Cooking Wild Turkey Occasions such as Christmas and Thanksgiving lend them very well to eating a turkey. In fact, if you know how to cook wild turkey you will in a better position to add luster to these occasions and also expect to be praised for your efforts. Fortunately, making a wild turkey dish is not too different from cooking a domestic turkey and in fact, anyone can succeed at it. Delightful Tastes Wild turkeys and domestic turkeys are cousins and each is blessed with the unique ability of making for a most delightful dish. It is only in terms of shape as well as flavor that each differs from the other. So, when cooking wild turkey makes sure to understand that your turkey is not going to look plump or full breasted as is the case with cooking domestic turkeys. Wild turkeys possess shrunken breasts and so this meat will be firm as well as juicy. In addition, where the wild turkey really excels is that it is far more delicious as compared to domestic turkeys. The meat is easier to chew as compared with the domestic turkey though there is not much difference as far as cooking male wild turkeys and hens. To succeed with cooking wild turkey requires that you first of all understand what the proper method of cleaning the wild turkey is. Next, you will need to ensure that your cooking methods suit the guests who will be eating the wild turkey. Some people may be trying wild turkey for the first time or some may be cooking wild turkey for the first time. So, it is necessary to ensure that the flavor does not turn out to be too gamey. When cooking wild turkey, you also need to be prepared for a messy situation which will surely arise during the roasting, smoking or frying of the wild turkey. It may therefore be better to do the cooking outside to ensure that things in the kitchen do not get too messy. However, the real key to proper cooking wild turkey is choosing the proper recipe. In fact, you ought to veer toward a recipe that specially deals with cooking wild turkey; and, not just use recipes suited for cooking domestic turkeys. Cooking smoked turkey requires ensuring that the smoker is set at the appropriate temperature which should internally be at least one hundred and sixty-five degrees Fahrenheit. On the other hand, when cooking wild turkey makes sure to understand what the proper way of skinning the wild turkey is; and, knowing how to pluck the wild turkey is also an essential step in succeeding with proper cooking of the wild turkey.
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