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How to Cook Yummy Roast turkey with sweet chestnut, cranberry and port stuffing

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Roast turkey with sweet chestnut, cranberry and port stuffing
Roast turkey with sweet chestnut, cranberry and port stuffing


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To begin with this recipe, we have to prepare a few components. You can cook roast turkey with sweet chestnut, cranberry and port stuffing using 16 ingredients and 18 steps. Here is how you can achieve that.



The ingredients needed to make Roast turkey with sweet chestnut, cranberry and port stuffing:

  1. Prepare garlic
  2. Prepare chestnuts
  3. Prepare walnuts
  4. Get cranberries
  5. Get small bunch fresh sage
  6. Get small bunch fresh thyme
  7. Take limes (zest of)
  8. Get sausages
  9. Prepare breadcrumbs
  10. Prepare large onion
  11. Take port
  12. Take cava (optional)
  13. Prepare fresh ginger
  14. Prepare turkey
  15. Get string
  16. Get stem celery

The classic Christmas turkey with a flavour-packed sausage-based stuffing - you'll have plenty left to serve on the side too, from BBC Good Food. The night before, put the onion quarters, reserved lemon halves and thyme sprigs in the cavity between the legs. Pack the reserved stuffing into the. Roast Turkey With Tasty Chestnut Stuffing.



Instructions to make Roast turkey with sweet chestnut, cranberry and port stuffing:

  1. Soak the cranberries in port and grated ginger for at least an hour
  2. Put the chestnuts on to boil for half an hour or so, leave them to cool and then peel them (I did this the evening before and once peeled, put them in the fridge)
  3. If you are going to make stock, put the turkey bones (or neck and giblets) into a large pan with some celery sticks, a leek, a couple of onions, 2 carrots, some bayleaves, generous pinch of salt, a large piece of peeled ginger and water (should almost cover ingredients). Covered and simmered for a couple of hours. This provided heaps of stock, some of which I put into the freezer for future soups, and some of which I put in the fridge for Christmas Day gravy.
  4. Chop the onion, celery and garlic as small as poss. Chop the walnuts and chestnuts and grate the bread. Wash and chop the herbs and get the meat out of the sausages.
  5. Sauté the onions and garlic in a little oil for about five minutes.
  6. Add the sausage meat and stir
  7. Add the port and cranberries and leave to simmer for 10 minutes. (I had an opened bottle of cava in the fridge so couldn't resist adding a slosh of that too)
  8. Add the nuts and breadcrumbs, stir well and simmer another 5-10 minutes until the liquid has been absorbed
  9. Add the herbs, stir well, cover and leave covered for 5 minutes more.
  10. Taste and add salt and black pepper accordingly. Put in an airtight container and store in the fridge if it is for future use. Or just start stuffing if you are doing the whole marathon in one go.
  11. This is what the stock looked like after 2 hours.
  12. Preheat the oven to 250º. Stuff your turkey (or bird of choice). I used string to tie ours but this isn't strictly necessary and I wouldn't have done so if it hadn't been deboned.
  13. Put the turkey in the oven, I put it in like this, with the baking sheet underneath to catch all the juices. After the first 30 minutes, put the heat down to 180º and then cooking time will be proportional to the size of your turkey - roughly 30 minutes per kg.
  14. To check that the turkey is done, stick a prong just above the leg. If the juices that come out are clear, it is fully cooked.
  15. Leave the turkey to rest for half an hour before carving
  16. While it is resting, heat the stock up and carefully pour the juices into the pan to make the gravy. Get your veg ready
  17. And put your par-boiled potatoes and parsnips in the baking sheet. Add salt and pepper and put in a very hot oven (25º) for half an hour so they crisp up nicely.
  18. Serve the carved turkey on large warmed plates so that family and friends can serve themselves. Enjoy and Happy Christmas!!!

A foil tent may be placed over the turkey during. During the autumn season in Italy, turkey is often deliciously paired with a stuffing of chestnuts and sausage. The wild turkey was brought to Europe from the New World, and once domesticated, returned there. Fill the turkey cavity with the stuffing, sew up the cavity and truss the legs together with butcher's twine. I made these stuffed sweet potatoes with roasted light meat turkey, dark meat would work fine too.

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