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    Hey, I just got my first Wild Turkey friday morning. I have two good size breasts(insert joke here)? Got any good recipes?

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    First off, fooker! i have been out in the woods unsucessfull the last 2 seasons to get a turkey. I didn't make it out yet this season, No time
    Anyway......
    I have some good recipes, how is the meat processed , i.e. whole bird, 1/4erd ect....

    If you do not plan to roast the whole bird, you can do several different things. Make chili and or soup with the dark meat.

    take the breast meat, cut into medalions ( circles) ( cut across the grain) and freeze what you are not going to use right away.

    Then marinate in italian salad dressing for a day or two, then grill it like chicken.
    OR

    Bread them ( dredge in flour, then dunk in beaten egg with a touch of milk ,then Itilian seasoned bread crumbs) fry in oil, top with marinara sauce and mozzarella cheese,bake to melt cheese. serve with pasta, and garlic bread viola, wild turkey parmesan.

    Or there is always turkey caciatore.
    large cut peppers, onions, mushrooms , garlic, celery, Cubed turkey meat, sautee all the Items in a touch of olive oil, enough to brown the meat, season with garlic salt, pepper and Itilian seasoning, and your favorite spag sauce, a splash of what ever kind of wine you have open, and simmer till the turkey is tender, serve over pasta. or rice.

    You can rub the medalions with cajun spice and grill them.
    Or grill them with terrayki sauce.

    Basically if you cut the breast into pieces you can treat it like chicken .

    Pick my brain for more if you like a certain type of cooking...............
    where did you bag the bird?

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    rub the breast with curry powder( huh huh, he said rub)

    Grill, or pan fry. Prepare sauce seperatly

    sauce:
    can of coconutmilk, touch of chicken flavored crystals( or boullion cube), salt and pepper, fresh minced garlic.
    slowly bring up to slow boil. thicken the mixture with small amount of cornstarch.
    ( disolve the cornstarch in cold water)
    it is simmilar to making a gravy.
    Place the grilled breast onto the plate and drizzle the sauce over the meat.

    OR
    you can leave one of the breast whole and slow cook it in a smoker, once done, chill it and slice really thin for sandwiches.
    Make a cranberry mayonaise to go on the bread. Just use canned jellied cranberry sauce, mash it with a fork and blend in with a touch of mayo, pinch of salt and pepper.


    Hey this food thing is fun now that I don't have to make a living at it anymore.


    [Edited on 5/6/02 by theothersean]

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    I'm jealous I haven't had time to go hunting in a while now... if I wasn't spending all my time playing with the bike and riding... perhaps I should get back into the woods to keep from getting more tickets... I'd rather just deal with the ticks...

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    Thanks for the advice sean. I will try some of them out soon. I only took the breast meat out of the birds. I was told that the rest of the meat wasn't worth the trouble of plucking. I got the bird in Walpole, NH ( home town) If you want to know more about it check out yesterday's NH sunday news. There is an article in the first section about our hunt.

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    Well yeh, but if you plucked the feathers you could have made a pillow

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    SEAN'S TURKEY CACCIATORE FUCKIN' ROCKS!!!

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    Oh yeh , I forgot about that

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