To roast a turkey overnight, cook it at a high temperature for 45 minutes, and then reduce the temperature to 175 degrees Fahrenheit. Cook the turkey for up to 20 hours. The internal temperature of the turkey should regi... More »

One way to roast turkey wings is to brush the wings with a flavorful marinade and arrange them on a greased roasting pan. Bake the wings for about one hour at 350 degrees Fahrenheit. The wings should have an internal tem... More »

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For an overnight turkey marinade, Allrecipies.com suggests to mix and stir salt, brown sugar, orange juice, a cinnamon stick and water into a brining bag. Immerse the turkey into the brine, and place into the refrigerato... More »

For turkey to be safe to eat, it needs to be cooked up to an internal temperature of 165 degrees Fahrenheit. This cooking temperature applies to both whole, cut or ground turkey meat. At 165 degrees Fahrenheit, most of t... More »

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To slow roast a turkey, roast the seasoned turkey at 450 degrees Fahrenheit for up to one hour, then continue to roast at 175 degrees until the internal temperature reaches 170 degrees. The initial high temperature seals... More »

The turkey should cook at an internal temperature of at least 165 degrees Fahrenheit, and the oven temperature should be at least 325 degrees Fahrenheit. To check the internal temperature, place the thermometer in the in... More »

Smoke a turkey using a water smoker by cooking it to an internal temperature of 175-180 degrees Fahrenheit in the thigh and at least 165 degrees Fahrenheit in the breast. In an electric smoker, set the smoker to 225 degr... More »