Any good giblet recipes?

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  1. tinknal

    tinknal Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Just kaked some turkeys, anybody have a good easy giblet recipe?
     
  2. fin29

    fin29 Well-Known Member

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    Soupe aux gesiers--a french Canadian specialty: pressure cook gizzards with a bit of water and onion until tender, about 40 minutes, then proceed with your favorite chicken stew recipe, using a bit of summer savory as the predominant spice. Grandma added the heart, too.
     

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    Grandmotherbear Well-Known Member Supporter

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    I used to saute the hearts and livers and make a gravy for them, then serve to my dad over toast or rice.
     
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    GeorgeK Well-Known Member

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    dice the innards (liver, heart, gizzard) then saute with onions, deglaze with liquid of choice (wine, beer, juice, stock, water whatever you like) pour over your dry stuffing ingredients, mix and stuff the bird or bake separately in a covered dish
     
  5. rickd203

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    I really don't like giblets but my little dog loves them. It's a win-win situation. I try to be careful about giving her table scraps so the giblets are a real treat for her.

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