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post #1 of 10
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I bought 2 kgs of massive  parsons noses very cheep the other day, any good recipes

 

700

post #2 of 10

Cheep.

Cute, Kips.

Chicken fried?

Buffalo style?

Chicken fried buffalo style?

Baby teething toy?

Stock pot?

 

mimi

 

* OBTW...those things look huge!

Turkey?

 

m.

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Thread Starter 

Thanks Mimi,yes they are Turkey.The stock pot is sorted using this.The meat that is left on the neck is still full of flavour so I mix it with caramelised onion and fennel and use it to stuff crepes.700

post #4 of 10

My favorite part of a roast turkey!

 

mjb.

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post #5 of 10

I use necks to make stock and meat for the stuffing for thanksgiving.

post #6 of 10

I had a bunch served to me on a filipino combo plate. They were pretty good.   Basically a Phillipine Adobo using turkey tails.

post #7 of 10

That was one of my Grandmother's parts of the turkey... along with neck and wings.  As kids, we just thought turkey BUTT was funny/gross!

 

Remember the last night of a college class.  Everybody was bring goodies to snack on as we wrapped up the course.  A guy a worked with came with a HUGE messa great fried chicken and some turkey butts... along with the "required"?? bottle of hot sauce and loaf of plain old white bread.  Not enough meat on tails for me to bother with!

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That was one of my Grandmother's parts 

 

That didn't come out right....???!!! lol.gif

post #9 of 10
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Its to wet and cold here to smoke them on the bbq so I resorted to using smoker bags in the oven, then deep frying them.I served them with chilli flavoured bread sauce.

post #10 of 10

I sometimes slice thin, deep fry, then smother in buffalo wing sauce.

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