A lot of people love turkey, and this recipe can be made in no time at all.
I think it’s a really simple recipe that’s really great to share with friends and family.
The key to success is the combination of the spices and the turkey, but there are many other ingredients that can be added to get the perfect taste.
The ingredients listed below are all available at the Walmart Foodmart, but if you can’t find them there, I’ve included a handy little guide to the best spices and seasonings you can use.
You can use any number of seasonings in this recipe, so just be sure to keep them under 2 teaspoons.
Seasonings are listed in my video below.
The following spices are all commonly used in this Turkey Cooker: cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, cardamom, cardamon, ginger, allspice, nutty salt, ground cloves, all spice powder, salt, ginger powder, all-purpose flour, and ground cinnamon.
To get a nice flavor, you can also add a splash of liquid and add in other seasonings.
If you’re making this for someone who doesn’t like spicy food, I recommend using a milder spices like ground cumin, ground coriander, or cayenne pepper.
For a more intense taste, you could add cinnamon or cardamon and ground cloves.
The best part about this turkey cook recipe is that it tastes great right out of the oven.
To make sure your turkey doesn’t go to waste, we recommend using chicken stock, because it gives a wonderful flavor that you can add to other dishes.
If the stock isn’t available, you’ll want to use ground chicken or turkey.
To cook this turkey in a large skillet, you will need a nonstick pan or a large, heavy-bottomed pot, like a cast iron skillet.
The chicken will be easier to get around if you have a heavy pot.
Place the chicken on a large baking sheet lined with foil, and cover the pan with aluminum foil to keep it from sticking to the pan.
Heat the pan over medium heat, then add the spices.
When the spices start to soften, add the chicken stock.
Once it’s all boiling, add in the remaining spices and cover.
Cook the turkey for 20 minutes, until the liquid is reduced by half.
Remove the chicken and place it in the slow cooker.
You’ll want the turkey to be on the lowest heat setting, and it should take about 2 hours to cook.
This will give the turkey a chance to brown on the outside, but also give it a nice crunchy exterior.
If it’s not browning all the way through, add more broth and cook until the turkey is tender.
Serve warm or at room temperature.
For even more flavor, add a touch of salt and pepper, if you want.
You may also want to add in some fresh parsley, cilantro, or a splash or two of olive oil.
Nutrition Information Serving Size: 2 cups Amount Per Serving: