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  1. #1
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    anybody frying turkeys?

    I have done several(40-50) but always looking for others experience as far as seasoning and oil

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    Never done it but my brother-in-law does them every year for Thanksgiving. Best tasting turkey hands down.
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    that's about the best way to cook a neck or shoulder roast, for sure . great recipe !
    remember, with electronics; when its brown,its cooking and when its black, its done!!!

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    wrong thread!
    remember, with electronics; when its brown,its cooking and when its black, its done!!!

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    peanut oil for sure . Always use King Kooker cajun seasoning and use the what I call the 35/35 method.
    3.5 mins per pound at 350 degrees. got to the point I rather eat a deer and/or pork ham.
    remember, with electronics; when its brown,its cooking and when its black, its done!!!

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    You brine your turkey first? I'd like to try to brine a chicken some time and smoke it.

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    no brine for the fryer. I inject tony c's and put tony c's more spice on the outside and fry it for 3.5 min/lb. I do the butter garlic or non spicy on the first birds, and save the spicy for last

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    I did an 18lb bird in the Big Easy Oil-less fryer today, took just under 3 hrs, I thought it came out really good.



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    24 lb turkey today. Cooked in 1hour, 17 minutes. It turned out absolutely amazing. Not a dry piece on the bird! Zero leftovers. I only used salt and pepper for seasoning.

    The only problem was this turkey was the max that my fryer can possibly handle. It took a good 15 minutes to lower the bird into the oil. If you go too fast, it will boil over and make fire where you don’t want it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GenesisRefrig View Post
    24 lb turkey today. Cooked in 1hour, 17 minutes. It turned out absolutely amazing. Not a dry piece on the bird! Zero leftovers. I only used salt and pepper for seasoning.

    The only problem was this turkey was the max that my fryer can possibly handle. It took a good 15 minutes to lower the bird into the oil. If you go too fast, it will boil over and make fire where you don’t want it.
    that's a big bird to fry! both mine this year were 13 lbers same results, only left over is the bones.

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