(7 hours ago)JayRodney Wrote:
(Yesterday, 01:55 PM)-NIGHTMARE- Wrote:
(Yesterday, 03:57 AM)JayRodney Wrote: I have heard of that^but then wouldn't be able to do the stuffing in it..which is a fam traditional recipe(Altho i may yet try it separately,since you say it's so good-turkey doesn't have to be just for the holidays.)A small meat hand saw does sound easier to use than scissors thoin fact i have one.
(12-02-2019, 01:26 PM)-NIGHTMARE- Wrote:
Quote:How did everyone else celebrate Black Friday?
I usually spend the day starting to decorate house for christmas,in which i did.
Sounds like what we normally do, but our Thanksgiving dinner cooking time stretched into two days this time.
We tried a different turkey cooking method and I'll never go back to the old way...
It's called Spatchcock of all things... Made the juiciest crispiest bird I've ever had.
I can affirm the use of a saw will make the entire process easier, and your risk of losing a finger or two goes way down.
I have done similar with a whole chicken when about to broil it by placing whole chicken in roaster,then pressing down hard till i hear it crack in which it then spreads out & looks like bird in link pic;was impressed at the taste difference thereafter..juicier & crispy.So yeah that works.
(salt & pepper it in roasting pan,broil for 1hr uncovered turning over every 20 min..adding 1/2 c.water halfway thru cooking time)
(added bonus is pan drippings to make chicken gravy with)