b'Expanding Access toClick N Cook RecipeHealthy Food ThroughWondering what to do with that leftover Thanksgiving turkey? Try out a Turkey Curry recipe, courtesy of Click N Cook, SNAP The Greater Boston Food Banks (GBFB) online recipe resource! Its estimated that virtually everyone who gets food at one of our partner pantries is eligible for the Supplemental NutritionAssistance Program (SNAP, formerly food stamps) based on their income, but only half are actually enrolled in the program. This was one of the findings from a study conducted last yearby The Greater Boston Food Bank (GBFB) Health and Research Team entitled Measuring Hunger at Food Pantries. This potential underutilization of SNAP could have a far-reaching effect on our hunger-relief efforts. For every meal provided by food banks and the emergency food system throughout the U.S., SNAP provides nine meals.If we hope to help more of our clients access SNAP, understanding the number who are not in the program is thefirst step, said Christa Mayfield, GBFB manager of federal food programs. Its an area we see as an opportunity for growth. Leftover Turkey CurryChrista leads the GBFB SNAP program, a two-person team that this year helped over 500 people fill out SNAP applicationstheIngredientsequivalent of nearly 400,000 mealsnearly double our total from1 cup cauliflower, chopped into small floretsjust two years ago. (or frozen cauliflower florets)As a result of the study, some of our partner pantries have taken1 small yellow bell pepper, sliceda proactive approach to SNAP signup. That includes surveying small red onion, slicedtheir visitors regarding SNAP participation, dedicating more1 cup cooked turkey, cubedresources to SNAP outreach, and coordinating closer with 1 clove garlic, mincedGBFB on our own SNAP assistance.1 teaspoon ginger, grated(or 1/4 teaspoon ginger powder)1/2 cup light coconut milk1/2 teaspoon brown sugar2 teaspoons red curry paste(or yellow curry powder)2 teaspoons lime juice1/2 cup basil leaves, torn (optional)Directions1.Coat a pan with cooking spray and heat over medium. Add cauliflower, bell pepper and onion. Cover and cook until tender, about 6 minutes.2.Add turkey, garlic, ginger and cook until fragrant.3.Add coconut milk, curry paste (orpowder), and brown sugar and heat through.4.Add lime juice and stir in basil (if using).Recipe TipsServe over rice or noodlesFor more healthy recipes, visit clickncook.org 5'