|103 Uses for Your Turkey Fryer|
|by G&R Publishing|
If you don't have a turkey fryer yourself, you know someone who does. And, odds are, it sits empty and unused in the corner of your garage or base...
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1. Wash and ... 2. To make turkey easier to slice, ... minutes. 4. Add gravy, cream of ... small bowl, mix cornstarch with 1/2 cup ... noodles or cooked rice.
Trim fat from turkey; remove tendons. ... with White Wine Gravy. Yield: 10 ... a saucepan. Combine cornstarch and water; add ... constantly. Yield: 2 cups.
Cut meats into ... separate batches. Add mixed gravy ingredients, scraping bottom of pan. Return first ... and broccoli. Toss to blend. Serve with rice.
Mix together 1/2 ... of broth in gravy. Slowly add ... broth/drippings have been brought to a boil. Stir constantly...after gravy thickens, lower heat to a simmer.
Place hamburger or ground turkey and onion in ... water, 2 tablespoons cornstarch, 1 tablespoon ... La Choy brown gravy sauce; add to ... chop suey. Serves 6.
Place turkey legs in a ... oven. For the gravy, combine water and cornstarch in a saucepan. ... basting frequently, for 1 hour or until legs are tender.
Be sure turkey is completely thawed. ... a boil, add cornstarch or flour mixture ... to how much gravy is needed, add ... crust will keep dressing intact.
Cook giblets, celery, ... paste with the cornstarch and water to thicken gravy. Add a ... the unthickened giblet mixture in your dressing if so desired.
Pour juice from turkey into saucepan. Add ... separate saucepan then add to gravy. Add flour or cornstarch to desired thickness. Salt and pepper to taste.
After cooking turkey, pour drippings ... a cup, add cornstarch and mix. Pour ... ingredients. Simmer until gravy thickens slightly. (3 ... and salt restrictive diets.
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