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Out of the Box Thanksgiving Foods
Any adventurers out there?
DrCool

10+ Year Member



 
Msg#: 3734 posted 6:52 pm on Nov 27, 2002 (gmt 0)

Turkey, stuffing, potatoes, gravy, cranberries, etc... they are all great but sometimes unique foods can make the meal memorable.

Last year I did the deep fried turkey thing and it was wonderful. I tried a deep fried prime rib around Christmas as well and it was amazing.

I think for dessert this year rather than doing the traditional pumpkin and apple pie I will try something different. I am thinking deep fried twinkies and oreos. I have tried the Oreos before and they were great and have heard great thing about the twinkies.

Anybody else have something unique they are planning for the big meal?

 

duckhunter

10+ Year Member



 
Msg#: 3734 posted 3:38 pm on Nov 28, 2002 (gmt 0)

Since there seems to be a good bit of confusion, us Louisiana folk have been frying turkeys for generations. Here's the recipe we use and once you do it right, you'll never cook one another way :)

- Roughly 3-3.5 minutes per pound at a maintained 325 degrees.
- Final call is to test the breast meat with a meat thermometer should be 165 degree at the deepest point.

* 15-20 Lb. Bird
* 3-4 Gallons Peanut Oil or Sunflower Oil
(Depends on size of pot and bird. Don't put too much oil, the bird displaces alot and you risk overflow and!yikes! fire!, might I mention a BIG fire with 4 gallons of oil at 325 degrees)

Now back to the matter at hand,

* Rub down the bird with creole seasoning

* Using an injector, inject with vegetable broth (or seasoned injection sauce)

* Most propane burner setups you can buy at the hardware store have a hook made for getting the bird in an out of the oil. Look for one of those.

* Bring your oil temp to 300-325 degrees. This is the most important part of having your Turkey just right. I can't stress this part enough. If you let the temp get too high for as little as 10 minutes. You've lost some of your "moistness". Too low and your guests will be eating pink Turkey.

* Cook for approximately 3 minutes per pound. When time is up, lift the bird out of the oil and check the deepest part of the breast with a meat thermometer. It should read at least 165 degrees. (Much over 170 and the bird is falling apart). Continue to cook until breast meat reaches 165 degrees

First and foremost is to be careful. 4 gallons of oil at 325 can be trouble if you don't excersise a little common sense ;)

Enjoy!

DuckHunter

thunderpaste

10+ Year Member



 
Msg#: 3734 posted 5:48 pm on Nov 28, 2002 (gmt 0)

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I actually say that every day.

duckhunter

10+ Year Member



 
Msg#: 3734 posted 7:02 pm on Nov 28, 2002 (gmt 0)

I've never tried it but I recently heard frying a frozen twinkie is pretty good. Sounds good.

Hollywood

10+ Year Member



 
Msg#: 3734 posted 8:08 pm on Nov 28, 2002 (gmt 0)

Happy Thanksgiving from one 1/2 Irish 1/2 Italian SEO

======================================================

Gaelic Blessings and Irish Sayings

You’ve blessed me with friends and laughter and fun
With rain that’s as soft as the light from the sun-
You’ve blessed me with the stars to brighten each night
You’ve give me help to know wrong from right
You’ve give me so much please, Lord give me too
A heart that is always grateful to you.

May good luck be your friend
In whatever you do
And may trouble be always
A stranger to you.

May good luck be your friend
In whatever you do
And may trouble be always
A stranger to you.

May your blessings outnumber
The Shamrocks that grow
And may trouble avoid you
Wherever you go.

Whenever there is happiness
Hope you’ll be there too,
Wherever there are friendly smiles
Hope they’ll smile on you,
Whenever there is sunshine,
Hope it shine especially
For you to make each day for you
As bright as it can be.

May your troubles be less
And your blessing be more
And nothing but happiness
Come through your door

Lucky stars above you,
Sunshine on your way,
Many friends to love you,
Joy in work and play-
Laughter to outweigh each care,
In your heart a song-
And gladness waiting everywhere
All your whole life long

May the roads rise to meet you.
May the wind be at your back.
May the sun shine warm upon your face;
The rain fall soft upon your fields
And, until we meet again,
May God hold you in the palm of His hand.
A GAELIC BLESSING

DrCool

10+ Year Member



 
Msg#: 3734 posted 4:42 am on Nov 29, 2002 (gmt 0)

Just a quick update:

The fried twinkies and oreos were a big hit. The oil got a bit too hot and the twinkies cooked a bit fast but after the oil cooled down a bit the oreos turned out great. I would recommend these to anyone.

sanity

10+ Year Member



 
Msg#: 3734 posted 5:51 am on Nov 29, 2002 (gmt 0)

Rumour has it that most Aussies just put some prawns on the barbie at the beach.

Not always at the beach but prawns, oysters, lobster et al have become staples at many an Aussie Christmas. After all, who wants to cook a roast when it's 35-40 degrees (about 95-104 fahrenheit) ;)

Happy Thanksgiving all!

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