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Old 11-25-2011, 03:51 PM   #1
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Well i Deep fried my first Turkey. And happy to report i did'nt blow it up! . Definatly would do it again, very tasty.. Had no idea what i been missing out on all these years!

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Well i Deep fried my first Turkey. And happy to report i did'nt blow it up! . Definatly would do it again, very tasty.. Had no idea what i been missing out on all these years!
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Old 11-25-2011, 04:03 PM   #3
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It's hard to beat a deep fired turkey. We've been enjoying them for years. I thought it was a redneck thing.
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I've never had turkey deep fried or otherwise. Its not a meat which is part of our culture.
But Scotch eggs. now theres a story. Hard boilded eggs wrapped in sausage meat and deep fried. My Mum was a champion and Thats the stuff i would kill for. Metaphorically speaking of course.
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Well i Deep fried my first Turkey. And happy to report i did'nt blow it up! . Definatly would do it again, very tasty.. Had no idea what i been missing out on all these years!


Jim what size fryer do u need for that ?
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Stan, most sporting goods stores and alot of major dept. stores will stock deep fryer kits for tukey frying that will include the fryer and the injector and flavoring, and the kit will list the size turkey that it will handle.
My B-I-L watching over this years bird.
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Well i Deep fried my first Turkey. And happy to report i did'nt blow it up! . Definatly would do it again, very tasty.. Had no idea what i been missing out on all these years!
The one i got fries up to 18lb Turkey!! I only had an 8 1/2 lb turkey breast bc its just me and the wife!!



Jim what size fryer do u need for that ?
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Old 11-26-2011, 12:58 PM   #9
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I've never had turkey deep fried or otherwise. Its not a meat which is part of our culture.
But Scotch eggs. now theres a story. Hard boilded eggs wrapped in sausage meat and deep fried. My Mum was a champion and Thats the stuff i would kill for. Metaphorically speaking of course.
How do you get the meat to stay on the egg?
It's hard to beat a turkey deep fried in peanut oil. I don't even remember what size my fryer is but it takes several gallons of oil to fill the thing.
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The one i got fries up to 18lb Turkey!! I only had an 8 1/2 lb turkey breast bc its just me and the wife!!
guess our 27 pounder would not fit?

I ate some deep fried turkey once a few years back and yep it was good, but standing over a boiling pot for 3hrs does not sound like fun to me.

i say that because i spoke with a buddy today that said he did his 13lb in 45mins... so it would take multiple 13 lb turkeys to satisfy our craving......
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