Hungarian Turkey Legs

I used the Drumsticks, Thighs, Drummettes and Middle Wings that I cut off a whole turkey for this delicious and easy recipe. Using the crock pot makes this a very simple meal as far as preparation goes. This recipe is one I saw many years ago in a magazine. I have made it using chicken numerous times and maybe once using some turkey drumsticks that I got on sale quite a few years ago. With my good size family it makes sense to use all of the pieces I did. If your family is smaller then you might want to just use the drumsticks.

I used a 5 quart crock for all of these pieces. If you only used the drumsticks then you could use a much smaller crock.

Hungarian Turkey Legs

Bone in Turkey pieces. Can use drumsticks, thighs, drummettes and/or middle wings depending on your family size.

1 or 2 medium sized onions. Peeled, cut in half and sliced rather thin

2 Tablespoons Paprika

2 teaspoons Sea Salt

Put a nice layer of onions in the bottom of the crock pot. Sprinkle with about a teaspoon or so of the Paprika and a good shake of salt. Add the drumsticks and thighs. Add another layer of onions, Paprika and salt. Add the drummettes and middle wing pieces. Finish with rest of onions, Paprika and good shake of salt. Pour about 1/2 cup of water over it all. Cook on low for 8-10 hours.

I like to remove the turkey pieces and use the remaining juice as the basis for a simple gravy. Serve it with rice or mashed potatoes.

Delicious!

Millie

Comments

  1. KB

    >That sounds so easy and delicious! I've got some pork ribs in the crock pot right now…what a great cooking implement for busy days.

  2. Millie

    >KB,
    I love using a crock pot. It makes it easier to provide real food for my family. It is especially good for days I'm working. I actually have three crock pots and the other day had two of the three going đŸ™‚

  3. Carla

    >Mmmm, sounds so good and easy! I really need to use the crockpot more. I have three; two were bought as gifts but found out the recipients didn't need them so I may return one and keep one so I can have more than one going at a time.

  4. Argie

    In our home, we haven’t bought a turkey meat. My dad won’t allow us to eat this kind of meat. I wonder what it takes like? Will somebody describe it for me?

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