Deep fried turkey chunks

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RE: Deep fried turkey chunks

Postby SouthernStrut » February 28th, 2011, 12:11 am

I do almost the same thing but cut the breast into fingers instead of chunks, and season the flour with Tony Chachere's and a good bit of black pepper. Tony's isn't salty so you really can't put too much in it, unless you don't like too much spice. I usually just sprinkle enough into the flour bowl to cover the top layer of flour and mix it in. I always double batter em too, then throw em into the peanut oil. Serve with crinkle cut fries tossed in seasoning salt, along with an ice cold beverage of your choice. Can't wait another two weeks for this, it's been too long!

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RE: Deep fried turkey chunks

Postby Longbeards » February 28th, 2011, 1:48 am

We like a pre-made batter, it's called "Louisiana Seasoned Chicken Fry". Nuggets turn out golden brown and the family loves them.


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RE: Deep fried turkey chunks

Postby RCTaylor » March 8th, 2011, 1:00 pm

Like Cajun Shake for seasoning with the breader.


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