Calf shank

Meat of turkey is a diet and delicious product. Recipes from turkey shanks are waiting for you below.

Turkey’s drumstick in the oven – recipe

Ingredients:

  • calf shank – 1 piece;
  • salt;
  • vegetable oil;
  • Honey natural – 2 tsp.
  • sharp mustard – 2 tbsp. spoons;
  • buds of a carnation – 5 pieces;
  • Cloves of garlic – 2 pcs .;
  • black pepper.

Preparation

The shank of a turkey is mine, dried and rubbed with a mixturesalt and pepper. Peeled garlic cloves cut into small pieces. With the tip of the knife, we make incisions in the meat and insert garlic in them, or maybe carnation buds. Honey is mixed with mustard, coated with this sauce shin and leave for an hour. Then we place the shin in a greased form. On top of it, also a little watered with oil. We cover with foil and bake at 230 degrees for 20 minutes. Then reduce the heat to 190 degrees and cook the meat for another hour. Approximately every 15 minutes, the foil is opened and watered with the resulting fat and juice. Then we check the shin on readiness – when cutting in the deepest place the secret juice should be transparent. Then remove the foil, raise the temperature again to 200 degrees and bake the meat to a rosy color.

Turkey shank calf – recipe

Ingredients:

  • Steak from the calf shank – 1.5 kg;
  • sharp mustard – 2 tbsp. spoons;
  • Mayonnaise – 1 tbsp. a spoon;
  • salt;
  • spice.

Preparation

Spices and salt rub the steak from the calf shank. We chop the mustard with mayonnaise and smear the meat with the resulting sauce. We leave to marinate for about an hour and a half. The oven is heated to 200 degrees. The meat is placed in a mold, covered with foil and baked for an hour and a half. Then remove the foil and bring the steak to the color.

Cold from turkey shank – recipe

Ingredients:

  • Calf shank – 2 pcs .;
  • Carrots – 170 g;
  • Water – 4 liters;
  • Onion – 150 g;
  • Garlic – 4 cloves;
  • Laurel leaf – 1-2 pieces;
  • salt.

Preparation

Shake the turkey shanks with water, put the peeleda whole onion, a bay leaf and cook for about 3.5 hours. Thin rings cut carrots. Garlic is also cut in circles. Onions and bay leaves are removed from the broth. We add carrots, garlic and add salt to taste. Again, put the pan on the fire and cook for half an hour more. We take the meat out of the broth, separate it from the bones, crush it and spread it around the trays. We put carrots there and pour the filtered broth over it. Leave in a cold place until it freezes.

Turkey shank soup – recipe

Ingredients:

  • Potatoes – 800 g;
  • calf shank – 1 piece;
  • Fresh tomatoes – 3 pcs .;
  • Carrots – 190 g;
  • Asparagus beans – 190 g;
  • Onion – 1 piece;
  • Spaghetti thin – 125 g;
  • salt.

Preparation

We wash the washed shin in a saucepan. Cook for about an hour after boiling, and then remove and cool. Carrots are cut into cubes, potatoes are cut into slices. Tomatoes shred by pieces. We put potatoes and carrots into broth, there we throw the whole bulb. The cooled meat is separated from the bones and sent to the soup. And then put the same tomatoes. Minutes 10 before the end of the cooking process, we put the washed and chopped slices of asparagus beans. And after the beans, add spaghetti. Ready soup spilled on plates and served to the table.

Braised turkey shank – recipe

Ingredients:

  • shin – 1 piece;
  • Onion – 2 pieces;
  • Sour cream – 95 g;
  • Carrots – 2 pieces;
  • sweet pepper – 3 pcs .;
  • Black pepper peas – 3 pcs .;
  • salt;
  • Dry basil – ½ tsp;
  • Dry marjoram – ½ tsp.

Preparation

Grind the onions, let the carrots through the fineGrater. Cut the meat of the shank into small pieces. In the frying pan, heat the oil, put the onion in it and fry it for 5 minutes, and then add the carrot and all together fry for another 5 minutes. Now put the pieces of turkey and lightly fry them. Sour cream is bred in 50 ml of water and the resulting mixture is poured into the frying pan. Solim, put the spices and mix. Extinguish the turkey shin under the lid for 30 minutes, then remove the cover and simmer for another 15 minutes, so that excess moisture evaporates.

www.rowland98.com

shank

 (shăngk)n.

1. a. The part of the human leg between the knee and ankle.

b. A corresponding part in other vertebrates.

