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leeneia BS: The other recipe thread is too long (474* d) RE: BS: The other recipe thread is too long 16 Oct 21


That sounds wonderful, Mrrzy. Healthful, too.
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Yesterday I wanted to make something new, so I invented a dish with baked turkey wings. Results were mixed. I sauteed shallots in butter and added 2 tsp smoked paprika. I put the wings in a roasting pan, made a broth of 1 cup water

buy cut-up turkey wings or cut them up yourself.
saute some shallots in 2 Tbsp butter (maybe this step could be skipped
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add 2 tsp smoked paprika
Make a broth of 1 cup water plus 1 tsp chicken glop.

Remove the shallots from the butter with a slotted spoon. Add the shallots to the "broth".

Preheat oven to 375.

Spray a deep roasting pan and line with parchment paper for easier clean-up. Place the turkey pieces in, in one layer. Dribble the melted butter with paprika over the pieces.

Carefully pour in the broth plus shallots so as not to knock off the paprika.

Bake at 375, covered, for one hour. Bake uncovered for 45 mins more. That ought to do it.

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About the mixed results: The DH loved it, said the paprika was strong, just the way he likes it. I couldn't taste the paprika and thought the dish was nice but kind of bland. Go figure.

Warning: the butter-paprika mixture stains everything it touches.

Maybe I should just cook this in a slow cooker. What do you think?


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