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Old 11-25-2014, 08:23 PM   #1
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Turkey and Dressing

I'm just cooking a turkey hindquarter. But also stuffing. I'm thinking of just putting it in a Dutch oven, packing stuffing around it, and putting into an oven at about 325. Or maybe without the stuffing. The stuffing is what I need opinions on- will it work with the stuffing or should I just cook all of it (instead of most of it) separately?
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Even at home, I gave up on cooking the stuffing in the turkey. I prefer crisp stuffing, so I put it in a muffin tin and pop it in the oven for the last hour of so.
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Oh, yeah, I remember the muffin tin idea. That does make good stuffing; maybe I'll try that.
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Hope you have a happy Thanksgiving. Stuffing and gravy is my favorite part of a Thanksgiving meal.
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What is the reason to stuff the turkey other than consume very unhealthy saturated fat saturated stuff? Let the fat drain off the turkey. I had a heart attack and accompanying open heart surgery few years ago, so I know what I'm talking about.

Never stuff turkey and let the fat drain. Never eat turkey or chicken wings.
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1) I forgot the muffin cups.
2) I was not thrilled with the turkey hindquarter. Not any easier than a whole turkey, although it was faster, and not as good.
3) It WAS a good idea to have a moderate dinner- turkey, dressing, and gravy. NO squash or mashed potatoes or rolls. Much easier on the cooks and just as filling without so much stuff left over. (Lots of left over stuffing as that's my favorite part so I made a lot.)
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