I procured some frozen frog legs.
yeah, I am picturing a half dozen shivering Kermits, getting around on crutches. C'mon; that can't be any worse than asking my grandkids, What's red and green and goes 120mph?... Kermit in a blender.
anyway, while they slowly defrost in a meat cooler, I'm considering what time and temp to try??
My instinct tells me 135f for an hour. any better ideas?
By M. ded reckoning on Wednesday, March 06 at 05:34 PM
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I haven't done frog legs before but I think started at 135F to 140F for an hour seems like a good time and temp. Let us know how it works out!
By Jason Logsdon on Wednesday, March 06 at 06:58 PM
for a first try, I think 135.5f for 55 minutes was very close to the right temp and time. I used a Thai spiced marinade in the bag, and it was lovely.
I did wrap the calves and thighs in cedar paper and put them on a hot grill for finishing. Next time I'll just rest them on the cedar paper and use the butane torch on 'em to finish.
By M. ded reckoning on Sunday, March 17 at 12:09 AM
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