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    One of my favorite things to do with leftover turkey is to cut the white meat into strips about the same size as a French fry, then dip them in catsup just like you would fries. It just occurred to me that I could deep fry those suckers and I'll bet they'd be even better that way. What do you think?

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    1 pak Velveeta shells and cheese.
    1 pound hamburger.
    I can Rotel .
    Hotsauce to taste.
    Top with shredded cheese.
    Retreating? Hell no, I'm just attacking in a different direction!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DougRich View Post
    One of my favorite things to do with leftover turkey is to cut the white meat into strips about the same size as a French fry, then dip them in catsup just like you would fries. It just occurred to me that I could deep fry those suckers and I'll bet they'd be even better that way. What do you think?
    Everything is better deep fried.
    Retreating? Hell no, I'm just attacking in a different direction!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DougRich View Post
    One of my favorite things to do with leftover turkey is to cut the white meat into strips about the same size as a French fry, then dip them in catsup just like you would fries. It just occurred to me that I could deep fry those suckers and I'll bet they'd be even better that way. What do you think?
    Deep frying cooked turkey could easily result in something rather dry & chewy, especially since you are talking about fry sized pieces. Perhaps if you allowed the pieces to soak in the batter for a while before frying, it might mitigate the drying effect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crepitus View Post
    1 pak Velveeta shells and cheese.
    1 pound hamburger.
    I can Rotel .
    Hotsauce to taste.
    Top with shredded cheese.
    I had to look up Velveeta shells and Rotel. However, I make that from scratch - hamburger mac and cheese with stewed tomatoes. Love it. I've never tried Velveeta shells with cheese. Does it taste like Velveeta cheese? I remember eating the cheese when I was a kid, but I'm not too fond of it now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Who View Post
    I had to look up Velveeta shells and Rotel. However, I make that from scratch - hamburger mac and cheese with stewed tomatoes. Love it. I've never tried Velveeta shells with cheese. Does it taste like Velveeta cheese? I remember eating the cheese when I was a kid, but I'm not too fond of it now.
    It just tastes like american cheese, little salty, little cheesey. The Rotel and the hotsauce are the strong flavors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Who View Post
    I would add extra cheese and stewed tomatoes. Hold the ketchup.
    The ketchup has the vinegar taste which adds tang to it. Extra cheese might help if its the dry powdered type that comes with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Who View Post
    Deep frying cooked turkey could easily result in something rather dry & chewy, especially since you are talking about fry sized pieces. Perhaps if you allowed the pieces to soak in the batter for a while before frying, it might mitigate the drying effect.
    Very hot oil, very quick fry. They should be fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gamewell45 View Post
    The ketchup has the vinegar taste which adds tang to it. Extra cheese might help if its the dry powdered type that comes with it.
    Extra-cheddar cheese slices also work quite well. They melt very quickly.
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