Fried turkey nuggets!Contributors to this thread:
Old Reb 05-Apr-23
HUNT MAN 05-Apr-23
WV Mountaineer 05-Apr-23
I’ve eaten a lot of wild game over the years but turkey nuggets are one of my favorites. I used the Chick Fil A copy cat recipe on these. So good.
One of our go to recipes our sides are generally fried okra and collard greens did you make the mustard dipping sauce Good luck Lewis
Yes, it’s honey mustard, Duke’s mayo with lime and hot sauce mixed together. Actual Chick Fil A sauce is good too!
One of my favorites too ! I hope to have some freshly minted turkey breast in about a week.
One of our favorites too!! Google Meat Eater chick fil a turkey nuggets and there will be a recipe for nuggets and dipping sauce.
My mouth is watering.
For this past Thanksgiving i butterflyed the brests of a wild turkey slightly pounded them out stuffed them with sautéed mushrooms, onions, garlic & cheese then wrapped them with bacon and cooked them in the smoker.
I'm not knocking some turkey nuggets. But those stuffed turkey breasts blew away any turkey I've ever eaten my entire life
From: Old Reb
I used to make turkey McNuggets when the boys were young. They would eat them up. This was before Chic Filet came to our area. They were more like Chicken McNuggets. Unfortunately the main ingredient is harder to come by in my part of Ohio these days. I heard that Chic Filet marinates their chicken in pickle juice, did you do the same?
First thought this was about turkey nuts, back in collage a fellow house mate bought in a bag of turkey nuts and fried them up, wasn't bad with PBR, his family raised several thousands turkeys.
From: HUNT MAN
Staple in my house in the spring months. Ready for some !!!
Honey corn muffin mix, Louisiana Cajun fish fry. Mix the two together, dip nuggets in egg then the dry mix and fry. Best nuggets ever!! Sweet Heat!!!
From: WV Mountaineer
Monday the 17th I’m planning on having some for supper.
A few years ago when I thought about milk and pickle juice I thought you have to be kidding me not yummy
Yes I marinate in milk and pickle juice. The only difference is that I use the juice from Wickles Pickles or one of the sweet heat pickles.
For those who are interested in the meateater recipe Shiloh mentioned.
Suddenly I'm feeling hungry.....