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Smoked Turkey Hash From the Recipe Thread

A great way to use your leftovers.

Smoked Turkey Hash
Here's a basic guide to our favorite recipe for turkey leftovers .Measurements are guesses since I don't have an exact recipe.
Ingredients:
1 gallon turkey stock
1/3 cup oilve oil
2 med onions, diced
5 stalks celery, diced
1 bell pepper, diced
4 cloves garlic, minced
4 medium baking potatoes, diced(I don't peel 'em) 8 nice carrots, quartered and diced(unpeeled)
3/4 cup flour
2 cups water or stock
salt and pepper
1 bunch green onions, minced
4 T fresh minced Italian parsley

Method:
Sauté the onions, celery and bell pepper in the olive oil until translucent. Add the garlic. Then add the stock and the potatoes and carrots. I make the stock from the turkey carcass with a few bay leaves added. Bring to a simmer for 45 minutes. Then mix the flour and 2 cups of water or stock together well and blend into the dish. Bring to a medium boil and add the diced turkey. Reduce heat and add salt and pepper to tastes..start with 2 t salt and 2 t fresh black pepper...adjust as needed. Add green onions and parsley. Cut the heat to very low while you bake fresh biscuits. Serve in bowls over a crumbled biscuit. It should be the consistency of a fairly thick stew.


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ain't gonna do it.


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Count Chocula
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Thanks for spending 3 hours typing that shite up.

Alert: Nobody cares


OTIS2
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re: Smoked Turkey Hash From the Recipe Thread
CC and OG, this is probably too spicy for your old arse stomachs anyway. Wobble down the hall of the home and see if a nurse will stir up some oatmeal for you.








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quote:

Nobody cares
i care, just ain't doin' it..


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Count Chocula
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Ya know, maybe if you changed the title of the thread, someone may open and actually comment on this minutia. Something like "The Woman of the F&DB" might do it.


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quote:

Woman of the F&DB" might do it.

i'd do it, but i can't.


Count Chocula
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I'd do it to G.... but he wont. He askeereed!


Ole Geauxt
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Copelands didn't offer my clan any leftover turkey when they left..

i can't do it..


Count Chocula
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The Copelands 'where'? Here in Laffy?

I dont see how that stays open.


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up here..
one of the very, very few open for lunch on Tgiving.
This post was edited on 11/22 at 3:34 pm


Count Chocula
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They got a Copelands in Monroe/West Monroe. No kidding. That must be the bees knees!


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pretty nice one, nicer than most.. been open about 20 years..


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Aubie Spr96
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re: Smoked Turkey Hash From the Recipe Thread
Trying this today. I usually make turkey noodle soup, but I'm outa egg noodles at the time and have some potatoes left over from yesterday.


Thanks.


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