Sounds complicated but smoking the turkey was truly the hardest part......LOL I smoked a delicious juicy smoky turkey yesterday and had some in the reefer. So I see a couple a white squash, which are my mostest favorite thing when fried!! I think to myself I bet Pop would like healthy!
Pull out the squash, wash, and in a big pan of water immerse the squash whole and par-boil for 15 to 20 mins. depending upon the size. If they are semi-firm they are ready. Remove from the water, cool, dry. Remove the button cap at the top, using a 2 tbs scoop remove the seeded section from within. Try not to punch holes.
I chop some turkey meat, add some red bell pepper, chopped chili's, chopped mushroom, chopped boiled egg, chopped green onion which I render in a tasso flavored oil. I combine with some panko crumbs, season with garlic, sea salt, ancho pepper.
I dust the inside of the hollowed out squash with Cajun spice, then stuff. Place on a cookie sheet and bake at 375 till the edges start to brown. Remove to plate. Cover with tasso cream sauce, put the cap on top, and serve.
See I told you, its simple.
After cutting the squash, this is a hard picture to get......
Tossed Salad, Broccoli to round out the plate. This has got to be a healthy meal, the only thing that could be considered bad would be the cream sauce. Everything else ranks just on slot on the gauge above warm water.
Thanks a lot checking it out. Don't forget how wondering leftovers can be!
BTW This is of course ZOMG awesome..............
Oh yeah, my openers were the smoked turkey. http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/164910/thanksgiving-in-june-why-not#post_1196491
Edited by Foamheart - 6/20/14 at 5:41pm