I read the other review and left out the sugar. Used some spicy mustard I had on hand and plenty of low salt homemade pasta sauce. You should even add some water. I prefer the casserole to be more wet than dry. Pasta tends to remove any signs of liquid. Invite the family there is more than enough to go around. I transferred this to a casserole dish to melt the cheese. Two hot sausages will elevate the flavor, but I’m sure that’s a no-no dieting with the salt, but remember two sausages for eight people. This easily serves eight people. I hope I can freeze some of this there are only two of us eating this tonight. It is definitely tasty.
Way too sweet, and very bland. Next time I'd cut the sugar to 1/2 Tbs and add 1/2 tsp red pepper flakes. I'd also develop some flavor with some oil and the garlic and some oregano before cooking the turkey. Even my wife, who does not like spicy things, got out the hot sauce. The other thing about this recipe is that it fills a 12" cast iron skillet completely to the top. It's very hard to mix all the ingredients and stir during cooking. This should be made in a dutch oven.