Smothered Turkey Wings

Smothered Turkey Wings created by Anonymous

I haven't tried this one yet, I'm putting it here for safe-keeping. Looks good, and interesting, and would be good to do when turkey parts go on sale. This recipe is from B.J.'s Market & Bakery in Chicago.

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2hrs 30mins
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  • To make wings: heat oven to 350°; brush wings with vegetable oil and place in a large roasting pan; stir together salt, pepper, garlic powder, poultry seasoning and onion powder in a medium bowl; sprinkle over turkey wings.
  • Bake until browned, 45-60 minutes.
  • To make sauce: melt butter in a large heavy saucepan or dutch oven; add celery and onion; cook over medium-low heat until soft but not browned, about 5 minutes; stir in thyme and pepper; cook 1 minute; add flour; cook, stirring constantly, until light brown, about 5 minutes; slowly whisk in broth.
  • Heat liquid to a boil; reduce heat and simmer uncovered 20 minutes.
  • Strain sauce through a sieve and return to the saucepan; slowly whisk in milk and stir constantly until sauce returns to a simmer.
  • Pour sauce over turkey wings; cover and cook until tender, about 1 hour.
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"I haven't tried this one yet, I'm putting it here for safe-keeping. Looks good, and interesting, and would be good to do when turkey parts go on sale. This recipe is from B.J.'s Market & Bakery in Chicago."

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  1. Cathy K.
    I only made 2 large turkey wings so I only used 1/4 cup butter, 2 1/2 cups of chicken broth and I used 1 cup of heavy cream. Wonderful recipe. I didn't strain because my husband loves onions. Served with mashed potatoes and fresh green beans.
  2. soleil99
    This ended up being a fabulous recipe though it was a bit more time consuming than I had hoped--it was well worth it. I agree with some of the others that adding a bit more seasoning to the sauce/gravy helped--and I used some toasted onion salt and a bit more thyme and poultry seasoning. I definitely plan to make this one again!
  3. Thelma B.
    When I first saw this, I thought that the recipe was a little complicated but the picture was so enticing. Well, it ended up not being complicated but the taste would make you think so. And I do believe that that's the best gravy I've made of all times. Family loved it and they are jonsing for the leftovers!
  4. Contrefaire -.
    My family absolutely LOVED these wings. I actually threw some chicken wings in the pan too since I didn't have 6 turkey wings on hand. Still, simply amazing. I followed the recipe pretty closely except I put chopped opinions and celery OVER the raw wings before putting them in the oven the first time and for the sauce/gravy I used canned milk because I found out my milk was spoiled. I added 1/3 can of cream of chicken for flavor/thickness and it came out perfectly.
  5. Contrefaire -.
    I followed the recipe pretty closely except I put chopped opinions and celery OVER the raw wings before putting them in the oven the first time and for the sauce/gravy I used canned milk because I found out my milk was spoiled. I added 1/3 can of cream of chicken for flavor/thickness and it came out perfectly.
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