Top Rated Turducken Recipes

by
DancingPanda
Used for inside and outside of turducken
0

by
fraxinus
This is in response to a new thread in the Q&A. It is a chicken stuffed into a duck stuffed into a turkey. All with stuffing in between. I am posting this without having tried it (yes I know the bad zaar karma about doing this).
0

by
islandgirl77551
This is a roulade version of the Cajun specialty Turducken. I am also posting recipes for the Cajun Cornbread Stuffing and The Cajun Rice Dressing used in this recipe.
0

by
sbbny
The initial thought of a a chicken stuffed in a duck which is then stuffed in a turkey is a little hard to comprehend. It just seems like too much! However, when you find out that this specialty called turducken is said to have been created in Louisiana; it somehow all makes sense.
0

by
jo_jo_ba
It’s a chicken stuffed inside a duck stuffed inside a turkey. The term turducken comes from the combination of tur(key), duck, and (chick)en. Each slice contains portions of chicken, duck, and turkey with stuffing in-between the layers.
0

by
Andrea Lynn
Recipe by Andrea Lynn. Before you start to make the stuffing, taste the Cajun spice blend you're going to use and if it's very salty, tone down the salt in the rest of the recipe.
0

by
Recipe Circus
0

by
Cookie9
Ingredients: 1 cup kosher salt 1 cup brown sugar 1 gallon water 18-20 pound turkey boned except legs, wings 4 pound duck, boned 4 pound chicken Stuffing, ready prepared when layering in the meats. House seasoning 1 cup salt 1/4 cup black pepper 1/4 ...
0

by
harrytheguard
Ingredients: Basic Ingredients: * 16-20 lb whole turkey * 4-5 lb whole duckling * 3-4 lb whole chicken (or use a larger chicken and place the duckling inside it) * corn bread dressing * sausage stuffing * large roasting pan and rack * cotton string ...
0

by
Paula Deen
0

by
Stephanie
This is a turkey stuffed with a duck, stuffed with a chicken layered with dressing.
0

by
Hadice
Hadice's DH here, hello all. I have been making this recipe every year for the past 4-5 holiday seasons. My family demands I make it at least once a year. I got the recipe from the Salmon family website. Turducken is a chicken in a duck in a turkey. The birds are de-boned and placed one inside the other, layered with stuffing. The outer layer, the turkey, is then trussed up and sewn together to appear as a regular turkey. When you slice it down the middle you will see, in layers, turkey, stuffing, duck, stuffing, chicken, stuffing. A sure crowd pleaser. It is a challenging recipe, time consuming and labor intensive. De-boning the birds is intimidating but gets easy with a little practice. This is a labor of love, but well worth it for a special meal that will have friends and family talking about it until next year. I recommend sticking to the recipe on your first attempt. It is an expensive project to screw up by adding crazy ingredients that don't work. In addition to the food items, you will need a larg
0