wood charcoal briquettes Smoked Turkey Cooking Times

by:Longzhao BBQ     2019-08-03
wood charcoal briquettes Smoked Turkey Cooking Times
Many people think that Turkey is a good way to enjoy a big turkey meal.The key to smoking Turkey among smokers is to keep the temperature of smokers between 225 and 300 degrees Fahrenheit throughout the cooking time.According to the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service, smoked turkey should never be stuffed because the filling may not be cooked to a high enough temperature to stop the bacteria from growing.
Fill the smoker's liquid pot with water.
Unless your cooker is electric or gas, fill your smoker's second pot with charcoal or wood blocks.Smokers need hot smoke and moisture to cook and smoke Turkey correctly.Ignite charcoal or wood chips, or open the heat source and place the lid on the smoker.
When the internal temperature reaches 225 degrees Fahrenheit, you can smoke.Continue to add coal to smokers every hour to maintain the required temperature.Smoked Turkey only needs very little seasoning before cooking.
With the major flavor added to the smoke, a small amount of poultry seasoning or salt and pepper will be everything you need.Plan to smoke in Turkey for 20 to 30 minutes per pound.If your turkey weighs 20 pounds, it takes 5 to 6 hours to cook completely.
After the shortest cooking time, check the turkey with a meat thermometer.Turkey should reach an internal temperature of 165 degrees F at the thickest place in the thigh and breast to be considered safe.Keep smokers closed before checking Turkey.
Never use cork, such as pine trees, in any meat.The Cork produces pine and black resins that cover the food.If your smoker does not have a thermostat reading, use an oven thermometer to make sure you have a safe cooking temperature.
You can use wine or juice such as apples or pears to add extra flavor to the smoked turkey.Because the wind causes the temperature to drop in the smoker's body, do not let the smoker enter the wind zone
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