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Puerto Rican Turkey
11/06/16 at 14:22:25
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I once had a Puerto Rican Turkey, and it was outstanding 

If your Turkey usually comes out dry, try this receipt . Also, great flavor



http://thenoshery.com/thanksgiving-turkey-pavochon/
  

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Re: Puerto Rican Turkey
Reply #1 - 11/06/16 at 14:35:11
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Thanks FP!  That looks really good!  The wife and I are into smoking our bird, but we are always open to new ways of doing things.  Plus, turkey isn't always a seasonal meal in our house.

What do you do with leftovers?  Around here, sammiches only go so far.  We like to make soup from the leftover carcass.
  

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Reply #2 - 11/06/16 at 16:28:15
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UCAV wrote on 11/06/16 at 14:35:11:
Thanks FP!  That looks really good!  The wife and I are into smoking our bird, but we are always open to new ways of doing things.  Plus, turkey isn't always a seasonal meal in our house.

What do you do with leftovers?  Around here, sammiches only go so far.  We like to make soup from the leftover carcass.


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The wife and I are into smoking our bird, but we are always open to new ways of doing things.


I heard that's a great way of doing it.

The thing is, this isn't the same Puerto rican receipt that I have had. But similar. It's the Marinade.

I would suggest try it anytime of the year like you said and see what you think Smiley


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What do you do with leftovers? 


Just plates of it and Sandwiches like you say. I can eat a lot. It don't last.
  

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Reply #3 - 11/06/16 at 16:37:49
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Our favorite soup, to make with turkey is a lintel soup.  We start by boiling the carcass to make the stock.  Of course plenty of chicken stock is added too, and we add a very spicy cajun sausage to it.  I just finished showing the wife your recipe, and she is anxious to try it.  We are garlic lovers.
  

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Reply #4 - 11/25/16 at 08:17:56
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I made this Turkey and it was outstanding!

Awesome flavor.   Breast you could just cut with fork.
  

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Reply #5 - 11/25/16 at 09:06:07
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This is still on my bucket list.  We stayed with our traditional smoked turkey due to having to take care of the firehouse too.
  

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