What to do with a turkey that’s been sitting on the ground for three years? Recipe roundup

The following is a collection of my favorite recipes for ground turkey, and the ones I’ve been trying for the last few years.

If you’ve been on the hunt for a great turkey dinner, I’m here to help.

For those of you that want to get into ground turkey more seriously, here are my top tips.


Start slow, but keep an eye on the birds.

First things first.

A ground turkey should be cooked through and the flavor and texture should be spot on.

If the turkey is still on the rack and the cooking time is long, add a bit more gravy and let the turkey sit for a few minutes to cook off some of the excess moisture.

This should give the turkey a nice, crisp, flavorful center and the meat a little more flavor and more body.2.

Take care of the birds before cooking.

It is a good idea to soak the bird in hot water and pat dry it for a minute or two.

This is important to prevent it from drying out too much.

Once the water has soaked the bird, put the bird into the refrigerator for at least 10 minutes, and then take the bird out of the fridge.

You may need to do this to get the meat to a proper internal temperature.

You can then gently pat dry the bird with a towel and let it sit in the refrigerator, covered, for about 30 minutes.

The goal is to get a nice and moist bird.

If it is still a bit dry, put it back into the fridge and cook for another 15 minutes or so.3.

Once you have a nice cooked turkey, it’s time to put it on a platter.

Put the turkey on a plate and place it on top of a large serving of mashed potatoes, a large plate of steamed broccoli, or a large baking sheet.

If there is not enough gravy, add it to the top of the turkey and serve immediately.4.

When you are ready to eat, flip the turkey over and serve it with gravy, mashed potatoes or steamed vegetables on top.5.


The following recipes are my favorites, but if you have any other favorite turkey recipes that you’d like to share, let me know in the comments below!

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Happy Thanksgiving!