Timber 2 Table - Wild Turkey, Sausage and Potato Dutch Oven Recipe

An easy one-pot meal to feed an entire camp full of hungry hunters.

Wild Turkey, Sausage and Potato Dutch Oven Recipe

20 Min

Prep Time

45 Min

Cook Time





This is one of our favorite one-pot camp recipes. Wild turkey breast slowly simmers in the Dutch oven with spicy andouille sausage and fingerling potatoes while you kick back and relax. I like to do some of the prep work at home by cutting up the turkey and sausage and vacuum sealing them to toss in the cooler before heading out.

Return the sausage and turkey to the pot with the potatoes to finish cooking.

Cook it over a camp fire or use charcoal briquettes, either work well. Adding a few coals or briquettes to the top of your Dutch oven cooks from both directions and speeds the cooking process. The drippings from the spicy sausage season the potatoes and turkey perfectly. This method works with a wide variety of ingredients as well. Don't be afraid to mix and match it to your family or hunting buddy's liking. We often add peppers, onions and mushrooms to the pot.

Meat and potatoes in one pot, the perfect deer or turkey camp meal.


1 side of a wild turkey breast, cut into bite sized chunks

2 pounds andouille sausage links, cut into chunks

3 pounds of potatoes, halved or quartered

Salt and pepper

Traeger Rub

Oil or butter

Cooking Instructions

Start by heating a bit of oil or butter in the bottom of the Dutch oven. Add the sausage and turkey pieces. Stir well. Season well with salt, pepper and Traeger rub. Place the lid on the Dutch oven and cook for 15 minutes, stirring a time or two during the process.

Start by browning the turkey and sausage together.