Want to make your own Turducken without having to visit your local butcher? Well, you've asked for it. Here's your opportunity to stuff it, cook it and call it your own. Our Turducken kit includes 11 lbs. of finished meat. You get a partially deboned turkey (legs and wings attached), boneless skinless duck breast meat and a whole deboned chicken. Make your own stuffing, stuff it, sew it and cook it. We also include our secret seasoning blend.
Unit Size: Catch weight is 11.5 lbs. Approximate weights are: Turkey 9-9.5 lb, Chicken 1.6 -1.75 lb, Duck 1 lb
How to Stuff Your Turducken
1. Prepare Stuffing Safely - Stuffing using raw meat , poultry or shellfish, should be cooked and refrigerated to 40 F before stuffing to reduce the risk of foodborne illness from bacteria.
2. Stuff Loosely - Stuff the turkey loosely - about 3/4 cup of stuffing per pound. The stuffing should be moist, not dry, because heat destroys bacteria more rapidly in a moist enviroment.
3. Use a food thermometer - For safety and doneness, check the internal temperature of the turkey and stuffing. Your temperature must reach 165 F degrees. If not, further cooking is required until you reach this temp.
4. Let is rest - let the cooked turkey stand for 20 minutes after cooking. Enjoy!
How to Thaw & Cook Your Turducken
Thaw in refrigerator for approximately 48 to 72 hours prior to cooking. Remove turkey from plastic bag, bake at 325 F breast side up on a rack in a roasting pan, covered for four hours. Uncover roasting pan and bake another hour or until internal temp. reaches 165 F.
Check out our delicious Turducken products for your holiday gathering! Or, for your next spring party may we suggest throwing a crawfish boil or shrimp boil. You may want to add some boudin and andouille, to spice it up! Let CajunGrocer serve your Creole and Cajun food needs.
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