Turkey on a Rope – Bushcraft Primitive Style

BY ALMAZAN KITCHEN

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 Preparation time:15 min

 Cooking time: 45min

 Serves: 4 portions

INGREDIENTS:

Homemade Sausage 250 lbs/500g

Cheddar Chese 250 lbs/500g

Flour 250 lbs/500g

Wasabi Powder

Salt

Oil

Almazan Kitchen® original
cookware and utensils
(optional)

When someone
says to you “primal food” what do you imagine? In 95% of cases you will answer
“Primitive man eats big chicken leg” … Do you follow where we lead you? Today
we want to return to those times where you need no fancy stoves or grills.
Where your stove is trees and stones around you, and that’s it. This crispy
skin slow-roasted turkey leg is exactly like from the children books we all
read. You see all this juice in the pan beneath? Use everything! Drop some
brussels sprouts and capers in that pan and you will have awesome garnish for
the meat!

You will need these ingredients:

  • turkey leg
  • handful of brussels
    sprouts
  • dill, 1 tbsp.
    capers
  • olive oil,
    salt
  • AlmazanKitchen
    original cookware and utensils (optional)

Steps:

  1. Attach turkey
    leg to the rope above the fire with side heating.
  2. Coat turkey
    leg with olive oil and add salt from all sides. Put pan beneath the leg to
    gather the juice.
  3. Roast turkey
    leg for 120 min, it should always spin.
  4. Toss into the
    pan handful of brussels sprouts and 1 tbsp. of capers. Mix well and fry for a
    few minutes until golden brown texture. Add some dill.
  5. Serve everything
    together.
  6. Enjoy! Bon
    Almazan!

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