Turkey - DONE

jkb

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Feb 22, 2005
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:shaka::shaka: Juicy ftw!

Anyone ever fry ‘em up or is that a southern thing? I had a friend from bumfuck, La. that turned me onto that method. It takes a little gear but the results are worth it.

If I remember right, 3 minutes per pound, smaller birds better, juice up the breasts with a cattle hypo and marinade of your choice. We used peanut oil for cooking.

I was surprised how moist it turned out.
I concur.

Deep fried turkey is amazing, if done right.

*Disclaimer - I do have family from Louisiana, but we aren't all sister fvckers. Just most of us.
 

Aruka

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Brined and smoked.

Deep fried not bad either. Just don't burn your house down.
 
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john4surf

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My son gets peat from Ireland or Scotland on Amazon. Smokes the turkey, salmon, etc., etc. Really good for a change.
 
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