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What do you put in turkey cavity?

Last post Nov 15, 2009 9:23 PM by Lynn1018 . 4 replies.


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  • What do you put in turkey cavity?

     I usually put in celery and onion afer putting salt and pepper in the cavity. I would like to add more  though, any suggetions?  Thanks,  Maureen

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    I put apples & onions in mine.  I haven't 'stuffed' a turkey in many years.  I like the crunchy top stuffing gets out of the bird.

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  • Re: What do you put in turkey cavity?
    An onion, quartered, celery in chunks, an apple, orange, and lemon all quartered with peel.
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    I salt and pepper the cavity, then put in celery, onion and orange. I also never put stuffing in my turkey anymore.  Pat

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    I just put chunked up celery, onions & carrots in the cavities.  When I make the gravy, I'll use my immersion blender to thicken the gravy w/the overcooked veggies.  I do also add thicken water & either corn starch or flour.  I think I remember a hint from a TV cooking show a while ago - to make your gravy look apealing & shiny....whisk in an egg yolk...anyone done that?  I figure we're already eating a high calorie gravy...hate to add any more cholesterol.

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