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Posted by: Richard Fl on 2010/11/18 11:52:35  

In Reply to: Re:turducken question posted by mad max beyond eggdome on 2010/11/18 11:50:48

I have done a few as Max said a little higher temp is warranted. NO SMOKE as the stuffing will rapidly absorb it.

Turkey, Turducken, Richard Fl

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INGREDIENTS:
1 15Lbs Turducken, Stuffed Creole Style, Tony Chachere's
*****Marinade*****
2 Cloves Garlic, Sliced
6 Ozs. Orange Juice Concentrate
1 Tbs Oregano
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1 Tbs Pepper, Black
1 Tbs Cumin
2 Tbs Kosher Salt
2 Cups Lemon Juice, Fresh




Procedure:
1 For a regular unstuffed turkey, marinate the bird over night in a plastic container. This will make enough for a 10-12 pound bird. Saved the basting juice and made a gravy, little tart, but good!
2 Stuff the bird with lots of garlic and cook as you normally would, using the marinade to baste. Baste the bird every now and then. When done, use the drippings and add some corn starch mixed in cold water and make a gravy.
3 This marinade is used for turkey, Cajun Style, however I used it for a Turducken.
4 Marinated turducken for 2 hours. Just basted the turducken. Did not put in any container like the unstuffed bird, 'cause figured the dressing would get mushy. It was a little anyway, but not because of the way it was marinated.
5 Placed in large BGE 350°F, platesetter legs up, NO SMOKE! 15 pound bird, 20 minutes/pound if defrosted. Internal temperature 160°F. This bird took 5 hours.
NOTE the lemon halves to moisten the breasts, hehe.





6 Roasted in rib rack, turned over, top of drip pan.
7 Covered with foil the first 4 hours and then removed the last hour to brown up.




8 Rested for 45 minutes.
9 Presentation!
10 Removed drumsticks, thighs and wings, only bones on bird. Split down center and cut into 1 1/2 inch slices.


Recipe Type
Main Dish, Marinade, Poultry

Recipe Source
Source: BGE Forum, Richard Fl, 2007/03/10

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