I have no desire to make turkey sandwiches or turkey soup. I might, however, make Turkey Tetrazzini – there’s still plenty left. Our turkey was injected with marinade, rubbed with a creole seasoning, deep fried and fabulous. I didn’t actually make the turkey, a good friend of ours did, so I can’t take credit. But it was so very good.
These potato skins are really not skins. They’re filled with turkey, dressing (yep, I’m Southern, so no stuffing here), gravy and cranberry pico de gallo.
Oh, and disregard the middle child that fell apart on me. Still tasted just as delicious.
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I don’t know why – I hated baking a few years ago. I think it’s all that perfect-measuring-timing shit.
But I might be a changed woman. Not I’m going to make a cake a day kinda changed. But I do like the bread.
I’m most proud of my pizza dough – I could make it in my sleep. I’ve made Ciabatta that turned out fabulously (will post soon), pita bread (not so good, but I’ll be trying again), and Focaccia (again, future post), just to name a few.
However, I’ve been afraid to try making baguettes.
This was really easy. One recipe makes three loaves. I wanted to make two of the loaves different, so these are the the two concoctions I made to sprinkle on top (I didn’t include this in the ingredients because I didn’t measure, just be generous):
-Parmesan cheese, garlic powder, basil and sea salt