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Turkey stock? Recipes?

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Southlake
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I put the carcass in a crockpot for 14 hours along with bay leaves, garlic, onion and carrots.

Now, what do I do with it?
superunknown
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Anything you'd do with chicken stock? Hell I've used turkey stock to make pinto beans in.
Max Power
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Make turkey and sausage gumbo with your leftovers.
HTownAg98
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Use the leftover turkey to make turkey pho.
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I started a stock baggie - which is like onion, green onion roots, celery ends and such and i freeze them in a gallon baggie and when i get a rotisserie chicken, i'll make stock.
Tailgate88
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If you have a pressure cooker, that's the way to go with stock. We save the bones from rotisserie chickens and do the same thing as aznaggiegirl07 with old veggies - pressure cook for an hour, natural release - amazing stock.
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Gravy

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Hehateme1
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Gallons and gallons of turkey soup.

Lots of recipes online, I just mainly use carrots, celery, turkey and egg noodles in the stock.
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Tailgate88 said:

If you have a pressure cooker, that's the way to go with stock. We save the bones from rotisserie chickens and do the same thing as aznaggiegirl07 with old veggies - pressure cook for an hour, natural release - amazing stock.
Next time try using the skin as well as the bones from the rotisserie chicken. It really adds a lot of flavor.
HTownAg98
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Another one I thought of: matzo ball soup. I prefer to clarify the stock first with some ground turkey breast, mirepoix, and egg white. It cleans up the stock, getting rid of the fat and impurities, so you get a soup that has a better mouthfeel. And if you feel like being a gentile heathen, make the matzo balls with lard.
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