Roasting a chicken requires removing the giblets, rinsing the inside and outside of the chicken, and removing excess fat and pin feathers. After preparing the chicken, tie the legs together with kitchen string before coo... More »

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To roast a whole chicken, season the chicken with butter, herbs, spices, salt and pepper, and roast it in an oven preheated to 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 20 minutes per pound of chicken plus an additional 15 minutes, or ... More »

A whole, unstuffed chicken should be roasted for 25 minutes per pound at 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Chicken should be roasted until it reaches a minimum internal temperature of 170 degrees Fahrenheit. More »

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AllRecipes.com offers an easy chicken soup recipe that uses vegetables and the leftovers from a whole roasted chicken, including the bones, giblets and any leftover meat. Food.com offers a chicken tortilla soup recipe ma... More »

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To marinate a turkey, completely thaw the turkey, and remove the giblets and neck. Place the turkey into a large plastic cooking bag, and add the preferred seasonings. Refrigerate the turkey in the bag for several hours ... More »

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To smoke a turkey in a water smoker, thaw it and remove the giblets, place it on the top smoking rack, add soaked wood chips, and cook the turkey for up to 12 hours. When the breast and thighs reach the proper internal t... More »

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To roast a turkey perfectly, remove the giblets, put the turkey in a pan breast-side up, season it with salt and black pepper, pour some liquid in the roasting pan and put it in the oven. Baste the turkey as it roasts. More »

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