Bacon Wrapped Turducken
The Super Bowl is that one event that sports fans most look forward to every year. Thanks to Bacon Freak, you can now serve a meal as memorable as the Super Bowl itself: the Bacon-Wrapped Turducken. Yes it’s true; this ultimate meat feast is now available at and currently on-sale for online purchase at Bacon Freak . Just a few clicks of your mouse will deliver a bacon-wrapped turducken right to your door. If you are looking for that one dish that will really bring the “wow” factor to your Super Bowl menu, you’ve found it.
Our fans are no stranger to the turbaconducken; you could call it our unofficial mascot. This Bacon-Wrapped Turducken consists of a turkey breast that is wrapped in bacon and layered with boneless, skinless chicken breast meat, boneless, skinless duck breast meat, more bacon inside and stuffed with an Italian sausage stuffing. It’s something every meat-loving carnivore has always wanted to try, but who has never wanted to invest the time and work necessary to make one. Now you can try this delicacy yourself without having to buy all the various meats, de-bone the birds, make the stuffing, and then assemble it yourself. Heck YEAH!
The other advantage to the Bacon-Wrapped Turducken is that anyone can cook it perfectly. Unlike cooking a regular turkey, the Turducken requires zero prep work. There’s no brining, basting, tying, stuffing, or other preparation required. All you have to do is defrost it properly and use a meat thermometer. That’s all there is to it! The Turducken will self-baste from the inside out, and doesn’t require constant attention, giving you ample time to prepare appetizers, side dishes and desserts. Most importantly, it’ll free you up so you can spend time with your friends and family and actually watch the entire game. Hey, you’ll even be able to watch the commercials!
The Bacon-Wrapped Turducken is currently on-sale at Bacon Freak for $99.99, including express shipment. The 6-7 lb. Turducken will easily feed 10-12 hungry, carnivorous Super Bowl fans. It is shipped frozen and because it is solid meat (oh baby!), it takes more time to defrost than a regular turkey. It’ll take 3 days in the fridge or 24 hours in cool water to defrost. The cooking time is 4-6 hours. There’s even a handy diagram on the label that illustrates how to carve it. Leftovers can be re-heated or served thinly-sliced as a sandwich.
Bacon Today staff who were lucky enough to sample this mighty meat feast found it to be moist, juicy, meaty, bacony and totally awesome. If you still have any doubts that the Turducken isn’t the perfect Super Bowl Sunday meal, check out this article that debunks some common turducken misconceptions.
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