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Braised turkey thigh

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For some reason, cooking a turkey thigh very slowly until it falls off the bone has been on my mind, and this is a good week to buy a turkey thigh. I did, and I’m going to try this recipe by Mark Bitmann.

UPDATE: After making this recipe several times, I have gradually adapted it to this version.

UPDATE to earlier recipe: The turkey thigh was delicious. We each put half a thigh (plenty) on spelt with the veg, linguiça, and juice. Also had the red dandelion greens: steamed, then sautéed in olive oil with a chopped cippolini onion and garlic, with lemon juice on top once it finished; and green beans, steamed 12 minutes and buttered with salt. Altogether a satisfactory dinner, and I’ll make the turkey thighs again sometime. After the browning, I added the veg and sweet vermouth and put, covered, in 200ºF oven for 7 hours. Very tender.

Written by LeisureGuy

27 November 2012 at 5:12 pm

Posted in Food, Recipes

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