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How to Make Turducken Recipe - Step by Step Recipe


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How to Make Turducken Recipe - Step 1
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Place deboned turkey flat with skin-side up.

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What is turducken? It is a chicken stuffed inside a duck which is then stuffed inside a turkey. The term turducken comes from the combination of tur(key), duck, and (chick)en. It is fast becoming a popular recipe for Thanksgiving. Each slice contains portions of chicken, duck, and turkey with stuffing in between the layers. Plan on adequate preparation time. It's not difficult to make, but it is a little time-consuming. The end result is a worthy show-stopper.

You will need:
• 10 to 12-pound turkey, deboned (see photo instructions) except for wings and legs.
• 5 to 6-pound duck, completely deboned.
• 3 to 4-pound chicken, completely deboned.
• Prepared stuffing (see recipe).
• Metal skewers.
• Large roasting pan.
Full Turducken Recipe

Have the turkey, duck, and chicken already deboned (save the bones for stock) before you begin to assemble the turducken. Keep all of the poultry refrigerated until you are ready to use it. Do not assemble turducken until you are ready to bake it in order to avoid foodborne illness from contaminated stuffing.
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