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I'm here today to show you a little bit on how to carve a turkey and make it easier for you at this holiday.
There is a couple ways of carving a turkey. One is conventional which I’ll start out with. The other one I'm going to show you how to remove the breast muscle to make up the sandwiches the day after or whatever time you want to use it. In order to have the turkey stable, it’s best that you live the wings on, the wings are actually holding the turkey from of course side to side. And you would take your knife and you would start slicing like this. It’s very simple, just keep going and slice as much as you can without thinking of anything—the turkey. Now, as you’re slicing, you're going to start hitting the drumstick. You’re going take the drumstick and you cut it right out and you're going to snap it down and it kind of snaps right off the turkey.
This is the drumstick. As you could see, it’s got the drum and the thigh. Now, what I like to do is cut it in half and take the drum out because there is always someone looking for the drum and then we have the thigh. Now obviously, you're not going to put this on someone’s plate but what you want to do is take it and it will come apart very easy. So, this is called the dark meat of the turkey. Some people like dark and some people like white meat. So, that’s some of the dark, some of the white and then you continue again, don’t take the wings off and this is only half of the breast and remember that. This is only one muscle, look at all that white meat.
I'm going to show you the other way now which is a little bit more difficult but it’s not that bad, it just takes a little bit more time. Unlike before we’re going to take the drum off first and I'm going to cut the drum stick off and put it right there. But what you do is you're going to the top of the breast and you feel the bone right here. Just go against that and then follow the bone of the cavity. Very simple and cut it right off. You see it comes, the muscle come right loose. There is the muscle right here let me pull the skin so you could see what it looks like. Then you would take the breast and you’ve sliced it this way, this makes delicious sandwiches either for that night or the next day. And this will yield quite a bit of turkey meat.
You could take it like this, put it right here. The only thing we have left now is the wings, you take it and you hold the wing. You put the point of the knife in here and you just break it off, just go back. And you can separate the wing, there is a drum and a wing that’s called the wing drum and then the wing. This is the best part, this is my favorite part right there. Now, that’s the turkey platter there, we got plenty of meat. I hope this tips will help you. Have a happy and a healthy thanksgiving.