When you think of thanksgiving, the first thing that you talk about is a good roasted turkey. But, have you ever heard of Turducken? If not, you are likely missing out on a lot. From the traditional turducken roll to some of the delectable smoked turducken, the options are quite diverse.
This is a traditional dish eaten by the majority of the people in Greenland. For those who are confused about it, this dish is a hybrid name for a combination of things.
Wondering what this hybrid name means?
Well, it is a combination of turkey, chicken, and duck. But you must be wondering, what exactly is this dish made?
The process is pretty time consuming and takes a lot of time to master. It is a chicken stuffed into a duck, which is then stuffed inside a turkey. So, nothing but layers after layers of meat.
The preparation process is pretty complicated and takes quite some time for you to master it.
How is it made?
The dish starts with the first stuffing that goes inside the chicken. Normally, the chicken is deboned over which the stuffing is spread out. For the most part, sausages are the most preferred option.
Once the stuffing is laid out evenly on the deboned chicken slices, it is rolled up and then poached. Then again, the same is roasted and poached inside a duck and it is poached again with the chicken stuffed inside.
Lastly, the poached finished product is then stuffed inside the turkey and then prepare the dish for the final roasting. You can coat the exterior of the bird with some delectable spices and salt to make the skin extra crispy.
Make sure that you check the roasting process halfway through to ensure faster cooking.
When is this dish made?
This dish is mainly made during the Thanksgiving days as a special dinner in Greenland.
If you don’t like the traditional roast turkey that is made during the Thanksgiving dinner and wants a change of things, this serves as the perfect option.
Moreover, the leftovers of this also make for another next morning sandwich known as the turducken burger.
In case you are anywhere around Greenland and you know people, you can taste this amazing delicacy there. This is not an everyday dish, so you will not likely get to eat them just about anywhere around in the country.