Torn Turkey? Yes, you read that correctly. If you and your family like pulled pork, then you’ll love this simple recipe from Bramble Farm Turkeys and Ruth Macintyre of Ruth’s Little Kitchen.
When making this delicious torn turkey recipe, it is important to remember that quantities can be increased to suit the size of the cut of meat. To the uninitiated, turkey drumsticks are much bigger and fuller flavoured than chicken ones.
Torn Turkey is a very forgiving recipe, so if there needs to be more liquid just add more water, ketchup and cider vinegar. When the turkey is cooked, the flavours can still be re-adjusted.
This is an ideal dish to make the day before, as the flavours infuse and once the meat is shredded; it seems to soak up the liquid.
Serve just like with a slow cooked pulled pork recipe: pile some of the torn turkey on top of a roll or slice of sourdough with coleslaw and salad; or fill flour tortilla wraps with coleslaw or green salad; or just serve with coleslaw, green salad and sauté potatoes.