Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Torch Your Turkey This Thanksgiving

MIAMI (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Instead of broiling your turkey this Thanksgiving (Nov. 23), a Miami-based chef says you should torch it.

That’s the word from Chef Sean Brasel who says blow torching your turkey dinner is not only healthy, but perfectly safe and can be done inside the comfort of your own home.

Brasel says this method of cooking is better than “deep frying it in your garage” and can be done in a matter of minutes.

He explains: “I marinate it in a special cranberry sauce of three to four days first then steam cook it and then torch it to get the crispy skin.”

Brasel adds that it’s important to aim the torch in one central location and not fling it all over the place.

He says despite the fact that the fire stick can get up to 1,500 degrees, safety goggles aren’t really necessary and you’ll know when your done by the burnt smell.

As he puts it, “If it’s smoking and smells like it’s really burning then it’s done.”

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