Thursday, December 4, 2008

Deep Fried Turkey Parts

Well, after extensive research, I've concluded that it's not worth doing. If you like deep frying a whole turkey, well yeah, do the parts separately in the same drum or other conveyance you do the whole bird in — preferably outdoors.

But doing parts in oil on the stove? Nah.

I tried it and though the turkey was edible and actually pretty good, it's more trouble than it's worth in terms of mess and fumes and such.

Besides, braising a turkey is even better. Roasting is fine, too. You can even make osso buco out of the drumsticks. I'll have to post the full recipe soon. (And maybe I will.)

1 comment:

Richard C. Lambert said...

I live in the south, so fried food is a way of life. While I try to stay away, I find myself pulling out my fryer pretty often. With Superbowl coming up Sunday, I was thrilled that BrylaneHome sent us the Triple Basket Deep Fryer. Wilma Aguilar


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