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It takes 3 to 4 minutes per pound to deep fry a turkey in 400-degree oil. Turkeys should reach an internal temperature of 175 to 180 F for dark meat and 165 to 170 F for white meat. More »

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Not only is it possible to deep fry a turkey breast, it is an easy way to see if the taste is something a family likes without having to fry a whole turkey. Frying turkey breast requires about 3 to 3.5 pounds of meat and... More »

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According to the Food Network website, a turkey should be deep-fried for 3 minutes per pound. An additional 5 minutes per bird is needed before the turkey is removed from the oil. More »

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According to Butterball, it takes three to four minutes per pound to deep fry a turkey breast. Use a thermometer to check the internal temperature before eating. White meat, such as the breast, requires an internal tempe... More »

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