10 lb Louisiana Crawfish Co Cornbread Turducken
Partially deboned turkey stuffed with boneless chicken, duck, and mouth-watering traditional Cornbread. Serves 10-15
- Thawing Instructions: Turducken must thaw completely before cooking. For best results, remove from box, leave in vacuum-sealed bag and thaw in refrigeration for approximately 48 hours or in cold water for 6-8 hours.
- Cooking Instructions: Remove from bag. Bake at 325°F, breast side up, on a rack in a roasting pan, covered for 3 hours, then uncovered for 30 minutes, or until internal temperature reaches 165°F. Allow turducken to cool for 20 minutes to seal in juices. Remove netting. Slice off wings and drumsticks. Cut 1/2 inch slices across, then down the center.
- Ingredients: Turkey, cornbread, partially hydrogenated soybean oil, sugar, buttermilk solids, salt, chicken, duck, pork, water, milk, onions, salt, green peppers, celery, liquid egg, chicken base, paprika, parsley, garlic, spices.
- ALLERGENS: MILK, EGG, WHEAT, SOY
Very good excellent and on time great food
This was my first time to try a Turducken. I chose the cornbread stuffing Turduckena and was not dissapointed. This was for a Christmas Family event and I was concerned the one Turducken would be enough but it was plenty. We had 14 folks at the family event....some were kids so about 10 servings as the package states. I was surprised at how much stuffing was in the meat and was glad it was there as I like corn bread stuffing a lot. It takes a while to thaw out as it is solid.....so I am glad I gave it plenty of time. Being deboned and vacuum sealed the package/turducken looks flat and wide when frozen, as there is no bone structure to give it shape....but it is mostly meat and is thicker than it looks once thawed. I&#39;ll order again and probably try some of the other stuffings as well. Note: Turducken and other items ordered showed up next day as expected and in a foam cooler. Contents were frozen solid like they were just pulled out of a freezer. I live in Birmingham, AL.