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Internal Temperature Of Cooked Turkey
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Stuffed Red Pepper with Cilantro-Garlic Cauliflower
Possibly the best thing I have ever cooked.
Stuffed Red Peppers and Mashed Cilantro-Garlic Cauliflower
Now, all these measurements are imprecise, I was just eyeballing my way through the preparation process. Still, you should be able to approximate the results with little discernable difference.
1 lg head Cauliflower
1 small bunch cilantro (about as much as you can cup loosely in one hand)
6-8 cloves Garlic
1 Tbsp Peppercorns
2 Tbsp Butter
1/4 -to- 1/2 cup milk
1/4 cup shaved parmesan, asiago and mozzarella cheese
Stuffed Red Peppers
2-3 large Red Peppers
1 lb ground turkey
1 lb ground sirloin
1 1/2 cup seasoned croutons
5 medium-to-large mushrooms
3/4 large yellow onion
1/2 tsp black pepper
1/2 tsp cayenne
1 tsp chili powder
1 tsp dried thyme
1 1/2 tsp kosher salt
Preheat oven to 325.
Begin by washing the red peppers and cutting the tops off (as lids, as though you were making jack-o-lanterns out of 'em). Scrape out the seeds and the ribs, rinse the interior, set aside on a cookie sheet lined with aluminum foil.
The Food Processor is your friend. Use it to crush the croutons into fine crumbs, chop the onion and mushrooms into small pieces - they should end up as a mush.
Transfer croutons, mushrooms and onion to a larger bowl, add spices and mix well.
Add egg, turkey and ground beef, stir this mixture by inserting your hands into the mess and stirring with your thumbs. Try not to SQUEEZE the meat.
Once it's well-blended, spoon tightly into the red peppers, place on the top over rack for 45-60 minutes, or until internal temperature of the meat hits 155 degrees.
Super-amazingly important: Before serving, transfer the peppers to a rack above a bowl, or whatever you can jury rig. Let them set for about three-to-five minutes, then pierce or cut the bottom of the peppers with a knife. This will drain out a lot of juice, but better here than all over your plate.
You can prepare the cauliflower while the peppers cook.
Break the cauliflower into florets, steam over high heat until effortlessly pierced with a fork (about ten-fifteen minutes)
Peel and place the garlic cloves on the top rack of the oven, alongside your peppers. They will roast while the cauliflower steams.
After fifteen-twenty minutes in the oven, remove the garlic and combine with cilantro and black pepper in the food processor.
Combine cauliflower and food processor contents into a mixer, or mash together by hand. Add butter and allow to melt as you mix/mash.
Add cheese and continue to mix/mash.
While mixing, slowly add warmed milk until a creamy consistency is achieved. Do not add the milk all at once, it might go haywire and leave you with soppy cauliflower.
THAT'S ALL I GOT FOLKS
Thankgiving 2009 006
Note, the dressing was placed under the turkey after the turkey internal temperature was 160 F+ to catch some of the last turkey drippings. The turkey came off about 15-25 minutes later. The dressing cooked for another 45 minutes at 325 F in the BWS.
internal temperature of cooked turkey
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