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Old 07-13-2014, 11:41 AM   #1
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This is my first run in with turkey bacon. Making some ABT's today and doing half with turkey bacon because my buddy's wife doesn't eat pork. Anyone have experience with cook times or a difference in flavor with this stuff? Didnt know if it would come out bland and i should add some extra seasoning or glaze to the turkey abt's to kick it up.
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Old 07-13-2014, 11:45 AM   #2
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Old 07-13-2014, 11:45 AM   #3
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Haven't made them with turkey bacon but because it's so lean you might want to finish with high heat grill or even run a torch over it....Heck i'll run a torch over the bacon ones just because it works so well to crisp things up.
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Old 07-13-2014, 11:49 AM   #4
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i thought about passing off the regular bacon as turkey....didnt think it would fly ;)
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Do both! Don't make the bacon lovers suffer Everyone is Happy!
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We do ours cut in half with pre cooked bacon chunks in the cream cheese and topped with grated cheese. I can dig out a pic if you want
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thanks guys. I ended up doing both. i just took a bite out of the turkey ones and it tastes bland :\ .im going to resason sauce it up for a glaze and throw it back on for more flavor.
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This is my first run in with turkey bacon. Making some ABT's today and doing half with turkey bacon because my buddy's wife doesn't eat pork.
What about gyro meat?
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Old 07-13-2014, 01:00 PM   #9
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Don't worry allan I won't kill you for using turkey bacon. ...............because your already dead to me.
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gyro meat is an interesting idea I've never thought if that with abts
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Has anybody ever tried beef bacon? (On turds or by itself) say some at my Butcher awhile back. Could be a possible substitute for non pork eaters.
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Has anybody ever tried beef bacon? (On turds or by itself) say some at my Butcher awhile back. Could be a possible substitute for non pork eaters.
Good stuff!
Just expensive and is normally really thick cut, at least around here.
Home made or thin sliced commercial would work wonderful.

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This is my first run in with turkey bacon. Making some ABT's today and doing half with turkey bacon because my buddy's wife doesn't eat pork. Anyone have experience with cook times or a difference in flavor with this stuff? Didnt know if it would come out bland and i should add some extra seasoning or glaze to the turkey abt's to kick it up.
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