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  Vickie's Slow Cooked BBQ Turkey
Crock Pot BBQ TurkeyThis year we had some extra guests for Thanksgiving Dinner. Which means we had one huge turkey. Even with giving everyone a zip lock bag to take home, we still a lot of leftovers. I decided to try my hand at using some of the brown meat of the turkey for some slow crock pot BBQ. So far, the boys are loving it.
Preparation Time: 10 Minutes
Cook Time: 4 to 24 hours
Serves: 6
  • Crock Pot
  • 1 lbs pulled Turkey, dark meat (legs, wings and meat around the spine)
  • tblspn McCormick's Grill Mates BBQ Seasoning
  • cup of water for every 4 hours you want to cook your turkey
  • 1 cup your favorite BBQ sauce (we prefer KC Masterpiece Original or Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ)
  • 1 small onion - chopped
  • 1 tblspn Lemon Juice
  • Turn the crock pot to low/medium heat
  • Add water, BBQ, chopped onion BBQ Seasoning and lemon juice. Mix all ingredients.
  • Add the pulled strips of turkey to the crock pot mixture. Stir/fold the meat into the sauce to ensure it's coated thoroughly. You don't have to break the turkey down into fine strips. Just make sure the meat isn't in a 1 or 2 inch diameter hunks.
  • Cook for at least 4 hours or up to 24 hours. Stir and fold the mix often.
    If you start the mix in the morning and you want this for dinner the same day, turn the heat up to high. And fold the meat into the sauce very hour until serving.
    If you've got time to cook the mix over night, keep the pot on a low setting. Stir/fold the mix several times before heading to bed. And again in the morning for the first 4 hours. Then again fold it several times in the last 2 hours before serving.
  • Serve hot on toast, croissants with cheese, or leftover dinner rolls. (Does anyone ever have leftover dinner rolls from a holiday dinner?)
  • Serve plain with leftover stuffing and potatoes. 
  • Serve with Potato Cakes and leftover veggies.
  • You can always add various beans to your BBQ for a BBQ Chili. Baked or pinto beans are good additions for that.
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