For Coating:
1

Mix together the Turkey, potatoes, dressing and vegetables. Add in the beaten eggs. If the mixture is too loose, add small amounts (1/4 cup) of bread crumbs until “tightened up”. Roll mixtures into equal sized balls. I use an ice cream scoop to portion out the same sizes. While I’m rolling the balls, I make sure that my oil in heating up. If your using a fryer, heat to 350F. If you’re using the store top, make sure you have a high heat thermometer, and set the to 350F. Once the balls are rolled, you will dip them one at a time into the beaten eggs, to coat, then into the Panko. Coat 5-6 at a time. Carefully drop 4-5 balls into the oil, one at a time. Wait until they are golden brown, and remove. All items are fully cooked, so you’re just warming them up. If you would like to temp them, aim to get them to 140-150F.

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We eat them plain, but you could totally dip them in a cranberry sauce, warm or cold, Gravy, warm or cold, or ranch…..for that matter whatever strikes your fancy!

If you’re feeling guilty for the heavy food, lighten them up with a green salad!

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Ingredients

For Coating:

Directions

1

Mix together the Turkey, potatoes, dressing and vegetables. Add in the beaten eggs. If the mixture is too loose, add small amounts (1/4 cup) of bread crumbs until “tightened up”. Roll mixtures into equal sized balls. I use an ice cream scoop to portion out the same sizes. While I’m rolling the balls, I make sure that my oil in heating up. If your using a fryer, heat to 350F. If you’re using the store top, make sure you have a high heat thermometer, and set the to 350F. Once the balls are rolled, you will dip them one at a time into the beaten eggs, to coat, then into the Panko. Coat 5-6 at a time. Carefully drop 4-5 balls into the oil, one at a time. Wait until they are golden brown, and remove. All items are fully cooked, so you’re just warming them up. If you would like to temp them, aim to get them to 140-150F.

2

We eat them plain, but you could totally dip them in a cranberry sauce, warm or cold, Gravy, warm or cold, or ranch…..for that matter whatever strikes your fancy!

If you’re feeling guilty for the heavy food, lighten them up with a green salad!

Turkey Croquettes