Lots of GREAT entries!!!
With a huge help from my AMS a delightfully tender smoked turkey is a fantastic Thanksgiving treat and traditional meal. However, the following days make for my favorite yearly treats. With a tender flakey crust there is nothing better than a Smoked Turkey Pot Pie. But it all starts with a perfectly smoked gobbler.
I don't have a Facebook account, but I do have a family favorite.
I call it coonazz casserole. Sorry don't have a pick but now I'm hungry and may make some and post later. Anyway here it is.
1. Start with white rice. Instead of using water use Beef broth. While the rice is cooking and doing it's own thing move to the next step.
2. Cut up some green onions, Sausage, Red onions and sauté in a skillet with Olive oil until reduced and caramelized. When they get close go ahead and add a small can of Mushrooms into the skillet. Sauté to desired tenderness.
3. After all is done put the rice and sautéed goodies into a casserole dish. Now comes the twist! Add a can of Cream of Chicken and a little more Beef Broth. Cover in the oven for about 45 minutes. Uncover for the last 15 minutes.
Serve and watch the faces around the table.
Thanks for allowing us all to enter your contest. Hope you all will try my recipe and let me know what you think.
I like to include something special that is a welcome addition to my Thanksgiving table. So Crispy Chicken Roulades is my "go to something extra" for Thanksgiving. My Crispy Chicken Roulades are stuffed with fresh spinach, Wild Rice from Minnesota, brown rice, asparagus, sautéed sweet onions, roasted garlic and the filing is simmered with a splash of Sweet Marsala Wine. Then they are rolled in deliciously spiced Panko bread crumbs and fried to golden crunchy goodness!
here's my bird from last year......will do the same this year!