I Need An Innovative Recipe for Turkey Galantine

Discussion in 'Recipes' started by coqui, Nov 20, 2002.

  1. coqui

    coqui

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    Hola!!!

    I need a new twist to my classical Turkey Gallantine. Can you suggest a divine recipe, or give some fantastic new ideas for the stuffing or forcemeat??

    Gracias!!!
     
  2. kokopuffs

    kokopuffs

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    TIME/LIFE has published a book entitled Terrines, Pates, and Galantines. Check there.
     
  3. coqui

    coqui

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    Hola!!!

    I checked in that series of books that I own in English and French, they were a gift. But although thay are great resources, they offer no innovation.

    What I need is a good suggestion for the forcemeat other than the classic.

    Is anyone daring enough as to suggest something that works???:confused: :confused: :confused:

    Gracias...

    Coqui
     
  4. miahoyhoy

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    On a dare.


    Stuff it with a mouseline pate of crawfish and rosemary.

    2 lb crawfish
    1 each egg
    1 each egg yolk
    1/4 lb butter, cool
    1 tbl garlic, minced
    2 tbl shallot, minched
    1 tsp rosemary, minced
    1/2 cup heavy cream
    1 tsp chile powder
    1 tsp paprika
    some salt and pepper

    In a food processor puree all ingredients but the cream until smooth.
    Taste and adjust seasonings.
    Add Cream and puree briefly until it thickens.
    Don't over blend or it will break.

    Make that galentine and serve with Pumpkin Sage Butter and a Fresh Cramberry Compote.

    There, you dared me.
    lates,
    Jon

    Ps, test the mouseline first I rarely messure ingredients anymore so my measurements might be a little off.
    :D But I don't think so it looks pretty right on to me.
     
  5. suzanne

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    Back when I was in school, I got assigned the turkey for our T-Day presentation. I did a galantine with crumbled chorizo and cranberries in the bread-based stuffing. Worked pretty well.

    Miahoyhoy, your mousseline sounds great. Definitely different, but delicious. :lips:
     
  6. bouland

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    I'd suggest checking the second volume of this series of books.
     
  7. coqui

    coqui

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    Happy new Year!!!

    Thank you all for your replies!!!