The recommended safe cooking temperature for turkey is 165 degrees Fahrenheit. Turkey that is not cooked to 165 degrees Fahrenheit is susceptible to food-borne bacteria. More »

To roast a turkey, preheat the oven, pat the turkey dry, and place it in a roasting pan. Roast the turkey according to its weight and whether it is stuffed or unstuffed. Use a meat thermometer to ensure proper heating. More »

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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 cook a turkey breast on a gas grill, choose a cut that fits into the grill with at least an inch of space left between the breast and the lid, brush the unheated grill rack and the turkey with non-stick vegetable cook... 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 »

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 »