Catsailor.com

My X-mas Cajun Fried Turkey...

Posted By: Todd_Sails

My X-mas Cajun Fried Turkey... - 12/25/13 09:03 PM

Usually do this for Thankgiving and Christmas.

It's really cold outside, over a foot of snow on the ground, etc.

[Linked Image]


With my special blend of cajun seasoning injected thru out the bird prior to frying- mouth watering good!

Merry Christmas
Posted By: waterbug_wpb

Re: My X-mas Cajun Fried Turkey... - 12/26/13 02:19 PM

yeah, it was so cold here I had to put on a T-shirt to walk the dog.
Posted By: Clayton

Re: My X-mas Cajun Fried Turkey... - 12/26/13 08:50 PM

You can buy Cajun Injector seasoning up there? Thats good stuff!

Next you need to try one in a Cajun Microwave. Last year I did a turkey and a ham at the same time. You pair that with Jambalaya and green bean casserole... man thats good!!

Makes me want to go home and cook something.

C
Posted By: waterbug_wpb

Re: My X-mas Cajun Fried Turkey... - 12/27/13 02:57 PM

Originally Posted by Clayton
Last year I did a turkey and a ham at the same time. You pair that with Jambalaya and green bean casserole...
C


Is that like "Tur-ham-alya"? Sounds good enough...
Posted By: cyberspeed

Re: My X-mas Cajun Fried Turkey... - 12/28/13 05:36 AM

Being from Lafayette, LA. I get a heads up on the new cajun trends from family. I brought back a TurPorky from my Thanksgiving visit to have for Christmas. Turkey stuffed with a pork roast...yumm. Will finish the leftovers tomorrow night!

My mom and wife had to drive 45 minutes out of Lafayette just to get it from the butcher.
Posted By: Bille

Re: My X-mas Cajun Fried Turkey... - 12/28/13 08:30 PM

Originally Posted by Todd_Sails
...

It's really cold outside, over a foot of snow on the ground, etc.
...


With my special blend of cajun seasoning injected thru out the bird prior to frying- mouth watering good!

Merry Christmas


It was 60deg in Vegas over Christmas ; & the Host of
the party had GOOD Food !!

I'm from Maryland though, & Like spicy food ; i'm betting
that Your dinner was Better than Mine ? Can almost taste
the Old-Bay in your Turkey !!

Bille
Posted By: waterbug_wpb

Re: My X-mas Cajun Fried Turkey... - 12/30/13 02:39 PM

I'm trying to think of what might be the equivalent here in the real "swamp" (everglades).

Maybe Vul-gat-oa? (Turkey buzzard/vulture, alligator, boa constrictor)?
Posted By: Clayton

Re: My X-mas Cajun Fried Turkey... - 12/30/13 03:32 PM

Originally Posted by waterbug_wpb
I'm trying to think of what might be the equivalent here in the real "swamp" (everglades).

Maybe Vul-gat-oa? (Turkey buzzard/vulture, alligator, boa constrictor)?



If you kill a Boa down there wouldn't it already be stuffed? eek

C
Posted By: waterbug_wpb

Re: My X-mas Cajun Fried Turkey... - 12/30/13 04:35 PM

seems the ones they've killed so far have been stuffed with eggs?

I think they said the burmese python typically lay about 100 eggs per "clutch"...

I don't know much about snakes other than they look cool and I don't want one.
Posted By: Todd_Sails

Re: My X-mas Cajun Fried Turkey... - 01/01/14 02:44 PM

Originally Posted by Clayton
You can buy Cajun Injector seasoning up there? Thats good stuff!

Next you need to try one in a Cajun Microwave. Last year I did a turkey and a ham at the same time. You pair that with Jambalaya and green bean casserole... man thats good!!

Makes me want to go home and cook something.

C


I make my OWN cajun seasoning to inject thru out the bird and let it soak several hours before deep frying.
It's mostly cayenne pepper, etc.

And thanks to all for the woderful posts, it also sounds like many had some unique, wonderful meals.
Happy New Year everyone!

PS- abouut 8 ihnches of snow last night- and it's snowing HEAVY now!
I'm planning to go sledding today with my kids and a few friends.
© 2021 Catsailor.com Forums