Sweet and Spicy Satsuma Turkey

  • HungryHippo Posted: 03/18/13
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    i think this would have been better if the mandarins i purchased had been sweeter. they were a little drier then normal, probably not the right season? I might try using canned mandarin segments next time.

  • Christalplatt Posted: 04/24/14
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    This was NASTY. It smelled like vomit.The oranges fell apart while cooking so they were no longer whole. The cook time wasn't long enough and the turkey was not cooked, had to cook 2 hours longer and I have a high quality slow cooker. My husband took one bite and said he couldn't eat it. Gave this one star for it wouldn't let me leave it blank but I wouldn't give it any stars. There are much better recipes out there. YUCK!!!!

  • Karatemum Posted: 01/14/14
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    This had a few challenges: 1. Satsuma tangerines are not carried in stores where I live. I used canned 2. Could not find Tamarind paste - unless Tamarind Curry Paste is the same thing. I bought a Tamardin dry soup mix and made a paste from that. 3. Five Spice Powder is expensive, but I found it in bulk at Whole Foods and bought seventeen cents worth. My husband liked it and we'll make it again, maybe with pork.


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