Turkey seems to be that scary thing in the kitchen. For some reason we worry about the prep, making it too dry or undercooked, as though we just can never get a handle on how to make it. This easy recipe gives you the tools to make a succulent turkey as well as interesting side dishes, that are not only tasty, but gluten-free, thanks to their liberal use of rice in the dish. The gravy is the only thing not gluten-free, but cornstarch is a fine substitute for regular flour when thickening.
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