Thanksgiving Dinner – Serious Foodie Style

We are starting the busy holiday season, so we wanted to give you a few recipes to make your preparations for your gourmet Thanksgiving meal a bit easier.  These simple, healthy recipes will put an elegant touch to any meal – but especially for Thanksgiving.
Let’s start with The Bird

Spatchcock Turkey

Our favorite method for turkey is using the spatchcock method – which is very similar to butterflied poultry.  We use a dry-rub marinade (suggestions:  Serious Foodie Bourbon Rub, Tex-Mex, or Harissa – click HERE to order), and bast with a flavorful marinade-type sauce (suggestions:  Serious Foodie Pomegranate Grill Sauce and Marinade, or Korean Grill Sauce for a more exotic flavor).  It is then very easy to either roast or grill – and we prefer the later.  And the method works well with chicken, also.

Turn the turkey over after 1 hour of cooking. Grill until the internal temperature reaches 165 degrees (about 45 minutes more for a 20 pound turkey).

Check out the full article HERE on how to do spatchcocked turkey, including a video.


The Gravy

Simple Pomegranate Turkey Gravy
Simple Pomegranate Turkey Gravy

We have used, many times, a beer-based gravy which is complex and delicious – and very simple to make (click HERE to see the recipe).
If you want to use the Serious Foodie Pomegranate Sauce as the base – which would go along with a pomegranate glazed bird – click HERE .


The Sides

Roasted Squash with Peruvian Blood Orange Sauce
Roasted Vegetables with Peruvian Blood Orange Sauce
Roasted Vegetables with Peruvian Blood Orange Sauce

The Serious Foodie Peruvian Blood Orange Sauce is a great complement to most any vegetable dish, but especially butternut squash (click HERE) and roasted vegetables (click HERE).

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