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Old 11-24-2020, 08:47 AM   #1
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I'm sure everybody is going to have leftover turkey and for sure the carcass/bones. I HIGHLY recommend making poultry stock/broth from those. Add in some uncooked turkey/chicken meat and bones. Add onions, celery, carrots, spices etc and let simmer for hours. This is BY FAR the best stock you will ever have.

We always keep bones/carcass of our smoked/roasted poultry so the misses can make a great stock. She just made some this past weekend. Stock for stews and soups, the meat for stews, tortillas etc.

Don't let that leftover turkey go to waste!!






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Old 11-24-2020, 08:51 AM   #2
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im on keto. im all about bird stock. thanx for reminding me
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My son and D-I-L use to make stock reduce it and freeze in ice cube trays Store in a freezer bags and pull out a few cubes when needed Worked great
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Mine is already in the freezer. I only use the neck, organs, cut out backbone (spatchcocked) and wing tips (fresh) to make my stock. Turkey's in the fridge drying out in advance of the roti.
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Mine is already in the freezer. I only use the neck, organs, cut out backbone (spatchcocked) and wing tips (fresh) to make my stock. Turkey's in the fridge drying out in advance of the roti.
Try adding smoked leftovers, gives it another dimension.
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That smoked turkey stock is my favorite for gumbo.
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BEAUTIFUL stock!!!
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Yup, always good. My family request turkey n dumplins from the stock on Saturday or Sunday:

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That's some fine lookin' stock, Yoeri!
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I have never done this - definitely going to do it this year. Love the idea about freezing in ice cube trays
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I will be doing this again this year. Smoked turkey carcass makes great stock.
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The freezing cubes idea is fantastic. I have a pair of silicone ice cube trays, that makes fairly large blocks, that I use for things like this. It's great to be able to grab a few cubes of condensed flavor.
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I always simmer the carcass/bones from my smoked turkey. Makes a great turkey soup.
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That smoked turkey stock is my favorite for gumbo.
Ding ding ding ding! This is now a Thanksgiving tradition for my family. We look forward to Saturday-after-Thanksgiving gumbo almost as much as Thanksgiving.
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