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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 04-25-2020, 08:49 PM Thread Starter
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slow cooker barbeque turkey

14.5 oz no salt added tomato sauce, 1 tbsp. brown sugar, 1/4 cup cider vinegar ,1 tbsp. yellow mustard,,1/2 tsp garlic powder,1/2 tsp onion powder, 1/2 tsp chili powder, 1/4 cayenne pepper.[ optional], 1 tsp black pepper,1/4 paprika.1 pound boneless, skinless , boneless turkey breast. 1cup water . mix all ingredients in a medium bowl. place turkey breast, pour water and barbeque sauce [ above recipe ] over meat. cover and cook over low setting for 8 to 10 hours or 3 to 4 hours on high setting. meat might break up with fork when done cooking
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Sounds tasty NPC, we will have to try that out..
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I do turkey in the crock pot quite often. Not the whole turkey, I live alone and don't want to eat turkey for the next ten or twelve days. What I do is buy turkeys when they're on sale (This past year I bought four turkeys when Tops saled them for Thanksgiving at 38 cents/lb) and I break them down, vacuum seal them, and put the pieces in the freezer. When I'm in the mood for turkey I thaw out a piece spice it, and put it in the crock pot for four hours on high. Sometimes I use BBQ sauce, sometimes I use the McCormicks Grill Mates roasted garlic and herb rub and sometimes I use just garlic powder and powder that turkey thigh up like a cheap donut. It's all good.

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that is a good idea DIYASUB. I thought it would be a good recipe to share with turkey season upon us.
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that is a good idea DIYASUB. I thought it would be a good recipe to share with turkey season upon us.
Low, slow, and wet, works on domestic or wild turkey and the way you spice it looks pretty good.

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you can also use chicken as well. some of the spices can be removed , if you can`t use or can`t tolerate spicy or hot food,
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NPC I'll bet you could shred that turkey breast when done and have it on hard roll with some coleslaw on the side.
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that sounds like a good evening meal or at camp after a day of deer , bear hunting or turkey in the morning and fishing in the afternoon.
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NPC I'll bet you could shred that turkey breast when done and have it on hard roll with some coleslaw on the side.
Ya' gotta put the 'slaw right on the sandwich....Primanti style!!!
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