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    Tried some turkey green chili and it turned out great!


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    Oh man! That looks amazing. I've yet to harvest a turkey. I hunted by Esterbrook four separate days and at Vedauwoo one day. I'll give it one more shot this weekend.

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    I did the same thing with one this spring... best way to cook them in my opinion.

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    Recipe? Looks delicious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TLowell02 View Post
    Recipe? Looks delicious.
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    That looks great

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    Yum!! I've done green chili with harvested turkey too.
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    That looks delicious...

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    Well my recipe is in my head but I'll try.
    1-1/2 lbs cubed meat
    8-10 roasted green chiles
    4-5 tomatillos
    1 large box Chicken stock
    2-3 cloves garlic, diced
    1 white onion, diced, I use about 1/2 a large one
    1 tsp mexican oregano
    1 tsp cumin
    1 Tbsp lemon juice
    1 can tomatoes with green chilis, Rotel
    salt and pepper to taste, about 1 tsp each

    Brown the meat remove from pot, brown diced onions add diced garlic. Add chicken stock, chiles and tomatillos and the rest of the ingredients.
    If you want it thicker add some cornstarch.

    I adjust the cumin and oregano as I like it. I also use lemon juice instead of lime, either would work.

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    oh danggggggg that sounds awesome! Gonna try this on my bird from this spring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtm307 View Post
    Oh man! That looks amazing. I've yet to harvest a turkey. I hunted by Esterbrook four separate days and at Vedauwoo one day. I'll give it one more shot this weekend.
    You might look up on Tunnel Rd too.

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    Yum!
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    Quote Originally Posted by wytex View Post
    Well my recipe is in my head but I'll try.
    1-1/2 lbs cubed meat
    8-10 roasted green chiles
    4-5 tomatillos
    1 large box Chicken stock
    2-3 cloves garlic, diced
    1 white onion, diced, I use about 1/2 a large one
    1 tsp mexican oregano
    1 tsp cumin
    1 Tbsp lemon juice
    1 can tomatoes with green chilis, Rotel
    salt and pepper to taste, about 1 tsp each

    Brown the meat remove from pot, brown diced onions add diced garlic. Add chicken stock, chiles and tomatillos and the rest of the ingredients.
    If you want it thicker add some cornstarch.

    I adjust the cumin and oregano as I like it. I also use lemon juice instead of lime, either would work.
    oops forgot you need 1 tsp of chili powder also, mild or hot

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