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Chicken Tamales

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Learn how to make tamales with this recipe for delicious chicken tinga tamales with tomatoes and chipotles in adobo. You can also swap in turkey for the chicken in the filling (feel free to use leftover cooked turkey if you'd like--dark meat works best). Mexican grocery stores sell everything you need to make tamales, including corn husks and freshly ground corn masa, but you can also find the ingredients at most well-stocked grocery stores. The secret to a good tamale is mixing the dough thoroughly, until it's as airy as possible. If you have leftovers of the spicy chicken filling, use it to make nachos, serve it with scrambled eggs and tortillas, stuff it into tacos or serve it on tostadas.

Slow-Cooker Maple-Mustard Turkey Breast

Depart from the expected roasted whole turkey for Thanksgiving dinner, and serve this succulent, slow-cooker turkey breast instead. You'll delight guests with a new dish and also save yourself hands-on time and effort. As a bonus on Turkey Day, this recipe leaves your oven free for stuffing and casseroles. If whole turkey breast isn't available, ask your butcher to cut up a whole turkey and give you the whole turkey breast. To make this recipe gluten free, use