When a whole turkey is too much, try this Boneless Turkey Roast. A turkey thigh wrapped up in a turkey breast will please all turkey lovers and wrapping it with Lepp’s special double-smoked bacon not only gives it great flavour, but also helps to protect it from drying out.
Elevate your fresh, local bird to a whole new level with Lepp’s Turkey Brine Spice Blend. As turkey is naturally lean, it can become dry and tough if overcooked – this salty brine helps to break down some of the turkey’s muscle proteins aiding in overall moisture absorption.
We’ve stocked up on jars of our brine spices for the occasion! Available here at the market.
This easy recipe turns a holiday meal into an everyday comfort food braise to enjoy all winter, without having to wrestle with a big turkey carcass. It’s perfect for dark-meat lovers or a small Holiday dinner. With just a few minutes of chopping and browning, the oven does the rest of the work, melting the meat into tender chunks while creating a delicious gravy.
The addition of a finely diced apple to this slow cooker stuffing helps moisten the stuffing without adding more butter, and the sausage gives it an unexpected “I can’t identify it, but love the taste” flavor.
Be sure to pick up a stuffing kit here at the market – it includes bread that we’ve already dried for you (one less step!) and precisely enough poultry seasoning.
I’m a curious researcher, always wanting to know the origin of something, or why it works. So I love Alton Brown’s unique explanations for his recipes. While any brownie recipe would work to top with halva, I was intrigued with his two-bake method and loved the results! The result is a deliciously fudgy, gooey-in-the-middle and not overly sweet brownie. The halva adds a subtle layer of flavour to these rich chocolatey squares.