"Just wanted to give you guys a recipe for smoked turkey that I've had excellent results with. It's a favorite around here. Just thought I'd share it with you guys. I made this on the 4th and it was the first to go. Didn't last long at all! And I got nothing but compliments on it."
Here's a way to prepare a great smoked turkey if you don't have a smoker. Use your grill to slow roast this tasty bird and it will be tender and delicious.
If you want to experiment with deep fried turkey this is a great recipe to start out with. You won't need all the oil or commitment for a 3 pound turkey breast, but you'll still have a great fried turkey.
Next time you decide to roast a turkey, try it rotisserie style on the grill. This is a simple, easy to follow, delicious recipe for beginners.
This smoked turkey breast is tender and sweet. The long smoking time allows it to be more flavorful and tender.
Double the size of the can for this big bird and you can smoke a turkey on a beer can. This is a great way to keep the turkey moist by putting steam inside the turkey while it cooks. If you've tried beer can chicken then you know this is going to be one great turkey.
This is an easy way to smoke a turkey. The marinade mixture is used as an injection solution and as a baste. If you bring the smoker temperature up towards the very end, you will get a nice crispy skin on your turkey. Similarly you can transfer the turkey to the oven at around 300 degrees F for about 10 minutes.
This is a flavorful Southwestern-style grilled turkey recipe. By butterflying this turkey you will get more even cooking and get the turkey to cook faster.