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How long to cook 22 lb turkey at 325 degrees in a rival 22 qt roasting pan

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How long do I cook a 17lb. stuffed turkey and on what temperature?

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4 hours with stuffing 4.5

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my advise get a new one
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If you are going to keep the skillet, try using steel wool to remove the loose teflon, maybe even sanding it all off if you want, then polish with fine steel wool and use the skillet as a regular uncoated electric fry pan.

Hope this helps, and if you found this response satisfactory, please vote. Thanks and good luck.

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