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Apricot and Tequila Glazed Turkey

4 hrs to make • Serves 10-12

Meat

1 (14-pound) turkey

Produce

1 Dried apricots
2 cloves Garlic
2 tsp Oregano, dried

Canned Goods

3 3/4 cups Chicken broth

Condiments

1/3 cup Apricot preserves

Baking & Spices

1 Black pepper, Freshly ground
1 Salt

Dairy

4 tbsp Butter, unsalted

Beer, Wine & Liquor

3 tbsp Tequila

Other

5 California (dried anaheim) chiles, stemmed and seeded
  • Leticia Garcia

    Apricot and Tequila Glazed Turkey Recipe : Marcela Valladolid : Recipes : Food Network

  • Ashley Jammaron

    Apricot and Tequila Glazed Turkey Recipe- this glaze was very good! i covered the turkey in Apricot jam and then poured the tequila over it. (the recipe is much more complicated) The gravy was also really good. a hint of sweet and sassy

  • Lisa Pietsch

    Holiday favorite foods with a tequila twist! Some holidays just require more booze than others.

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