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Homemade Turkey Jerky

BAKING MODE IS ON!

My aunt nearly dropped her specs when I told her that I know how to make Bah Kwa aka Pork Jerky.  I know it is hard for her to believe ... LOL... For someone who does not know how to cook well at home, it is astonishing, she said!  Alright, Aunt... seeing is believing....  let me fold up my long sleeves first, hang on... hahahaa.... 

This time we did not make beef or pork jerky but Turkey!  My sister had a pound of minced turkey meat in her fridge so let's make do with that, shall we?  LOL...
Firstly marinate the pound of minced turkey meat overnight.... 
The next day this was neatly done....
25 minutes of baking in the oven....
Then cut them up like these.... 
Into the oven they went again... 
10 minutes baking on each side... 
Done!!
Onto the plate ..... 
Ooopssss... caught in the act!
Now she "believes" in me... LOL.... 

For the full recipe, it is here.
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I wanted to apologize to my blog friends, I have not been coming by your blog for a couple of weeks already... so sorry... I will make up to you in another week or so...  

Comments

  1. Wow! You are a fabulous chef to make bak kwa with turkey meat! i have only tried pork and chicken meat which are both delicious. Now my head suddenly thinking of camel, donkey and dog meats that I had seen in China. LOL

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  2. I try pork before, but not chicken before...

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  3. See you are the "bak kwa" sifu already hee..hee...

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  4. Your bak kwa looks as good as those sold in the shops

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  5. Getting to be so good at this! Come back can open shop dy!

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  6. Does Turkey bakwa taste as good as pork bakwa?

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  7. Your bak kwa looks so delicious. You can save up by baking these bak kwa yourself every CNY.

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