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In the master builder electric turkey fryer, is it 3 1/2 minutes per polund and do you fill the oil to the mid-level rim

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The formula for calculating turkey cooking time is 3 minutes per pound, then add 5 minutes to total cooking time, rounding to nearest minute: 13.86 lbs. x 3 mins           41.58 mins Plus 5 minutes                + 5.00 mins                                       =46.58 mins Total cooking time             47.00 mins.

Insert cooking thermometer into the deepest part of turkey and make sure an internal temp of 180 F is reached.

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