Alphabetically Listed Recipes

Teriyaki Breast Fillets

November 17, 2011 |

Our best selling turkey tenderloin. Marinated and ready to enjoy we recommend grilling for this tender delight. Teriyaki Fillets makes a great partner with Chinese Fried Rice & a side of green beans and slivered almonds.


Our best selling turkey tenderloin. Marinated and ready to enjoy we recommend cooking on the BBQ on medium low heat for this tender delight. Teriyaki Fillets makes a great partner with Chinese Fried Rice & a side of green beans and slivered almonds.


This is an all time favourite part of the turkey. This fillet is located in the breast, oblong in shape and is  from the inner part of the breast and is very tender.  This is Hayter’s Farm own recipe  and can also be purchased at your local market.  Ready for you to grill!


A light and flavourful wrap, perfect for a hot summer’s day. Get a calcium boost and serve with  a side of Balkan Yogurt.  Delicious!   


Thai Turkey Salad

August 19, 2014 |

Left-over turkey breast  takes most of the prep work out of this salad, tossed with a yummy peanut butter dressing. Put this main dish on the table for your family in less than 30 minutes.


Be consistent with your flour when baking. Different brands vary in protein content and therefore will change the flavour and texture of your final product. Olives are a fruit. Try substituting olive oil when baking. Place an apple wedge with left over cake when refrigerating, this will help keep it moist Parchment paper makes your life […]


Buy local when at all possible. Keep mushrooms in a cool dry place. Refrigerate in an open brown paper bag. Do not keep in plastic bags and never wash until ready to use!   To Blanch your vegetables. Submerge into boiling water for a 3 minutes, remove and place in ice cold water. This process […]


Garnish your food: eyes are the first to feast. A small amount of vinegar will enhance the flavor of anything you’re cooking; from chutney’s to poultry and even seafood. Add a touch of vinegar either during the marinating or cooking process. Onions can add flavour to just about every dish. A small amount of salt […]


~Glass conducts heat better than metal, so lower oven temperature by 25 degrees if using glass. ~Wooden or Plastic cutting boards only, everything else dulls your knife. ~Put onions in freezer 20 minutes before chopping. This will help with the tears! ~To prevent discoloration of low acid foods once cut, squeeze ½ fresh lemon and toss […]