ONE POT TURKEY STEW: COOKED WITH INGREDIENTS FROM MY PREPPER PANTRY


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  1. Ladonna Phelps
    Ladonna Phelps says:

    I make beans in my pressure cooker. 2 cups of beans. Add enough water to cover beans by 3 inches. Add salt and pepper. You can add ham if you like. Pressure for 40 minutes. Pure perfection!

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  2. Ingrid Moussalli
    Ingrid Moussalli says:

    Your potatoes look scrumptious! I love my Instant Pot! You have been my inspiration to begin prepping😊 Before placing all the liquids in the pressure cooker, I would keep more liquid out at the beginning and keep a half cup back and add cornstarch or arrowroot powder to it and add at the end if you wish to thicken it more like a stew.❤️

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  3. Tiny Acres
    Tiny Acres says:

    I'm a huge proponent of dehydrating home grown potatoes to retain that wonderful flavor. Like a taste of heaven in January when the temps drop and the snow's flying.

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  4. Glory2God
    Glory2God says:

    Blessings AP! I changed my chat name from prepper4life to Glory2God. Had trouble watching this video. Guess its my phone again. Anyway, we loved this video and love all your cooking videos! Thanks for sharing it with everyone! Gods blessings to all!

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  5. H J
    H J says:

    We always made a turkey soup with the carcass after roasting a turkey or turkey breast. So hearty and delicious! Your stew/soup looks fantastic!

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  6. smartgirlnyc
    smartgirlnyc says:

    I love stews with rice, I usually put the ingredients in the slow cooker in the morning. Chicken, Beef, Turkey….whatever you're in the mood for. I'm learning to perfect my own gravies so that I don't have to purchase the pricey store bought mixes. Sometimes I use gravy master, a bottle lasts a long time.

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  7. J T
    J T says:

    Never heard of turkey stew??? I make it every year with Thanksgiving left overs. 😄 Whenever I make something with carrots I add a 1/2 Tsp of sugar. It brings out the flavor of the carrots. I had to laugh about your pretty little potato that you grew. 😄😄😄 Man, that stew looked delicious! 😋 I know you enjoyed it.
    Blessings, my friend. 💜✝

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  8. Keith Bays
    Keith Bays says:

    We make similar stews using all kinds of meat. Venison, chicken, beef, pork, etc., it’s all good in a stew. It’s hard to beat a good stew with fresh biscuits or corn bread. We got a good deal on chicken last week, leg quarters were $0.49/lb and boneless breasts were $1.10/lb, we canned up the chicken so it would make for fast meals when we use it.

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  9. Paula Rizzo
    Paula Rizzo says:

    Oh my goodness!! That Turkey Stew looks so tasty!! I think I still have some canned turkey in my pantry…along with canned carrots and I even have a few little potatoes that I grew…oh boy!! Thanks, AP!!

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  10. Vox in Tenebris
    Vox in Tenebris says:

    First of all, well done on those fabulous potatoes! I remember seeing them growing in past videos, but that is a great result – and being able to use them whole with their skins is so much better!
    I haven't seen an electric pressure cooker. My late mother had the saucepan type, but it was really heavy and I know she was terrified of it. That pressure cooker is ideal, you could easily sit it outdoors to cook as well.
    I was ready to put a plate out watching that video, because the meal looked wonderful. When you get a thinner stock, it lends itself so well to an excuse for a bread roll. AP, I am still waiting for my pressure canner, ordered in July. I had hoped to can potatoes, but I will have to see how much longer it takes to arrive. I am more than ready to start pressure canning now.Thanks, enjoy and take care!!

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