To smoke a turkey in a water smoker, prepare the smoker as directed in the owner's manual, light the briquettes, place the turkey breast side up on the top rack and smoke for 3 1/2 hours. After the first 1 1/2 hours, place soaked hardwood chips inside the smoker to produce smoke. If the turkey isn't
To smoke a turkey in an electric smoker, set the smoker to 225 F, and remove the neck and gizzards. Pat the turkey dry with paper towels, and brush the skin with vegetable oil. Insert a meat thermometer into the meatiest part of the thigh, and set the turkey on the cooking rack. Cook the turkey for
A recipe for smoked turkey is Alton Brown's honey brined smoked turkey. Place a whole turkey breast-side- up into a brine of 1 pound each of kosher salt and honey, 1 gallon of hot water and 2 quarts of vegetable broth. Brine the bird for 12 hours before smoking it.
One recipe for smoked turkey is Honey Brined Smoked Turkey from Alton Brown. This recipe takes less than five hours, and it serves 10 to 12 people. Reviewers rate this recipe with 5 stars out of 5 stars.
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 degrees Fahrenheit. With both smokers, it takes up to 12 hours to smoke a turkey.
Simple recipes for turkey breast include the recipe for pan-seared turkey cutlets with wine sauce by Martha Stewart and the recipe for butter-roasted turkey breasts from Epicurious. Both recipes call for fewer than 10 ingredients.
When grilling smoked turkey breast, heat the grill to 230 degrees Fahrenheit. When the turkey is ready to serve, its internal temperature should be at least 165 F.
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 temperature, take the turkey out of the smoker, rest it for 15 minutes, and carve
A jerk turkey rub from About.com and a Texas turkey rub recipe from MyRecipes are both easy to follow. Combine salt, sugar and spices to make a rub, and thoroughly massage the turkey with the mixture before smoking it.
Collard Greens with Smoked Turkey Wings and Smoked Turkey Wings with Dr. Pepper Barbecue Sauce are recipes for smoked turkey wings. The first recipe is Tanya Holland's, and the second is from Tony's Market.