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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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Ole Geauxt
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re: Smoked Turkey Hash From the Recipe Thread


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






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OTIS2
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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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Ole Geauxt
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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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Ole Geauxt
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quote:

Woman of the F&DB" might do it.

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






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





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

i can't do it..






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

I dont see how that stays open.






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Ole Geauxt
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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


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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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Ole Geauxt
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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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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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