2. a. The whole leg of a human.

b. A leg or leglike part.

3. A cut of meat from the leg of a steer, calf, sheep, or lamb.

4. The long narrow part of a nail or pin.

5. A stem, stalk, or similar part.

6. Nautical The stem of an anchor.

7. The long shaft of a fishhook.

8. The part of a tobacco pipe between the bowl and stem.

9. The shaft of a key.

10. The narrow section of the handle of a spoon.

11. Printing The section of a body of type between the shoulder and the foot.

12. a. The narrow part of the sole of a shoe under the instep.

b. A piece of material, such as metal, that is used to reinforce or shape this part of a shoe.

13. A projection, such as a ring, on the back of a button by which it is sewn to cloth.

14. b. The part of a tool, such as a drill, that connects the functioning head to the handle.

15. a. The latter or remaining part, especially of a period of time.

b. The early or primary part of a period of time: the shank of the evening.

16. Slang A knife or other sharp, pointed implement, especially one that has been fashioned from something else; a shiv.

tr.v.

shanked ,

shank·ing ,

shanks Sports

1. To hit (a golf ball) with the heel of the club, causing the ball to veer in the wrong direction.

2. Slang To stab (a person) with a sharp, pointed implement.

shanked adj.

shank

(ʃæŋk)

n 1. (Anatomy) anatomy the shin

2. (Zoology) the corresponding part of the leg in vertebrates other than man

3. (Cookery) a cut of meat from the top part of an animal’s shank

4. the main part of a tool, between the working part and the handle

5. the part of a bolt between the thread and the head

6. the cylindrical part of a bit by which it is held in the drill

7. (Clothing & Fashion) the ring or stem on the back of some buttons

8. the stem or long narrow part of a key, anchor, hook, spoon handle, nail, pin, etc

9. (Jewellery) the band of a ring as distinguished from the setting

10. a. the part of a shoe connecting the wide part of the sole with the heel

b. the metal or leather piece used for this

11. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) printing the body of a piece of type, between the shoulder and the foot

12. (Metallurgy) engineering a ladle used for molten metal

13. (Instruments)

music another word for

crook6

vb 14. (Plant Pathology) (intr) (of fruits, roots, etc) to show disease symptoms, esp discoloration

15. (Golf) (tr) golf to mishit (the ball) with the foot of the shaft rather than the face of the club

shank

(ʃæŋk)

n. 1.

a. the part of the lower limb in humans between the knee and the ankle.

b. the corresponding part in other vertebrates.

2. the lower limb; the entire leg.

3. a cut of meat from the top part of the front (

foreshank

) or back (

hind shank

) leg of an animal.

4.

a. a straight, narrow, shaftlike part of various objects usu. connecting two more important or complex parts, as the stem of a tobacco pipe.

b. a knob or projection that allows a device to be attached to another object.

5. Informal. the early part of a period of time.

6. the narrow part of the sole of a shoe, lying beneath the instep.

8. Print. the body of a type, between the shoulder and the foot.

9. the part of a ring that surrounds the finger; hoop.

10. Slang. a dagger fashioned from available materials by a prison inmate.

v.t.

11. to mishit (a golf ball) with the club’s shaft or heel, causing the ball to veer to the side.

shank

  • stummel – A pipe’s bowl and shank.
  • shank – Each half of a pair of scissors; also the stem of a wine glass.
  • shank – Once meant “the remainder, the rest,” as in “shank of the evening.”
  • scare – The shank of a golf club can be called the scare.

shank

Past participle: shanked
Gerund: shanking

www.thefreedictionary.com
noun

  • 1often shanksA person’s leg, especially the part from the knee to the ankle.

    ‘the old man’s thin, bony shanks showed through his trousers’

    1. 1.1 The lower part of an animal’s foreleg.

      ‘many fast animals have long shanks or calves’

      • ‘The horse’s plastinated shanks and neck muscles convey an impression of overwhelming power.’
      • ‘Ritually tattooed from his waist to his knees, the Maori artist gently paints the bull’s skinny shanks.’
      • ‘Kristin Collins stood directly in front of the handsome racehorse, facing him, yanking on his lead shank with all her might.’
      • ‘I slipped on the severed shank of a buffalo and fell hard into a ditch.’
    2. 1.2 The shank of an animal’s leg as a cut of meat.

