Recipe: Biscuits with Smoked Turkey and Cranberry Chutney

Makes 3 dozen 2-inch biscuits, approximate cost: $17.50

    •2 pounds smoked turkey breast
    •1 1/2 cups cranberry chutney

Make a batch of my chutney or use this short cut: Mix a can of whole-berry cranberry sauce with a Major Grey's-style Mango Chutney. Make a batch of these biscuits, or use your favorite pre-made canned biscuit dough, cut into 2-inch rounds.

Cut the baked biscuits in half. On the bottom half add smoked turkey and top with a teaspoon of cranberry-mango chutney, then place the top half back on.

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Regina Charboneau is the owner of Twin Oaks Bed & Breakfast in Natchez, Mississippi. She is the author of Regina's Table at Twin Oaks. More

Regina Charboneau is the owner of Twin Oaks Bed & Breakfast in Natchez, Mississippi. She is the author of two cookbooks: A Collection of Seasonal Menus & Recipes from Regina's Kitchen and Regina's Table at Twin Oaks.

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