Come and see what I will be cooking up on Marilyns Treats This week!
Featuring this week I am highlighting my Turkey Guide 101, a Bourbon and Cola Marinade for your turkey and Sam’s Sausage Stuffing!
I have highlighted three posts from my Cookbook that I love to serve in my home at the Holiday. Along with my Turkey Guide 101 to help make your Holiday meal safe and delicious I am showcasing a Bourbon and Cola Marinade for your turkey and Sam’s Sausage Stuffing. This side dish is the creation of my sister’s father-in-law, Sam. We never have a turkey dinner without this easy and tasty side.
This post is first in a new series Serving This Week.
Bourbon and Cola Marinade
Choosing the right marinade for your turkey is a key to the one of the flavors you add to your meal.
Brining and marinating is not a requirement to cooking the best bird. iIf you don’t mind the extra steps, this is a good marinade to try.
Be sure it will compliment the stuffing you choose and your meal will become a real culinary delight!
This turkey goes well with my Sausage Stuffing. For other tips on insuring the best Turkey feast see my article on Turkey Guide 101.
Want a no fail stuffing made outside the bird that is guaranteed to stay moist no matter how many times you reheat it?
Well, it does exist and this is it! Just 5 ingredients!
This very HEART HEALTHY dish has been in my sister’s family for 60 years. Since I was introduced to it nothing I have tried since can compare.
It is not salty and easy to prepare. You can turn the longest task into a game and have the kids help tear up the bread into cubes.
Day old bread works the best. The best part is, you can double or triple the recipe to ensure you get leftovers to use with the turkey again tomorrow!
You NEED to give this recipe a try!
First turkey? Get Ready Early!
Whether you choose to rotisserie roast, bake, grill, deep fry, smoke, brine or marinate make sure to check out these Turkey Tips and Safety Guides.
This will ensure a meal prepared by a queen and fit for her loyal subjects.
Bookmark this post and be sure to share it with anyone cooking a turkey for the Holiday!
This post is NOT an affiliate post and the author is not receiving compensation of any kind. This post has been highly adapted from Butterball.