      ‘meals like ham hocks and lamb shanks are cooked with reasonably priced cuts of meat’

      • ‘Braised lamb shank in black pepper is curiously flat, as if the meat’s natural flavor has been neutered.’
      • ‘To follow, there’s dum ka kid gosht: lamb shanks cooked in gravy in a sealed pot; or maybe Bombay Brasserie lamb chops, cooked in the tandoor.’
      • ‘Included on his menu is tangia, an heirloom recipe in which lamb shanks seasoned with cumin, saffron, nutmeg, and ginger are placed in a fat, terra cotta urn and cooked overnight in the coals of the public ovens.’
      • ‘What I remember most clearly aren’t his lamb shanks or inventions involving endive; it’s Saturday breakfast.’
      • ‘Mains include the likes of lamb shanks lightly braised in thyme, sweet chilli and wine jus on roast potatoes and vegetables or panfried terekahi served with a creamy white wine, garlic and lemon sauce on broccoli and green beans.’
      • ‘For the veal shanks, preheat the oven to 350 degrees.’
      • ‘Someone is being stingy with the spices for the lamb shank, and veal Milanese seems like an interloper from another menu.’
      • ‘They initially had the recipe serve six, and they used lamb shanks to boot, but I didn’t have 6 friends who wanted to eat lamb tonight, and the supermarket was fresh outa shank.’
      • ‘In a saucepan, add veal shanks, tongue, leeks, parsnips, celery root, garlic, red wine and veal stock.’
      • ‘I followed up with Caesar salad while hubby opted for a main of lamb shanks.’
      • ‘Remove from the heat and, using a slotted spoon, transfer the shanks to a parchment-lined sheet pan and set aside, keeping warm.’
      • ‘To keep the cost commendably low, the kitchen gravitates toward less expensive cuts of meat, braised shanks and briskets, and one-time trash fish like monkfish and catfish, finessed with Asian seasonings.’
      • ‘And while the liquor eases the bloated, fibre-induced discomfort of our stomachs, we start thinking of running back into the strong, loving embrace of a veal shank.’
      • ‘There are also gargantuan lamb shanks studded with lotus roots, giant tandoori prawns flown in from Sri Lanka, and leaning towers of tender salmon interspersed with okra and spicy tomato sauce.’
      • ‘Preheat oven to 375 F. Cook the shank covered for approximately 3 hours until fork tender.’
      • ‘She did, I will say this, fashion a shiv out of the lamb shank.’
      • ‘‘Try not to behave like a ravenous pig tonight, dear,’ she was saying in her diplomatic yet definitive way, as the lamb shanks and pots of stewed tripe thumped down on our table.’
      • ‘If there is leftover gammon ham, lamb shank, or roast meat around, he suggests you shred it finely and add at the last minute, for the best of all possible borschts.’
      • ‘And though the risotto is a bit oily, the lamb shank in the middle is served as such a tenderly appealing stew, the grains were bound to get short shrift.’
      • ‘The book batters vulgarity like a butcher with a shank.’
  • 2A long, narrow part of a tool connecting the handle to the operational end.

    ‘gouges vary in the amount of curve or sweep on the cutting edge and the form of the shank’

