Turkey is symbolic of thanksgiving in North America and Christmas in England. Usually part of a traditional feast, the poultry meat is frequently marketed as a beef substitute. The meat is sold fresh or frozen. Whole turkeys usually have to be baked or roasted for several hours.
Commonly used in:
Sandwiches, burgers, main course, salads and curries
Turkey is said to be more protein rich than other meats. Regular turkey consumption can help lower cholesterol levels. The meat can help keep insulin levels stable