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I just took some worcestershire sauce some red onions salt pepper garlic powder un seasoned meat tenderizer honey.covered in pan with foil 300 degress 1 1/2 hours came out so good meat falling off the bone
This was a very tasty way to prepare turkey legs. I made the sauce but didn't have the pomengranate molases so I used half regular molasses and half honey to make up the difference. I used fresh sage. I basted the legs 3 times during the roasting. Hubby said they were great too! Thanks for sharing your recipe!
I made this recipe for Thanksgiving. My boyfriend didn't want to try it out he's a whimp. So I just made mine with the sauce. He ended up wanting to eat mine! Go figure. just the way I like it with the ends crunchy and flavored with sauce. It seemed to put a glaze with crunchy juiciness. I also ended up using the sauce on a pork roast not as good as the turkey legs but still very moist.
I made this according to the directions. The glaze is basically a BBQ sauce. The instructions made a lot. It was very wasteful. It smelled nice while cooking down but my son the only reason I was making turkey legs said that it was too sweet. If you are making four turkey legs you could probably cut this recipe (the glaze portion) to a quarter or an eighth of what it calls for.