this is that their never seems to be enough meat on a turkey, it goes so fast!
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