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    Deep Frying your Turkey

    Using the deep fryer reviews is a great way to get your turkey crispy and flavorful. To get your turkey to be the best, just follow these easy steps.

    Thaw your turkey or just use a newly bought turkey. Take the turkey and remove its neck and giblets, if it is  Add a sufficient amount of oil in your fryer. Don’t go below or above the maximum line. Preheat the oil in the fryer until it is at 400F. While you are preheating your turkey, get dry towel to pat the turkey. Also, go and prepare your turkey with the seasoning, marinades, or flavorants you would like to add.

     Once the oil is heated, lower your turkey into the fryer, slowly. Make sure the entire turkey is immersed in the oil. If not, then the top part of the turkey will remain white even after it is cooked.

     Set a timer to a specific time when the turkey will be done. The ratio used for this 3 to 4 minutes per pound of the turkey.

     Make sure to cook the dark meat at a temperature ranging from 175° F to 180° F and cook all the white meat at a temperature ranging from 165° F to 170° F.

    When the turkey is done, lift it from the pot, slowly and place it in another pot or pan or paper towel to let oil drain from the turkey. After that, let the turkey stand for 20 minutes or so before removing ir from the rack or the basket.

     Before deep frying, make sure the turkey has completely thawed. Don’t stuff your turkey. You have to cook your stuffing separately. If your turkey is heavier than 15lb, separate the legs and thighs and fry them separately.

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