BBQ MY WAY: One year in a watchful — goal accomplished
November 26, 2016 - bbq set
What mission? The candy corn turkey mission. we will quickly relive a knowledge here, though we can google “Dave Lobeck candy corn” to review a full essay from final year.
In a “cliff’s notes” version, on Thanksgiving Day final year we spent a whole morning acid Southern Indiana for candy corn. Why? A customer of cave had brought in these unequivocally cold turkeys she creates all Thanksgiving. The are done of chocolate lonesome cherries, vanilla wafers and a barbarous candy corns. When we showed them to Liz, she desired them too, so we motionless to make them on Thanksgiving Day. This is not an exaggeration. we done 15 stops looking for candy corn. Drug stores, dollar stores, gas stations and grocery stores. we knew we had left overboard when we offering a manager during Walgreens $5 for her half-eaten candy corn she had in her car. we dejectedly brought home Christmas colored candy corn meditative we could give it a try, usually to accept a discerning halt on that suspicion from Liz. So, this Halloween we installed adult on candy corn and we am happy to news we got a turkeys made.
We grilled dual 13 bruise turkeys this year, so we unequivocally have leftovers. So, this week we suspicion we would share with we my late father-in-law’s turkey pot cake recipe, that we are creation tonight. It is a unequivocally overwhelming approach to use that leftover turkey. And, as a reserve reminder, don’t let your leftover turkey go uneaten for some-more than 3 days. Be certain to solidify it first.
1/2 Cup Chopped Celery
1/2 Cup Chopped Carrots
1 Chopped Onion
2 Cups Sliced Mushrooms
3 Cups of Cooked Turkey (or Chicken)
Salt and Pepper to Taste
1 Tablespoon Herbes De Provence: If we don’t have this, surrogate 1 teaspoon any of rosemary, thyme and marjoram.
In a vast saute’ vessel over middle to medium-high heat, saute’ all a cake stuffing mixture with a integrate tablespoons of olive oil. Saute’ until they a onions turn translucent. Lastly, supplement a baked turkey and set aside.
3 Tablespoons of Unsalted Butter
3 Tablespoons of Flour
1/2 Cup of Chicken Stock
1/2 Cup of White Wine
3/4 Cup of Milk
Salt and Pepper to Taste
With a sauce, we warp a butter and afterwards brew in a flour over middle feverishness to emanate a rue. Stir until a flour dissolves. Then stir in a batch and wine. Stir for a bit. Lastly, stir in a milk. Stir over middle feverishness until we have a coherence that is somewhat thicker than gravy.
Pour a stuffing into a expel iron vessel and afterwards flow salsa over a filling. Cover with a store bought cake crust. Pierce few openings in a membrane to concede steam to escape.
Brush a membrane with egg whites. Cook for 40 mins in a preheated oven during 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Enjoy!
Dave Lobeck is an Edward Jones Financial Adviser in Jeffersonville by day and a BBQ fan on nights and weekends. Liz is his wife. You can hit Dave with your BBQ or barbecuing questions during BBQ-My-Way.com or during email@example.com. If we would like Dave to pronounce during your subsequent function, send him an email.