Show less Deep-fried turkey is delicious, but the process can be dangerous if you don't know what you're doing. However, if you follow the steps carefully, you can prepare a tasty turkey dinner for your family and friends!
We used to raise turkeys on our farm, and there's nothing more mouth-wateringly delicious than a free-range turkey, stuffed with my grandmother's cornmeal stuffing, baked in the oven and served with her sweet potatoes and fresh-cooked cranberries. At least that's what I thought until I started preparing my own turkeys—by deep-frying them. Yeah, I know, a deep-fried turkey sounds like it would have to be greasy beyond belief—just laden with extra calories and guaranteed to give you heartburn, right?
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Celebrate the holiday season with delicious turkey and some of our favourite trimmings — sweet potato mash and roasted broccoli. Start prepping when your oven comes up to temperature! Wash and dry all produce. In a large pot, combine sweet potatoes, 2 tsp salt and enough water to cover approximately 1 inch.
Deep-frying whole turkeys has become fantastically popular in southern Louisiana over the past several years. The turkey is anything but greasy; the deep-frying process seals the outside and the turkey remains incredibly juicy, while the skin gets wonderfully crispy. Just be careful you don't do like my friend Rick did and set your pot of oil on fire
If you have never deep fried turkey breast, try doing so by wrapping the breast in aluminum foil — leaving a juicy, tender interior and crispy exterior. For your first attempt, use turkey breasts instead of a whole turkey. This gives you room to mess up and start over without wasting much food.
Hunters often search for new flavors and techniques when it comes to preparing wild game. Non-traditional methods such as baking, smoking and grilling have recently had an surge in popularity due to the vast array of recipes readily available with the click of a mouse. Food lovers may look for different ways to marinate or blend new seasonings to change up the traditional way of preparing wild game.
Cooking for one or two this holiday season? These Crispy Fried Parmesan Turkey Cutlets are a special way to get your turkey without all of the leftovers! How many ways have you tried to use up your leftover turkey after Thanksgiving or Christmas?
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