The base for French cuisine is called Mirepoix and consists of 2-part onion, 1-part carrot and 1-part celery. Because this recipe uses Turkey, peppers might be a bit too bold. The Italian cuisine base is called Soffrito and incorporates the mirepoix while adding garlic where appropriate. The beauty of cooking is that you can add or subtract whatever you like to achieve the flavor you desire.
This does not use the holy trinity of creole cuisine. Which is bell pepper celery and onion. Not sure the writer has any culinary knowledge.
I tried this recipe this evening. It smells amazing and tastes delicious. I will use it again. I used season all salt, pepper and .5 cup less milk.
Delicious way to change up turkey leftovers! Easy recipe to follow and tastes great. Egg noodles keep it from being to heavy and starchy. Decided to salt and pepper to taste vs. using recipe. Worked out perfectly. Would also be good with chicken. Deeeeeelissh!
The pepper absolutely over powered this casserole. It needed something. Will need lots of altering if I ever make it again.