The great thing about turkey meat is that it can be prepared in a number of different ways. One of our favorite dishes is wild turkey piccata, which is easy to prepare and a delight to eat.
I discovered turkey schnitzel while filming a backcountry turkey hunt in Montana. Our cameraman and director, Mo Fallon, took a look at our supplies, which included a dead turkey, salt, panko breadcrumbs, oil, and a lemon. He hatched a plan. We sliced the turkey breasts into thick slabs and then flattened them thin as a magazine between two rocks. The result was turkey magic.
Since then, I’ve shown the recipe to several turkey hunting fanatics...
As an upland hunter, my favorite Thanksgiving tradition is to roast a couple whole pheasants. But before the pie is even served, I’m already thinking about how I’ll use the remaining scraps of meat. Whether you have pheasant, turkey, or some other white meat poultry on the table this year, you’ll be hard pressed to find a better way to enjoy those leftovers than in a wild rice soup.
Pan-frying the shredded meat in butter just before serving is...
If you’re successful in your wild turkey hunting pursuits, this is a recipe not to miss. This smoker recipe is the ideal savory and sweet combination. Smokey and sweetness combined with the savory roasted vegetables.
A crowd pleaser for spring or turkey hunting success alike.
Originally Published on Weston’s blog.