Surrey Fried Turkey Poppers
For those of you that don’t follow tradition during the festive period, why not try our Surrey fried turkey poppers. Great for a Christmas Eve treat!
These deep fried morsels make for perfect finger food in the run up to the big day, you can match them up to all kinds of bold flavours… dunked straight into our very own chilli jam for an extra kick or maybe nestled beside some celeriac remoulade spiked with citrus and dijon mustard? Or, maybe even stacked into a toasted bun with some melted cheese and a winter slaw?!
The kids will love these and could even help with making them, mixing the marinaded or helping to dust each piece of turkey in the dredge before frying. Keep the frying to the grown ups as it can be quite hot work for little fingers!
If you want to shun the turkey all together this year, why not try using rabbit or pheasant to really mix things up? Not only will rabbit and pheasant be a good alternative, it’s cheap, seasonal and generally super local.
The Surrey fried turkey poppers can be cooked over fire or on a hob in your kitchen. For this recipe, we used a Swedish Torch Log from the guys over at Kindwood.