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We never get tired of turkey, do we? I actually love it more than chicken; and chicken is my most favorite meat—there’s a difference. Chicken is a staple meat in almost everyone’s household. It’s one of the meats under the “daily meat” list. Turkey on the other hand barely grazes most tables. It’s a “special occasion” meat. I consider any turkey meal a luxury dish, or something that I shouldn’t indulge myself with too much unless it’s on a special occasion like Thanksgiving or a milestone in my life. So when it’s turkey day, I make sure to exert all effort in cooking. Turkey is more flavorful. There’s this distinct taste that you will not find in chicken meat. There’s this essence that’s exclusive to it that allows you to level up with your recipe because of the additional flavor it gives.
During thanksgiving, I always experiment with the turkey stuffing. I place every ingredient I want in the mixture and replace everything I don’t want. Of course I let a particular person get away with a dash of chili flakes; but nonetheless, between me and my boyfriend, I have always been the Turkey Boss. That is until he tried this thanksgiving recipe he discovered that made me completely surrender the Turkey Boss title to him.
Photo courtesy of Sugar Dish Me. Recipe courtesy of Recipe Lion.
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