Try this delightful lighter version of a bolognese sauce tonight. Ground turkey stands in for the beef and is flavored with aromatic vegetables like celery, parsnips, fennel, garlic, and onion. White wine and cream finish off this rich tasting sauce served over wide pasta noodles.
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