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I deep fried my turkey for 1hr but the legs were still not done and the skin was not crispy. The rest of the turkey was cooked and the bones were brittle enough to snap the legs off easily. What went wrong?

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Make sure that u have the right amount of oil of ure choice and 5 min per lb probe with fork if it spins freely turkey is done ( FYI after you checked ure turkey take out of oil and dust turkey with some seasoned flour drop back in oil for 2 min for great outside crust as said in louisiana "that what u call a deep fryed JO---JO

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Some people like to place the prime into a hot (425 F) oven or grill/smoker for 10 -15 minutes, then turn down to roasting temp. This is done to sear the outside, which will give it a crispy/seared outside. This doesn't "lock in" flavor, juices or anything else, it is more of a visual and texture thing. If you do this, the cooking time will be reduced, because the oven/grill will have to come down in temp over a period of time while the meat is cooking. I don't recommend doing this with prime rib. It ends up being overcooked and tough, due to the fast then slow roasting of the meat.

What you want to keep in mind is: roast the meat low and slow. Check the internal temp, with a meat thermometer, early to avoid overcooking. Don't forget the internal temp of the meat will rise after taking it out of the oven. Let it rest for 10 - 15 minutes before slicing the meat.

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I have a 30 qt pot, cooking a 18 lb turkey. placed turkey in pot and added water. amount required is above maximum limit level. Can I exceed?


If you are frying it, no you can't. As moisture comes out of the turkey, it will cause the fat to boil over.

You say you 'added water'. You are making boiled turkey for Thanksgiving? You could, but not the same.

I have two suggestions.
Cook traditionally in the oven. I am a chef and have cooked my turkeys breas t side down for a bout 20 years. The result is a much moister breas t on the turkey.

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Split the turkey and deep fry in two batches.

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Hi Kathy.

Happy Holidays. The answer to your question is 'it depends'. On size of turkey, how you cook it (deep frying is faster than roasting, for instance, while smoking is really slow), and how you're judging it to be done. The most effective, and safest way to assist the cooking is to have a meat thermometer that can be inserted into the deep part of the ,er, white meat (the word police tagged me here) to monitor when it gets to a target temperature, usually in the 160-170F range. If possible, it's a very worthwhile investment to get a remote probe thermometer, with a cable that snakes out around the oven door and displays the meat temperature. Opening the door all the time to check temperature lets the heat out and runs the cooking all day.

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To fry a 10 pound turkey, you heat the oil to 350 degrees Fahrenheit and fry the turkey for 2 1/2 minutes per pound or about 25 minutes.

There are some Safety Precautions, PLEASE READ AND HEED!

NEVER fry a turkey indoors or next to a structure (like your house, garage, etc)

DO NOT over heat the oil...adjust the valves as necessary to keep the oil at 350 degrees

You can inject seasonings into the turkey but before you put it in the oil, make sure the skin is DRY!!! Water on the turkey WILL MAKE the oil splatter and you could very well end up deep-frying your body parts as well as the turkey

When you pour your oil into the pot make sure you DO NOT go over the fill line on the pot...otherwise the oil will splash out when you put the turkey in and, once again, you will end up with deep-fried body parts

When the oil is at 350 and you are ready toput the turkey in, make sure you put it in SLOWLY or you will FRY YOURSELF AND HAVE A HUGE FIRE ON YOUR HANDS

Once the turkey is done cooking, take it out of the pot, put into a pan and wrap it with aluminum foil...this will help keep the bird moist as it cools...YOU MUST LET THE TURKEY REST FOR 30 MINUTES BEFORE CARVING IT

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