RECIPE: Turkey Infused Applesauce

RECIPE: Turkey Infused Applesauce

You know how much I love KOL Foods. They sent me some turkey legs so that I could come up with a great Chanukah recipe. Whoops, I mean Thanksgivukkah – the holiday we all celebrated last week, and that won’t happen again for a very long time.

turkey legs

I decided to make Turkey Infused Apple Sauce. I don’t know about you but I was brought up to put applesauce on my latkes, AND on my turkey. My American-born and bred husband watches me use the applesauce on the turkey and shakes his head. I shake my head at the can-shaped cranberry sauce. So I reckon we’re equal.

First I had to make the turkey stock.

TURKEY STOCK

  • Two KOL Foods turkey legs
  • 6 Cups water
  • 1 Cup chopped carrots
  • 1 Cup chopped onions
  • 1 Cup chopped celery
  • A few sprigs of fresh dill
  • Salt & Pepper to taste.

Combine all ingredients in a pot, bring to boil, and simmer for a couple of hours.

TURKEY INFUSED APPLESAUCE

  • 3 lbs peeled, cored and quartered apples.
  • 1/2 Cup brown sugar
  • 1/2 Cup white sugar
  • 2 Cups of Turkey Stock
  • 1 Cup fresh cranberries

Combine all ingredients in a pot. Bring to a boil. Lower heat so that the sauce can simmer for 30 minutes. Use a potato masher to mash it up. Serve hot or cold, with turkey or latkes, or just on its own.

applesauce

KOL Foods is the only source for domestic, 100% grass-fed, kosher beef and organic, pastured, kosher chicken, turkey and duck.  We also provide, grass-fed no-nitrate deli and sausage as well as grass-fed lamb and wild Alaskan salmon.  KOL Foods’ products connect to tradition, the land, a sustainable future, and good health for friends and family. We know our farmers and tell the story of their animals. KOL Foods is committed to kashrut, transparency, the environment, animal welfare, health and offering the most delicious meat on the market.

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  1. batya says:

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