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Re: Oil less turkey fryer [Re: GaKaye]
      #1456836 - 11/22/12 12:53 PM (75.181.165.239)

If you're injecting it, I suppose it's sorta frying from the inside out!

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Re: Oil less turkey fryer [Re: judyinnc]
      #1457553 - 11/26/12 01:28 AM (71.133.87.195)


geez.....went to the Lowes website to check this thing out. 5 star reviews across the board! I just might buy one for my hubby for Xmas. He's hard to buy for! Was raised on my grandmas turkey recipe but for the past few years we have fried ours. Like everyone says, you just can't believe how good they are until you try it! This one sounds great too....and you can fit a 16 lb. turkey which is a little bigger than our fryer can hold. Thanks for the suggestion Judy


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Re: Oil less turkey fryer [Re: SoCalCarol]
      #1458190 - 11/28/12 08:17 AM (98.74.154.248)

Glad to help and hope he likes it. This is the first year our turkey didn't have the legs fall off when we put it on a platter. Let me know what you think.

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Re: Oil less turkey fryer [Re: Anonymous]
      #1458191 - 11/28/12 08:18 AM (98.74.154.248)

Oops, forgot to log in.

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Re: Oil less turkey fryer [Re: Anonymous]
      #1464877 - 12/27/12 05:58 PM (71.133.86.6)

Hi Judy! Opened the "Big Easy" a few days before Christmas and followed instructions to pre-season the "fryer". We took a chance on it being as simple and as great as you and other reviewers had said and my 16 lb turkey turned out absolutely wonderful!! Golden brown and crispy on the outside and SO moist on the inside! I just used my regular method of cleaning the turkey the night before and squeezing a couple of lemons and an orange into and onto the outside, then putting on my seasoning rub. Took it out of the fridge an hour or so before plopping it into the cooker out on our patio. 10 minutes per pound and it looked like a magazine cover turkey! Really a great product. Supposedly, it is on sale at Lowes until sometime in March. Paid $75. Easy clean up as well.....my kitchen was left to the many other things in my oven! Thanks again Judy.... Hsppy New Year everyone!!!

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Re: Oil less turkey fryer [Re: SoCalCarol]
      #1465369 - 12/29/12 08:17 PM (75.225.99.41)

I just ordered one of these for pickup at my local Lowe's. Much cheaper there than anywhere else I saw it online. I hope it's as good as everyone says it is! I have to bring three or four different meats to a family Christmas celebration (40 people) on January 5, so this will allow me to cook at least one of them somewhere besides in my kitchen.

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Re: Oil less turkey fryer [Re: GaKaye]
      #1465417 - 12/30/12 12:35 AM (71.129.57.159)

I know you will be impressed by the ease of a great tasting turkey. I, too, have an army to feed at holiday time. I don't want to sound like a lazy cook, but just one who tries to keep my cooking (and kitchen) as easy, carefree and "clean" as possible because we use my center island as the buffet table and everyone circles the kitchen. I HATE having every square inch of my counter tops and stove covered in dirty pots and pans. I also make at least 1 prime rib to go along with our turkeys. One of my FAVORITE tools is my Ronco Digital Rotisserie. I have had it for probably a dozen years.....I can trust it to cook my roasts perfectly EVERY TIME. We call it my "set it and forget it" cooker. It also goes outside on the patio. I press Montreal Seasoning all over the roast, stick it onto the skewer, close the door and set it for 18 minutes per pound for medium. (I usually get a rib eye, bone-in as they are on sale at holiday time) People can't believe how tender and great they taste. Nice crust on the outside and the smell outside is unbelieveable! They go outside to watch it as it has interior lights. Again...easy clean up....the next day! You can check it out online from Home Depot for $129. Got my mom one, I have hers now, and my daughter wanted one also. Ours all came from QVC. Can't beat it!

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Re: Oil less turkey fryer [Re: SoCalCarol]
      #1465565 - 12/30/12 07:01 PM (75.216.40.130)

Fortunately this event will be held at my mother-in-law's church, so I won't have 40 people in my home, which would totally freak me out! On the downside, I have to prepare everything and take it to the church, so a lot will be served at room temp...

What do you use for your rub? I was thinking of getting the Montreal poultry (it might say chicken) seasoning?

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Re: Oil less turkey fryer [Re: GaKaye]
      #1465573 - 12/30/12 07:15 PM (173.63.240.248)

Georgia, I really like Montreal Seasoning on turkey!

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Re: Oil less turkey fryer [Re: peconic]
      #1465578 - 12/30/12 07:33 PM (75.216.40.130)

Brian, do you use the Montreal Steak seasoning, or the one made for poultry?

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