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Help! Trying to speedbake my turkey!! Lost instructions!

I'm trying to speed bake a 14-lb turkey and lost my manual.

I have a FEF367CGTA Frigidare Speedbake oven..

I think I've got it set up ok... loosely covered, but HOW LONG do I cook it?

Thanks,
Elva Holliday
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  • Elva Nov 24, 2007

    Since I was short on time, so I did speed bake it. Speedbake saved about 30% of the time so I calculated that stuffed, it took about 3 hours to cook a 14 lb turkey. It was very moist and in my experience, speedbaking doesn't usually dry out the bird! I had rave reviews, so ... the proof is in the pudding.. or stuffing in this case...



    Thanks,

    Elva

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You are better off cooking normally unless you want a dried out turkey. besides cook times vary with every range get to know your stove

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