    • ‘Use an implement with narrow chisel or shovel point shanks spaced four to five feet apart and drive perpendicular to the direction of the prevalent winds.’
    • ‘Smaller diameter shanks were offered on the no.50 and no.55 screwdrivers.’
    • ‘Downward pressure is applied to the shank of the hook.’
    • ‘Then run the round part of your hammer handle or screwdriver shank tightly up the joint to seal any gap that may be left.’
    • ‘They wrap a bit of newspaper round the shank of the nail.’
    • ‘The tangs don’t extend all the way through to the end of the handle, the chef’s knives have no defined shank for grasping the blade easily, and a few of the knives have ends that have snapped off from abuse.’
    • ‘In this type of construction, the shank of the screwdriver was forged and knurled on the handle receiving end and then tempered to the desirable hardness.’
    • ‘As a result the chucking force in decreases, with the result that the shank… of the tool… cannot be held with a uniform chucking force over the entire length thereof.’
    • ‘Edmund Schade patented, on 6 May 1924, a different arrangement for securing the handle to the shank.’
    • ‘Combination tools are tillage and incorporation tools that combine disk gangs, field cultivator shanks, and leveling devices.’
    • ‘They are characterized by a rectangular-shaped crossbar that is wider and thicker than the shank or vertical element.’
    • ‘Odum cancelled his scheduled demonstration after the steel shank of the propeller bent during an engine test.’
    • ‘Mr. Shade’s patent provided for the solid shank in the handle to be made with a series of lateral projections or wings graded in size toward the head.’
    • ‘Use an implement with shanks spaced 48-60 inches apart.’
    • ‘The steel shank did me a good deed to hammer off the padlocks.’
    • ‘The shank and bolster were next inserted with an insulating washer into the handle and ferrule and driven tight, thereby preventing axial movement between shank, bolster and handle.’
    • ‘The other patent, by J P. Curtiss, was for an improvement in screwdrivers by securing the shank in a solid handle.’
    • ‘And the shank of the nail (the part that’s driven into the wood) determines its holding power.’
    • ‘Containing a groove to guide the knob shell and a hole for both the shank to sit into and to allow the spindle to pass into the lock, the rose ensures stable, guided turning of the doorknob.’
    • ‘The needle’s upper portion is called the shank.’
    1. 2.1 The cylindrical part of a bit by which it is held in a drill.
      • ‘Then drill these holes on the band and joists, again using a drill bit one size smaller than the shank of the lag screw.’
      • ‘A pilot hole is a hole drilled with a bit that is slightly thinner than the shank of the nail.’
      • ‘It was necessary to drill holes to pass the bolt shank very precisely in order to be able to easily pass through all the sections.’
      • ‘When working with screws of larger diameter, a pilot hole of the same diameter as the shank of the screw should be drilled into the wood to a depth of 1/3 the length of the screw.’
      • ‘To avoid this, use a cordless drill to drill a pilot hole, one slightly smaller than the shank of the nail.’
    2. 2.2 The long stem of a key, spoon, anchor, etc.

      ‘all Roman lever keys have a tubular shank’

      • ‘Here he finds the familiar silhouette of the swallow in flight in a simple bit of sailor’s hardware; the swallow’s name in Greek is inscribed on the anchor’s shank.’
    3. 2.3 The straight part of a fish hook.
      • ‘Tied with hard nylon monofilament bodies and weighted with two brass pins parallel to the hook shank, Grant’s flies were durable and realistic copies of a big trout’s favorite meal.’
      • ‘The involved skin area should be well stabilized against a flat surface as the shank of the fishhook is depressed against the skin.’
  • 3A part or appendage by which something is attached to something else, especially a wire loop attached to the back of a button.

    • ‘I could make thread shanks with buttonhole stitch as well as complete a neat French seam.’
    • ‘On the 4 ‘wire end, lay a nail against the bead, and closely wrap the wire around the nail twice to create the shank.’’
    1. 3.1 The band of a ring rather than the setting or gemstone.
      • ‘Ring shank nails have a greater holding power than regular nails and are used specifically for this purpose.’
      • ‘After the shank was driven into the bolster, the bolster was placed into a die that squeezed the rings into the grooves and wings of the shank.’
  • 4The narrow middle of the sole of a shoe.

    ‘a rigid leather boot with a full shank’

    • ‘Now Martin fashions a 5 1/4 shoe with a hard shank, very large platform, and medium vamp for Schandorff.’
    • ‘And the shank of the shoe is flat too, so when I stand in first position, I can actually feel all five toes on the ground.’
    • ‘But the once-squishy sole is fortified with a steel shank.’
    • ‘Hip enough for après-ski parties, these boots sport handcrafted stitching, lightly distressed waxed leather for durability, and a steel shank and multidensity footbed for support.’
    • ‘I was told by the company that it was the steel shank in the sole and there was nothing that could be done.’
  • 5US informal A makeshift knife fashioned from a sharp item such as broken glass or a razor.

    ‘he used a shank to threaten a guard and steal his uniform’

  • 6Golf
    An act of striking the ball with the heel of the club.

    ‘he hit a shank with his tee shot and took double bogey’

    1. 6.1Tennis A mishit shot, typically one that is struck with the frame of the racket.

      ‘one of the worst shots the great man has ever played—a forehand shank from on top of the net’

verb

  • 1Golf
    Strike (the ball) with the heel of the club.

    ‘I shanked a shot and hit a person on a shoulder’

    • ‘I was playing golf at a local Houston course, and another player shanked his tee shot right into the side of my face.’
    • ‘They are in their element talking about the technology, but after business execs hear the words ‘robust and scalable’ for the third time, their eyes glaze over and they’re thinking about how they shanked the ball on the 14th hole.’
    • ‘The only blot on his card was that bogey five at the 17th hole where after a big drive close to a bunker he shanked his approach into another bunker and failed to get up and down.’
    • ‘But I am so tense that I’m topping the ball, shanking it (which I have never done), anything but hitting a straight one.’
    • ‘The way they’re shanking wedges, they’ll kill me.’
    1. 1.1Tennis Mishit (a shot), typically by striking it with the frame of the racket.

