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Weekend bites: Talking turkey

Looking for something interesting to do with your turkey left overs this year? How about turning your back on tradition and livening things up with a spicy Thai treat on St Stephen's Day?

Saba's Executive Chef, Taweesak Trakoolwattana, has created these delicious recipes that feature cooked turkey as a key ingredient.

Tasty and nutritious, they're as far removed from stuffing and roasties as you could hope for.


The fresh and light Spicy Thai Turkey Salad is gluten-free and offers a fuss-free idea for a speedy lunch that makes an impression.

For something spicier, maybe dinner after a long St Stephen's Day, this warming gluten-free Gaeng Pet turkey curry will hit the spot.

And if you've decided to be virtuous before the new year kicks in, Taweesak's recipes contain less than 450 calories each!

Saba is an award winning Thai and Vietnamese restaurant on Clarendon Street, Dublin 2. www.sabadublin.com