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Big Easy Foods Creole Style Tur-Duc-Hen


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  • Pack of 15 pounds
  • Made with a whole turkey, whole duck and whole chicken
  • Has a home made flavor
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At Big Easy Foods Louisiana Cuisine, our Turduchen is a partially deboned Turkey stuffed with Duck, Chicken, and homemade Cornbread & Pork Rice Dressing. A richness of flavor from the three different holiday birds provide a new complexity to a simple idea. Many families are creating new traditions by serving a Tur-Duc-Hen in place of a traditional roasted Turkey for a holiday feast. Others, who no longer live in the Southern United States, will serve a Cajun Turducken as a simple reminder of the traditions and cuisine they miss. Tail-gating at your next event will make you the hero when you carve a Tur-Duck-Hen from Big Easy Foods. The Louisiana Tur-Duc-Hen is also known as our cornbread & pork-rice dressing Tur-Duck-Hen. First we partially debone the turkey, leaving the legs and wings, then we stuff it with boneless chicken thigh meat, succulent duck breast meat, and moist cajun cornbread & pork-rice dressing

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  • Shipping Weight: 20 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000BQSI1G
  • Item model number: LA
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #193,184 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Julia K on November 23, 2007
Tried the Turducken this year. I was very disappointed. The bird doesn't stay together like the photos you see. After it's cooked, you don't know to slice or scoop out the bird. There was very little turkey meat on the outside and the inside had more rice than duck or sausage. Plus, it was dry. There were no juices when I cooked it. Luckily, we also cooked a traditional turkey which fed everyone. After all said and done, after $110, the Turducken was stuffing. I will never buy again.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Neil Foster on December 25, 2011
I bought this for our Christmas dinner. BIG mistake. What we received was a very small, and extremely overpriced turkey stuffed with little pieces of what may have been duck and/or chicken... and a lot of nasty-tasting stuffing. The proportions were NOTHING like what is pictured.

Unfortunately, due to the nature of the product (frozen, stuffed) and the time it is traditionally served (Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner) you don't find out it is crap until it comes out of the oven... and by then you are stuck with it, because most of the stores are already closed.

Despite the small amount of meat, it easily fed seven people, with ample left-overs... mainly because nobody finished what was on their plates, let alone went back for seconds.

On a positive note, our dog loved the stuff and happily ate what everyone scooped into her bowl.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Foodie on December 3, 2011
Last year I had another Tur-duc-ken and it was great. This year our market brought these in and I will never buy one again. The instructions state to cook 3 hours and 40 minutes frozen. It took over 2 hours more than that (which I could have lived with) and when we took it out it was so dry on the outside and still raw in the middle. Trust me my market has heard several complaints this year.
T from PA
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By P. Doeringer on March 24, 2014
I bought this item at Sprouts Farmers Market. It was a closeout and having never tried Turducken I bought it. After getting home I went to Amazon to read the reviews. A couple reviews were great and the others were horrible. I called Big Easy Foods and they gave me other directions that were NOT on the box. Another review on Cajun Grocers said to take it out of the bag and leave the net on and brown it in a pan with oil. Big Easy foods told me to take it out of the bag and cook it on a rack in a cast iron covered pan. I had a heavy aluminum covered roating pan and I used that. I took the Turduckin and browned it on all sides in oil. Then I put it into the roasting pan on a rack and inserted a remote read thermometer into the roast. I did NOT put water into the pan and baked it at 300 degrees until it reached 165 degrees, about 2 1/2 hours. The roast was firm and perfectly done.

I normally cook a regular turkey at 250 degrees and I feel the box directions at 400 degrees were way too hot. I never have cooked anything in a roasting bag and I feel that is why many people had a sloppy mess. When I cook another one I doubt that I will cover it, as I don't do that with a turkey or beef roast.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By BigBurl on March 12, 2012
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The Tur-Duc-Hen I ordered was advertized having corn bread stuffing and sausage. The one I received was stuffed with only rice. The bird itself was good and delivery was fast. If it was not for the mix up between rice and corn bread stuffing I would have given this Item a 4 out of 5.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By glc on November 25, 2012
Instructions say to thaw in the fridge for 48 hours and cook in the bag at 400 for 3 hours. In reality, it needs 96 hours in the fridge to thaw properly, and I cooked it at 325 till the interior was 165. This took over 4 hours. The whole thing was reasonably moist, but it fell apart while trying to carve it. This is because there was no whole chicken or duck inside, it was pieces along with a ton of stuffing. It was very tasty but it looked more like just a pile of stuffing on the plate. Bottom line - it's quite overpriced. One of these days I'd like to try one that's put together the way it's supposed to be.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Wild Will on December 26, 2013
The bird? arrived on time and was neatly packaged in both dry & regular ice packs. There was no enclosed instructions except small font vague general printed label. After taking over an hour longer than the directions said to get up to temperature, this Frankenbird totally fell apart in the pan and had to be scooped out. No way could it be sliced in a unified way and was embarrassing to serve. Just a dark gray mess of bad flavored Haggis flanked by two dried out turkey breasts book-ends. The dressings were mushy globs with an overly salty unexplainable bitterness. Different dark meats (dark grizzly chicken scraps mixed with a few pieces of tough duck fat) were stuffed in between two separate lumps of soggy stuffing (one side cornmeal and other rice) with little or no seasoning. The three types of meat (dark meat turkey, chicken, duck) were indistinguishable from one another once served. Every guest stuck with just the plain white turkey breast. Normally, left-overs get attacked & fully consumed by our teenagers by the very next day. This mixed up bird was dumped unceremoniously into the trash after sitting untouched three days later. Pretty bad when a 17 year old boy looks past four quart sized containers of turkey dinner left-overs and claims there is nothing edible in the fridge. Worst turkey dinner my family has ever had.
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