If you’re making your own smoked turkey, clean and rinse the turkey season with your choice of seasoning and smoke with a smoker or use an oven. Then set aside until you’re ready to use.
Clean the pepper, rinse, with one onion, cut into chunks, and roast in the preheated oven at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes. Allow the pepper to cool then blend until smooth and if you must blend immediately be careful because it is hot. I have a post on how to roast peppers I'll link it to post. Sometimes, I roast, blend, and store my pepper in advance when I'm free to save some time when I want to cook.
In a large pan/pot, heat oil and sauté the remaining onion (diced) for a few seconds then add the curry, white pepper, thyme, ginger, garlic, combine and sauté for another 30 seconds to one minute.
Add the blended pepper mixture, stir, and cover with a lid and cook until the pepper is reduced, and oil floats and you have the consistency you desire.
Add the smoked turkey, season with seasoning powder/cube, salt (go easy on the salt you can always add more later) combine and continue to cook until the oil float or until you get the consistency you want. If the mixture is too thick add broth or water to loosen it up. Simmer for about 20 minutes. Check the seasoning and readjust if necessary.
Serve and enjoy with your favorite side.