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soft shell turtle recipes?

Postby Southern_Son91 » Sat Apr 26, 2014 1:56 am

Any good recipes for soft shell turtle? Have cooked many snapping turtle's but not sure if it is the same?
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Re: soft shell turtle recipes?

Postby Citrus » Sat Apr 26, 2014 5:38 am

Southern_Son91 wrote:Any good recipes for soft shell turtle? Have cooked many snapping turtle's but not sure if it is the same?


The old stand-by recipe is to season, dredge in flour and fry at 350*. I'm sure it's good in Turtle Sauce Piqaunte.

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Re: soft shell turtle recipes?

Postby newoldglory » Sat Apr 26, 2014 6:40 am

I've gone to pressure cooking first, then de-boning it to fry or make stew with. That takes most of the work out of de-boning and cutting out the cartlidge. Pressure cooking breaks down the tough stuff and helps to tenderize.
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Re: soft shell turtle recipes?

Postby terrible ted » Sat Apr 26, 2014 7:27 am

only done crock pot stew with it. was good

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Re: soft shell turtle recipes?

Postby dougeey » Sat Apr 26, 2014 8:29 am

newoldglory wrote:I've gone to pressure cooking first, then de-boning it to fry or make stew with. That takes most of the work out of de-boning and cutting out the cartlidge. Pressure cooking breaks down the tough stuff and helps to tenderize.

X2. Pressure cook then use juice to make chowed add potatoes ,onions ,celery ,salt ,pepper or old bay when all cooked add half and half Thanks, Doug


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