14 lb Turducken stuffed with Boudin
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Q: Does the turducken put out sufficient juices to make gravy with? Does the turducken put out sufficient juices to make gravy with?
A: Yes, so long as you follow proper preparation and cooking instructions the product does naturally produce enough drippings to make gravy.
Q: Does this turducken contain bell peppers? Is so can it be ordered without for someone allergic? Does this turducken contain bell peppers? Is so can it be ordered without for someone allergic?
A: Yes, this product has bell peppers in the ingredients. We do not make our Turduckens without peppers.
Q: What is the best way to defrost? What is the best way to defrost?
A: Proper thawing for this product would be to move the Turducken from your freezer to your refrigerator three days prior to anticipated cook time.
Q: What is in boudin stuffing . What is in boudin stuffing .
A: Boudin stuffing is a ground sausage with rice, peppers and cajun seasonings.
Q: If I wanted a turducken for thanksgiving how far in advance should I place an order? Thanks, -Rev. Marc Greenwald If I wanted a turducken for thanksgiving how far in advance should I place an order? Thanks, -Rev. Marc Greenwald
A: If you want to insure that you have the order for Thanksgiving, I would recommed making the purchase in the beginning of the month and freezing the item until you are ready to use it.
Cooking Instructions: Bake at 375 degrees for 3 hours covered and 1 hour uncovered or until the internal temperature reaches above 165 degrees. Turkey, duck and chicken all deboned, stuffed, seasoned, rolled and tied, ready to bake.
Is shipped frozen, please order in advance. Weighs approximately 14 lbs and will feed 20 to 25 people. Please keep in mind, Turkens and Turkduckens take 2 to 4 days to defrost. Be sure to give yourself enough time to defrost so the turducken can be ready to cook on your desired date.
|Pack Size||14 lbs|