Slow-Cooked Turkey With Mustard Sauce

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  • Preparation Time : 10m
  • Cooking Time : 06h 30m
  • Diet Type : A BloodType
  • Properties : High carb, No pork, No chicken, No grains, High fat, Whole grains, Complex carbs, No glutten, High sodium, High protein, No sugar, No dairy

Ingredients

  • 4 Turkey
  • 1 Salt
  • 4 Tbsp Vegetable Oil
  • 1 Large White Onion
  • 2 Large Parsnips
  • 3 Large Carrots
  • 3 Cup Turkey Stock
  • 2 Tbsp Brown Sugar
  • 0.33 Cup yellow mustard
  • 1 Tbsp Mustard Powder
  • 2 Tsp Chili powder
  • 6 Yellow Potatoes
  • 1 Cup Mustard Greens
  • 0.25 Cup Grain Mustard


Directions

1 To Start, If The Turkey Has Been Refrigerated, Bring It To Room Temperature Before Cooking. Keep It In Its Plastic Wrapping Until You Are Ready To Cook It. While In The Refrigerator, And Or While You Are Bringing It To Room Temp, Have The Bird Resting In A Pan, So That If The Plastic Covering Leaks For Any Reason, You Are Confining The Juices To The Pan. If You Get A Frozen Turkey, You Will Need To Defrost It In The Refrigerator For Several Days First. Allow Approximately 5 Hours Of Defrosting For Every Pound. So, If You Have A 15 Pound Turkey, It Will Take About 75 Hours To Defrost It In The Refrigerator, Or Around 3 Days. Handle A Raw Turkey With The Same Amount Of Caution As When You Handle Raw Chicken - Use A Separate Cutting Board And Utensils To Avoid Contaminating Other Foods. Wash You Hands With Soap Before Touching Anything Else In The Kitchen. Use Paper Towels To Clean Up. Remove The Neck And Giblets (Heart, Gizzard, Liver). Use The Heart And Gizzard For Making Stock For The Stuffing. The Neck Can Be Cooked Along Side The Turkey Or Saved For Turkey Soup. Or All Of The Giblets Can Be Used For Making Giblet Gravy. Note That If Your Turkey Comes With A Plastic Piece Holding The Legs Together, Check The Instructions On The Turkey'S Package. Most Likely You Do Not Need To Remove Those Plastic Ties For Cooking (Unless You Plan To Cook Your Turkey At A Very High Temperature). If You Remove The Plastic Ties, You Will Need To Use Kitchen String To Tie The Legs Together. 2 Preheat The Oven To 400 Degrees F. 3 Wash Out The Turkey With Water. Pull Out Any Remaining Feather Stubs In The Turkey Skin. Pat The Turkey Dry With Paper Towels. Lather The Inside Of The Cavity With The Juice Of Half A Lemon. Take A Small Handful Of Salt And Rub All Over The Inside Of The Turkey. 4 In This Method Of Cooking A Turkey, We Don'T Make The Stuffing In The Turkey Because Doing So Adds Too Much To The Cooking Time. For Flavor, Put In Inside The Turkey A Half A Yellow Onion, Peeled And Quartered, A Bunch Of Parsley, A Couple Of Carrots, And Some Tops And Bottoms Of Celery. You May Need To Cap The Body Cavity With Some Aluminum Foil So That The Stuffing Doesn'T Easily Fall Out. Close Up The Turkey Cavity With Either String (Not Nylon String!) Or Metal Skewers. Make Sure That The Turkey'S Legs Are Tied Together, Held Close To The Body, And Tie A String Around The Turkey Body To Hold The Wings In Close. The Neck Cavity Can Be Stuffed With Parsley And Tied Closed With Thin Skewers And String. 5 Rub Either Melted Butter Or Olive Oil All Over The Outside Of The Turkey. Sprinkle Salt Generously All Over The Outside Of The Turkey (Or Have Had It Soaking In Salt-Water Brine Before Starting This Process). Sprinkle Pepper Over The Turkey. 6 Place Turkey Breast Down On The Bottom Of A Rack Over A Sturdy Roasting Pan Big Enough To Catch All The Drippings. This Is The Main Difference Between The Way Mom Makes Turkey And Everyone Else. Cooking The Turkey Breast Down Means The Skin Over The Breast Will Not Get So Brown. However, All Of The Juices From The Cooking Turkey Will Fall Down Into The Breast While Cooking. And The Resulting Bird Will Have The Most Succulent Turkey Breast Imaginable. Add Several Sprigs Of Fresh (If Possible) Thyme And Rosemary To The Outside Of The Turkey. 7 Chop Up The Turkey Giblets (Gizzard, Heart). Put Into A Small Saucepan, Cover With Water, Add Salt. Bring To Simmer For An Hour Or So To Help Make Stock For The Stuffing (See Stuffing Recipe). 8 Put The Turkey In The Oven. Check The Cooking Directions On The Turkey Packaging. Gourmet Turkeys Often Don'T Take As Long To Cook. With The Turkeys Mom Gets, She Recommends Cooking Time Of About 15 Minutes For Every Pound. For The 15 Lb Turkey, Start The Cooking At 400 F For The First 1/2 Hour. Then Reduce The Heat To 350 F For The Next 2 Hours. Then Reduce The Heat Further To 225 F For The Next Hour To Hour And A Half. If You Want The Breast To Be Browned As Well, You Can Turn The Bird Over So That The Breast Is On Top, And Put It In A 500

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