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Tasty and light, turkey meat is perfect for making many appetizing recipes for all kinds of occasions.
100% Italian, controlled and fed with self-produced feed: AIA turkey is a guarantee of safety and quality.
No more monotony: it's time to experiment with new turkey dishes! Choose from a wide range of fresh cuts, from the Sottilissime of turkey breast to the wings, from the marrow bones to the necks.
Do you want to celebrate Thanksgiving as
they do in the US, perhaps to make a foreign friend feel at home?
It's time to learn how to make American stuffed turkey!
The recipe is not difficult; while the oven does its part (and it will take a while), you will have time to prepare the typical accompaniments for this dish.
With some nice smashed sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce and a few slices of cornbread, your Thanksgiving will be flawless!
Thanksgiving is a very popular holiday in the US,
where it is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November.
Born to celebrate the abundance of the harvest, over time
it has become an opportunity to thank friends and
family for the affection and support received.
Join us and give voice to your gratitude!
First, make the filling. To obtain dry bread, you can cut it into cubes and leave it to dry overnight, or put it in the oven at 180°C for 10 minutes. In the meantime, clean the onions and celery and chop them into small pieces: they will wilt together with the butter in a pan. Add 4 or 5 chopped sage leaves, turn off the heat and transfer the sauce to a bowl in which you will add the broth, dry bread, a sprinkle of finely chopped parsley and the already boiled and coarsely chopped chestnuts. Mix the dough well so that all the ingredients are well mixed until you get a moist dough, then season it with salt and pepper. At this point, butter the turkey inside and outside, then stuff it by filling the abdominal pocket. If you have any stuffing leftover, you can spread it around the turkey. Season everything with oil, rosemary, sage and thyme, then pour half a liter of white wine and half a liter of vegetable broth. Preheat the oven at 180°C and cook the turkey, counting one hour-cooking time for each kilo of meat.