Turkey A La King is the perfect recipe to use leftover turkey after Thanksgiving. It gives a completely different flavor than the Thanksgiving meal, it’s warm and comforting and delicious.
Using your 10.5″ Kitchen Charm skillet you can easily make this one pot meal for dinner on a week night. It’s a cozy dish to warm up with on a cold day.
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Turkey A La King
• 6 Ready to bake southern style biscuits
• 2 Lb shredded leftover turkey or fresh cooked turkey – see Chef’s notes for cooking instructions
• 2 Tablespoons butter
• ½ Cup white wine
• 1 Tsp chopped sage
• 4 Tbl butter
• ½ Cup flour
• 2 Cups Chicken broth
• 1 Cup heavy cream
• Splash of white wine
• 1 Cup fresh carrots chopped
• 1 Cup corn kernels – frozen
• 1 Cup peas – frozen
• ¼ Cup fresh bell peppers chopped
• 1 Tsp fine chopped sage
- Pre heat oven 350 and place biscuits on cookie sheet, cook to package instructions.
Heat the 10.5” Kitchen Charm skillet on medium high for 3 minutes.
- Turn heat down to medium add butter and melt. Add leftover turkey, wine and sage; stirring occasional until all pieces of turkey are lightly browned. Remove turkey from skillet and set aside.
- Add butter to the skillet, when melted add the flour and stir to make a roux. Next, add chicken broth, heavy cream splash of white wine, all vegetables and sage.
- Add to the same skillet butter, once it is melted add the flour and mix to make a roux. Stir to remove the drippings from the bottom of the skillet. Next, add chicken broth and heavy cream. Add all vegetables, turkey, sage and an additional splash of wine; stir to combine all ingredients.
- Add lid with Redy-cook valve open. Wait for Redy-cook valve to whistle; close Redy-cook valve, turn temperature down to low and cook for an additional 5-6 minutes.
- Remove lid and check for desired thickness of sauce. If the consistency is to runny or not what you want cook an additional 2 minutes.
- Cut biscuits in half and spoon sauce over the top.
If you don’t have left over turkey to use cook a small turkey breast Season the turkey breast with 2 pinches of salt and pepper and 1 tablespoon of Smokey paprika. Add the turkey breast to the 4 quart Kitchen Charm Dutch oven with 1 cup chicken stock, ¼ of an onion and 2 whole garlic cloves. Put lid on with Redy-cook valve open, turn heat to medium high and wait for Redy-cook valve to whistle. Turn heat down to medium and cook for an additional 12 minutes.
OR ask the deli counter at your grocery store to cut very thick slices of turkey for you- around 1/2″ thick and then shred the slices.
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