turkey pieces?

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  1. my_girl

    my_girl Full Member

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    Ive got a pack turkey stirfry pieces in the freezer that I bought fresh from ASDA last week.

    Ive also got some veg bits in the fridge to use up. can I use the turkey in the slow cooker or casserole or is it just for stif frying? I cant see anything on the packet to say but I dont want it to be tough as old boots if I cook it slowly?

    Thank you x
     
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    I wouldn't of thought it would be a problem... its only called stir-fry as its cut into smaller pieces. I think that should be fine. Give it a go - Blame me i it doesn't work! :) x
     
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    Give it a bash!

    I've never known any meat to go tough when cooked slowly :)
     
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    It will work fine hun, like said before, its just labeled as stir fry becouse its ready cut up for you. Slow cooking it wont make it any differet, and am i right in thinking that if you do have a tough piece of meat that if you cook it slowly it makes it less toug?
     
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