Tupperware presents recipes of classic Thanksgiving dishes: roasted turkey with tomato sauce

The fourth Thursday in November is a day when hostesses have an excuse to show off their culinary prowess and get the whole family together for a festive dinner. In the U.S., it is known as Thanksgiving, and in 2013 falls on Nov. 28. Tupperware invites you to join this wonderful tradition and please your loved ones with culinary novelties and offers a selection of traditional recipes for this holiday. “The queen of the evening” on Thanksgiving is turkey, and pumpkin, another classic Thanksgiving ingredient, can be used to make side dishes, soups and desserts. All of these dishes can be effortlessly brought to life in any kitchen with the unique Tupperware products.

We will need:

10 slices of mozzarella

15 basil leaves

600 g turkey filet


10 g capers

30 ml olive oil

Salt, pepper to taste

For gravy:

250 grams of cherry tomatoes

4 garlic cloves

2 st.l. dried oregano

200 g olives

2 tbsp.l. lemon peel

Method of preparation:

1. For the sauce, cut the tomatoes into halves, cut the garlic into pieces with a vegetable knife Universal.

2. Put the tomato halves, garlic, oregano, olives, lemon zest and 3 tablespoons of tomato zest in a 2-liter UltraPro saucepan.l. olive oil. Stir everything.

3. Slice the turkey with a Universal filet cutter and roast on a Chef’s Pan 24 cm for 1 minute on each side.

4. Spread cheese on slices of meat, a basil leaf, and place it all on top of the vegetables.

5. Bake in oven at 200oC for 20 minutes.

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