How to Make Turducken | SPIKE

When my American bro-in-law first told me about Turducken, I thought – nay, hoped – he was joking. Sadly not. Here’s a recipe, with photographic evidence that proves it’s as bleeeargh as you’d think.

This could take a while. Leave the legs and wings on the turkey, but take the bones out of the other birds by slicing off the wings, pulling the wishbone out (it’s by the neck) and pulling the ribcage out by slitting its spine open and cutting the shoulder joints free. You should be covered in viscera and testosterone at this point.

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