| Turkey slippers, also known as turkey fringes, are small paper sleeves that people attach to the ends of the turkey thighs to cover the unsightly ends of the thighs. They are shaped like a miniature cap and can be pleated or rounded at the top.
- Cut the white sheet of 8-1 / 2 x 11 paper in half lengthwise.
- Fold each half in half again lengthwise.
- Place a folded sheet of paper on top of the other folded sides.
- Open each sheet of paper and fold it in the opposite direction.
- Tie a bundle around each turkey leg.
Turkey slippers, also called turkey fringes, are small paper sleeves that people attach to the ends of the turkey thighs to cover the unsightly ends of the thighs. They are shaped like a miniature chef’s hat and can be curled or rounded at the top.
Hold a stiff knife just above the ankle and perpendicular to the leg and cut along the edge to the leg. This will expose the ends of about six thin white tendons. Grasp the ends of each tendon with clean forceps and pull firmly to remove them.
Turkeys have a muscle and tendon structure in their legs similar to that of humans, but their knees are bent in the opposite direction.
Or boning the turkey legs: For a small turkey sandwich, all you need to do is remove the bone from the bone. Knowing how to heal a turkey leg is worth it. A turkey bone is a large piece of meat. It can easily feed four, but while it comes with a handful it can be messy to eat around the table.