      ‘he missed an easy smash then shanked a backhand volley’

  • 2US informal Slash or stab (someone), especially with a makeshift knife.

    ‘I got shanked with a broken bottle’

    ‘my friend pulled a knife and shanked him’

Origin

Old English sceanca, of West Germanic origin; related to Dutch schenk ‘leg bone’ and German Schenkel ‘thigh’. The use of the verb as a golfing term dates from the 1920s.

Pronunciation

en.oxforddictionaries.com

shank

 (shăngk)n.

1. a. The part of the human leg between the knee and ankle.

b. A corresponding part in other vertebrates.

2. a. The whole leg of a human.

b. A leg or leglike part.

3. A cut of meat from the leg of a steer, calf, sheep, or lamb.

4. The long narrow part of a nail or pin.

5. A stem, stalk, or similar part.

6. Nautical The stem of an anchor.

7. The long shaft of a fishhook.

8. The part of a tobacco pipe between the bowl and stem.

9. The shaft of a key.

10. The narrow section of the handle of a spoon.

11. Printing The section of a body of type between the shoulder and the foot.

12. a. The narrow part of the sole of a shoe under the instep.

b. A piece of material, such as metal, that is used to reinforce or shape this part of a shoe.

13. A projection, such as a ring, on the back of a button by which it is sewn to cloth.

14. b. The part of a tool, such as a drill, that connects the functioning head to the handle.

15. a. The latter or remaining part, especially of a period of time.

b. The early or primary part of a period of time: the shank of the evening.

16. Slang A knife or other sharp, pointed implement, especially one that has been fashioned from something else; a shiv.

tr.v.

shanked ,

shank·ing ,

shanks Sports

1. To hit (a golf ball) with the heel of the club, causing the ball to veer in the wrong direction.

2. Slang To stab (a person) with a sharp, pointed implement.

shanked adj.

shank

(ʃæŋk)

n 1. (Anatomy) anatomy the shin

2. (Zoology) the corresponding part of the leg in vertebrates other than man

3. (Cookery) a cut of meat from the top part of an animal’s shank

4. the main part of a tool, between the working part and the handle

5. the part of a bolt between the thread and the head

6. the cylindrical part of a bit by which it is held in the drill

7. (Clothing & Fashion) the ring or stem on the back of some buttons

8. the stem or long narrow part of a key, anchor, hook, spoon handle, nail, pin, etc

9. (Jewellery) the band of a ring as distinguished from the setting

10. a. the part of a shoe connecting the wide part of the sole with the heel

b. the metal or leather piece used for this

11. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) printing the body of a piece of type, between the shoulder and the foot

12. (Metallurgy) engineering a ladle used for molten metal

13. (Instruments)

music another word for

crook6

vb 14. (Plant Pathology) (intr) (of fruits, roots, etc) to show disease symptoms, esp discoloration

15. (Golf) (tr) golf to mishit (the ball) with the foot of the shaft rather than the face of the club

shank

(ʃæŋk)

n. 1.

a. the part of the lower limb in humans between the knee and the ankle.

b. the corresponding part in other vertebrates.

2. the lower limb; the entire leg.

3. a cut of meat from the top part of the front (

foreshank

) or back (

hind shank

) leg of an animal.

4.

a. a straight, narrow, shaftlike part of various objects usu. connecting two more important or complex parts, as the stem of a tobacco pipe.

b. a knob or projection that allows a device to be attached to another object.

5. Informal. the early part of a period of time.

6. the narrow part of the sole of a shoe, lying beneath the instep.

8. Print. the body of a type, between the shoulder and the foot.

9. the part of a ring that surrounds the finger; hoop.

10. Slang. a dagger fashioned from available materials by a prison inmate.

v.t.

11. to mishit (a golf ball) with the club’s shaft or heel, causing the ball to veer to the side.

shank

  • stummel – A pipe’s bowl and shank.
  • shank – Each half of a pair of scissors; also the stem of a wine glass.
  • shank – Once meant “the remainder, the rest,” as in “shank of the evening.”
  • scare – The shank of a golf club can be called the scare.

shank

Past participle: shanked
Gerund: shanking

www.thefreedictionary.com

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *