Turkey Jerky

When turkey is bathed overnight in a salty, spicy and sweet marinade it transforms into a tasty turkey jerky. If stored in an airtight box at room temperature, it will last for at least a month. Ingredients namely liquid smoke, soy sauce, Tabasco sauce, Worcestershire sauce, mesquite flavoring liquid, light brown sugar, onion powder, garlic powder, kosher salt and turkey meat are required to make this dish. Since the turkey has a mild flavour, several flavours may be easily added to the turkey jerky recipe. Spices that suit one’s taste can be adjusted easily in this dish. It has low fat as compared to beef turkey.

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Turkey Facts

On : 22-Nov-2007 By : The Tortilla Guy

Turkey Facts At one time, the turkey and the bald eagle were each considered as the national symbol of America. Benjamin Franklin was one of those who argued passionately on behalf of the turkey. Franklin felt the turkey, although "vain...

Your Vote Goes To Which ‘meathead’

Your Vote Goes To Which ‘meathead’ On : 23-Aug-2012 By : FitGal

It is becoming impossible not to talk of President Barack Obama and the foods he likes in the same vein. No, we are not talking of his favorite food – beef chili. Rather, this blog is about the beef jerky portraits of Obama and his Republican rival, Mitt...

How To Smoke Moose Meat?

How To Smoke Moose Meat? On : 10-Aug-2010 By : ifoodiee

I got some moose meat from a friend recently and I had no clue what to do with it! Of course, as usual my husband, a better outdoor cook, surprised me when he said that he knew how to smoke moose meat! Here is what I learned about smoking moose meat from...

5 Ways To Bring Home The Bacon Without The Pig

5 Ways To Bring Home The Bacon Without The Pig On : 25-Mar-2014 By : seasonal_foodie

Bacon, the cured meat that comes from the pig, has delighted gastronomes throughout the world for ages now . Indeed no breakfast was deemed as complete without the crisply fried rashers  during the days of British Colonialism and the more...

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