This Turducken recipe is straight from Creole country. Turducken is the answer if you ever wondered what you get when you stick a chicken in a duck in a turkey?
If you’re going to try this turducken recipe, then plan ahead. Turducken takes a lot of work and time. You probably want more than one person helping to pull this off and allow two days from start to finish. With 10 plus hours in the oven, you’re not going to whip this turducken recipe up and serve it for lunch in one day.
It’s also a messy process, especially the deboning. It’s really great if you can mention this and then the guys in the family decide it would be a fun project — even better if you can convince the guys this would be a fun outdoor project.
First, you’re going to need three birds and stuffing. This is a layered dish — kind of like dressing up for going hunting.
Turducken Layers from Inside to Out (the classic version)
White Bread Stuffing
* The different stuffings do add to the experience, but it’s fine to use one basic stuffing.