Pavo relleno - Mexican stuffed roast turkey
'In Mexico, a turkey is called a guajolote or pavo; they are native to Mexico and were only brought to Europe after the Spanish arrived in the 16th century,' says chef Adriana Cavita. 'Traditionally we would stuff it with tomato and acitrón, which is a candied sweet (a bit like Spanish membrillo) made from the biznaga cactus. The cactus is now endangered and prohibited to eat, so I use a mixture of dried fruit here instead.'
Recipe by Adriana Cavita