Be the Hero on Christmas Day with Coosh's Genuine Louisiana Turducken

Relax and let Coosh prepare your Christmas dinner.  Your turducken will amaze your friends and family. A chicken stuffed into a duck, further stuffed into a turkey makes up this boneless three-bird masterpiece. Plus, you have the option of dressing flavors to appeal to any taste.

Since popularized by the world’s first celebrity chef, Paul Prudhomme, turduckens have been the rage of Bourbon Street’s most exclusive restaurants. Prudhomme, the guy who gave Emeril Lagassee his start, wow’d his guests with his turduckens that were only available limited times of the year. While critics scoff at the idea of a three-bird roast, the insiders who waited in line for hours were the few who could enjoy this delicacy.  Now thanks to Coosh, you can enjoy a turducken in your own home.

  • Unique flavor of three birds in one slice.
  • Impress your friends and family when you cut into the boneless bird
  • Less mess and fuss as your turducken is boneless, just slice and serve.
  • No early morning turkey stuffing as your turducken is ready to cook.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a turducken?
A turducken is a boneless Christmas masterpiece comprised of a chicken inside of a duck inside of a turkey.  Each layer is seasoned with your choice of seasoning

How do I prepare a turducken on Thanksgiving day?
Cook in oven uncovered at 350°F. After 45 minutes, cover turducken with aluminum foil and cook for another 3 1/2 to 5 hours for desired tenderness or until the internal of the bird reaches 165°F.

How many people does a turducken feed?
A turducken can feed anywhere between 20 and 25 people.

What are the dressing flavors?
Jambalaya dressing-Pork, sausage, and rice
Cornbread & sausage dressing-Sweet cornbread and spicy sausage
Porkrice dressing-Sautéed vegetables, pork, and rice
Shrimp rice dressing-Sautéed vegetables with shrimp and rice
Boudin dressing-Pork, rice, sausage
Crawfish cornbread-Creamy crawfish in sweet cornbread dressing

Can I get a turducken for other holidays?
Yes, you don’t have to wait until Thanksgiving. Coosh will prepare a turducken for you anytime during the year.  Give Coosh 72 hours notice and he will have your turducken ready for your special occasion.