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Turkey Hash in the slow cooker, packed with minced turkey, vegetables and gravy, gluten free Sunday lunch all in one.

Slow Cooked Turkey Hash

Makes: 3 servings
Prep Time: 15 Mins
Cooking Time: 6 Hours

Nutritional info per serving

Calories 453kcals

Carbs 58g | Fat 8g | Protein 40g
Sugar 9g | Fibre 5g


3 medium potatoes
1 butternut squash
2 carrots
1 red onion
500g turkey mince
500ml chicken stock
1tbsp gluten free worcestershire sauce
2 bay leaves
1tsp thyme
1/2tsp sage
4tbsp Knorr gluten free chicken gravy granules (or other granules) (or 2-3tbsp cornflour)


1. Peel and chop the potato, butternut squash and carrots into about 1-2cm cube and roughly chop the red onion, place all the veg in a slow cooker.

2. Place the turkey mince in a frying pan and fry until beginning to brown, it doesn't have to be fully cooked, just browned over. Once browned place in the slow cooked with the vegetables.

3. All chicken stock, worcestershire sauce, bay leaves, thyme and sage to the slow cooker. Leave on low for 6 hours.

4. About 5 hours into the cook add the gravy granules and stir in to thicken the gravy. Alternatively mix cornflour with a little water and stir in to thicken. Replace the lid and leave for the final hour.

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