Turkey Drumstick

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Turkey Drumstick


Frozen Turkey Drumsticks
A or B Grade
Male and/or Female
Various Brands

Frozen Turkey Drumsticks A or B Grade Male and/or Female Various Brands
  • Extra information
    • Frozen -18°C: Expires 12-18 Months after Production Date
    • Suitable for Human Consumption
  • Packaging
    • +/- 10-15-20kg Cartons
    • Variable Weight
  • Labels
    • Production Description
    • Nett Weight
    • Production date
    • Expiry Date
  • Certificates
    • Halal logo

Turkey drumstick

What is turkey drumstick?

Turkey drumstick is a term in Dutch that refers to the lower part of a turkey's leg. The meat on this part of the turkey is darker and has more flavor than the meat on the breast, and it also contains more fat.


What is turkey drumstick used for?

Turkey drumstick is often used in preparations where slow-cooking is required, such as soups, stews, and roasts. It is also popular in certain roasted dishes or barbecues. The dark meat of the turkey drumstick is very flavorful and remains juicy even after long cooking. This makes it ideal for dishes that have a longer cooking time. It can also be used in recipes that call for "pulling" (pulling the meat apart), such as pulled turkey. In addition, turkey drumstick can be roasted in the oven or on the grill, resulting in crispy skin and juicy meat. It can be served with a variety of side dishes, such as potatoes, vegetables, or rice.

It is also a good alternative to chicken in most recipes, and it can be used in pasta or in salads. Depending on the preparation method, it can also be used in healthy meals.


The quality labels of our turkey drumstick

At our company, we value the quality of our turkey drumstick. We believe that the quality of the meat determines the taste, texture, and overall enjoyment of our products. That is why we are committed to providing only the best to our customers. All our turkeys have halal certification, providing assurance that the entire production process meets the highest halal standards.