bbq gas grill Cooking Turkey With Natural Gas Grills

by:Longzhao BBQ     2019-07-21
The holidays bring them the idea of carving and serve a delicious turkey dinner for your loved ones and friends.Tradition has its fans, but maybe you want to try your turkey recipe this year.When you have a gas grill and enjoy the smoked flavor of the barbecue, why not try the roast turkey this year?It is not only possible, but it is quite easy.
It will send a delicious bird to your table.Also, the turkey on the grill instead of the oven will give you all the rooms and you should have the rest of your dinner ready in less time.Whenever you are ready to buy a turkey, the first thing to consider is the size of the grill.
You don't want a huge bird that can't be placed on a grill.Ideally, the Turkey of your choice needs to sit on the grill with the lid without having to touch the bird.Don't worry if this is not possible, you can still roast turkey.
You need some heavy aluminum foil and a V-shaped grill, or other metal cooking tools that you can safely use to support the lid of the grill.Prepare and fill the turkey as usual.Place it on the grill so it can be placed on the 1 burner you can close.Turn off the burner as well as other burners or burners.
Since you can't really "flip" the turkey, you want the turkey to cook by indirect heating instead of by direct flame below.You can get the smell of smoke by using wood chips.If you have not used wood chips before, they can be used directly.
You soak them in the water to make sure that when they dry from the heat of the grill, they release a seasoned smoke injected into the turkey.One pallet can be purchased, which was developed to put wood chips on the grill, or you can make one of your own with heavy aluminum foil.Take the pieces out of the water and put them in your tray.
Place the tray on the grill and on the ignited burner.Next, close the lid completely if feasible.If it is not possible to achieve, simply lift the lid up to prevent the lid from touching Turkey.
Then cover the rest of the opening with aluminum foil.If the weather is hot, you may have to cook the turkey longer.Even so, the foil creates enough barriers, so the smoke will circulate inside the grill and season the turkey.
The time it takes to cook a turkey will vary depending on whether you are able to completely close the grill.If you can, it will take less time.If you can't, you may want to increase the heat of other burners or burners, trying to make up for the lost heat by opening the grill.After a few hours, rotate the turkey 180 degrees to make sure the cooking is even.
Just like any technique for cooking poultry, it is critical to ensure that the internal temperature of the meat reaches 160 degrees F.Ideally, you should use a meat thermometer to monitor the temperature while cooking.If you don't have 1 then you need to poke the thigh with a fork or skewer to check the preparation.
If the juice used up with the turkey has become a beautiful golden color --Brown, then you may be ready to remove it from the grill.Take into account the light of the turkey, add the sauce to other meats, or add the barbecue sauce to the traditional cranberry sauce as a condiment.Don't be afraid to experiment --Get happiness from the new twist and you will wear the old loved ones tradition.
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