Braised turkey legs (pressure cooker)
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Braised turkey legs (pressure cooker)
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:10:06 AM. Recipe ID 37226. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Braised turkey legs (pressure cooker)
 Categories: Bacon, Carrots, Main dishes, Mushrooms, Poultry
      Yield: 4 Servings
      4 sl Bacon
      4    Turkey drumsticks
      2 tb Oil
      2 md Onions; quartered
      2    Carrots; peeled & sliced
      2    Stalks celery; trimmed and
    1/4 lb Mushrooms; sliced
      2 c  Chicken or turkey stock
           Salt and freshly ground
      1    Bouquet garni
      1 tb Tomato paste
      2 tb Cornstarch
  Wrap the bacon around the turkey drums and secure with wooden
  toothpicks. Heat the oil in the uncovered cooker and fry until brown.
  Remove turkey and set aside. Brown the vegetbles. Drain off excess
  fat and stir in stock, seasoning, bouquet garni and tomato paste. Put
  the turkey legs on the vegetables. Cover with lid and bring to High
  (15 lb. pressure). Cook for 20 mins. Reduce pressure quickly. Discard
  bouquet garni and toothpicks. Put turkey and vegetables in a serving
  dish. Mix cornstarch to a smooth paste with a little water and add a
  little cooking liquid. Add the mixture to the cooker and bring to a
  boil, uncovered, stirring until the gravy thickens. Pour over the
  turkey. MC formatting and posted on TNT by
  Serving Ideas : Serve with rice or potatoes or hot biscuits split.
  NOTES : Delicious Flavor. I extended the time required from 15 to 20
  minutes as it was still a little chewy. For small pressure cooker,
  break off ends of legs to fit. Either discard or cook with rest of
  turkey for extra flavor. Recipe 

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Recipe ID 37226 (Apr 03, 2005)

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