How to tuck Turkey wings

The first step is to trim the turkey wing. You want the wing to be about two inches thick on each side.

Next, you need to make a slit in the middle of the turkey wing.

Slice all the way down through the joint of that piece of meat then tuck it back together with some liquid (stock or water works well). Now it’s time for seasoning.

Salt and pepper can go on either side of the meat depending on which side you like more seasoned. A pinch of paprika goes great over one side, thyme is a fantastic herb that goes well with this dish and rosemary tends to be a little spicy so only add that one if you enjoy a little heat!

In your pan of choice, you want to use an oven-proof dish, the first thing I do is preheat my oven on 450 F degrees.

Then on medium high heat on your stove top, pour about half a cup of olive oil. You can go with extra virgin for this type of dish because it has that nice bite to it which really makes this dish stand out. You can always substitute with vegetable oil as well!

Fry the turkey wing for about 4 minutes on each side until it’s a medium golden-brown color, you don’t want to deep fry the wing because we want to keep that moistness in there and frying it too long will make the turkey a little dried up. Once it’s fried, place the wing in your oven-proof dish and allow it to cook for 5 minutes on each side.

Once that is done you will soon notice that the turkey has become nice and golden brown!

Now just remove it from the pan and you can slice away at this gorgeous meat! Keep in mind if you wanted to make a quick meal you can fry it up and serve it right away, however if you like to do some little entertaining for your guests or family, we recommend placing the meat in an oven-proof dish before frying it and letting your guests or family serve themselves!

So this is how to tuck Turkey wings and make it.


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