Although the Cajun-style turkeys are pre-cooked, they require a few steps to prepare. They must be thawed for 72 hours in the fridge before they’re heated at 375 F for about two hours, plus they need a further 20 minutes to rest. The drippings can be used to make Cajun-style gravy with the addition of a little flour and water.
Most turkeys will arrive in one to three business days from order placement. If you’re picking it up, it’s a good idea to call your store before driving out, as it won’t be available at every location, and only while supplies last. The Cajun-style turkey can be expected to serve eight to 12 people.
But the real question is, how do they taste? Are they any good? Needless to say, Popeyes fans weighed in on Reddit to share their opinions, with one user saying, “[I] had it last year and I loved it.” Another review read “We had one last year and it was pretty amazing for just reheating a few hours … I highly recommend giving it a shot.” Because the reviews are so positive, we should assume fans will the happy that the Cajun-style Thanksgiving turkey is once again back at Popeyes.