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Turducken: Holiday tradition
Turducken have become a popular part of the holiday feast.
(Gary) You mentioned turducken, why don't you tell me and the folks at home what we are talking about.
A turducken is simply a boneless turkey, stuffed with a boneless duck, stuffed with a boneless chicken. We're going to take our cornbread stuffing which we make here in the house. We are going to take that and stuff it into this wonderful, boneless, de-boned chicken. Then we have our wonderful boneless duck breast. We are going to stuff that inside the turkey. And then we are going to stuff the turkey with this awesome cajun sausage, that is taken out of the casing and ground up. I get this from Cajun Specialty Meats in Pensacola.
First thing we are going to do is take all of this Cajun cornbread stuffing. Now I am going to take this stuffed chicken and I am going to stuff it right inside my boneless, de-boned turkey. We are going to take our wonderful de-boned duck breast, see how beautiful that is? We've got it seasoned, we're going to stuff that right on top of our turkey breast. Next we are going to stuff in this wonderful Cajun sausage. And you know, people ask me, what don't you use Andouille sausage, well, Andouille sausage is very meatiful. Doesn't have as much fat. It doesn't work as well in this particular dish.
Then I am going to take the legs and I am going to fold them under like so and that's going to hold that together. And now, you have the perfect turducken. We've got the neck sewed up on this side. We are ready to go. We want to cook this at 375 degrees for 5 hours, it's going to come out perfect. We're going to put his in the oven.
Come have a turducken, either at home or come out here to Dockside Cafe.