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The first step is to remove the chicken breast and cut it into bite size pieces.

To do this, put the chicken pieces into a blender or food processor and process them until they resemble chicken breasts.

(This method will allow you to cook the meat faster.)

After the chicken is cut into bite-size pieces, put it into a large skillet or deep skillet and heat the oil.

After about five minutes, the meat will start to turn a golden brown color.

To keep the pan from burning, use a spatula to flip the pieces of meat to cook them on the other side of the skillet.

At this point, it’s time to sear the turkey meat in the slow cooker.

To sear the meat in a slow cooker, first, remove the meat from the chicken breasts by putting them in a colander.

Then, pour the oil in the pan and cover with the chicken.

Let the oil cook for at least six hours.

When the chicken has reached 165 degrees Fahrenheit (70 degrees Celsius), turn off the heat and let the pan sit for five minutes.

When it’s done, remove from the pan.

While the turkey is in the oven, remove it from the oven.

Place it on a rack and set aside.

Now, add the flour, salt, pepper, and turmeric to a medium bowl.

Whisk until the flour is smooth.

Add the chicken and brown it in the skillet on all sides.

Serve the turkey over rice or pasta.

The best part about this recipe is that it takes less than 30 minutes to prepare.

You can make the meat more flavorful by adding more spices, such as cumin, chili powder, and cayenne pepper.

If you’re feeling bold, try adding some red pepper flakes and a little bit of chili powder.