Turkey And Chickpea Moroccan Stew (Gluten-Free)
Turkey And Chickpea Moroccan Stew – a colourful and spicy combination of leftover turkey, chickpeas and veggies. This year I wanted to make something a bit more exotic with the turkey leftovers. So here it is, I made a killer gluten-free turkey and chickpea stew full of great flavour. I used spices such as cumin, chili pepper, turmeric and cardamom. Then I added chickpeas, tomatoes, collards and a few potatoes. But the best part…wait for it, raisins. Yes, raisins are what makes this stew beyond amazing!
This is a rich and generously spiced stew using leftover turkey. I love turkey meat because it is healthy, lean and very flavourful. To make this Moroccan stew you will need only one pot and 30 minutes from start to finish. This is a gluten-free dinner recipe for an easy weeknight meal using leftovers. What I love about this Moroccan recipe is, if you don’t have turkey leftovers you can use chicken, and if you are following a plant-based diet add tofu or nothing at all.
During holidays we often serve turkey leaving extra leftovers for the next day. Making turkey soup is a must, but if you had a big bird you as I always have, you will have plenty of leftover turkey meat the next day. Making this Moroccan tasty stew is a great way to use up those leftovers. This dinner recipe will not disappoint, especially when you serve it with gluten-free pull-apart soft rolls
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