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peconic
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Re: Oil less turkey fryer [Re: GaKaye]
      #1465580 - 12/30/12 07:49 PM (173.63.240.248)

The only one I have in the pantry is the Steak Seasoning... so that's what I use...
it's still really good on turkey & chicken... even on some fish, like cod or flounder...

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Re: Oil less turkey fryer [Re: peconic]
      #1465768 - 12/31/12 03:39 PM (75.216.119.116)

I bought the chicken seasoning today to try it; just seemed like it would be better on poultry. I sure hope this thing comes out ok! I bought a 17-pound turkey, and then read on the package that the cooker holds up to a 16-pound bird. I guess I can cram it in there!

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Re: Oil less turkey fryer [Re: GaKaye]
      #1465858 - 12/31/12 08:04 PM (173.63.240.248)

Give us your review Georgia!

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Re: Oil less turkey fryer [Re: peconic]
      #1466604 - 01/03/13 06:59 PM (75.200.167.218)

OK, I cooked a chicken in the oil less fryer today, just to test it before I cook a turkey for our family event. Unfortunately my chicken wasn't completely thawed, and I didn't trust my meat thermometer, so it wasn't completely done when I took it out. I just cut the breast meat off and nuked it for a minute to finish the cooking, and it was still tender and juicy when it was done; however, the skin wasn't as crispy as I had hoped.

With the experienced I gained from that, I think I'll be successful with the turkey.

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Re: Oil less turkey fryer [Re: GaKaye]
      #1467160 - 01/05/13 05:52 PM (75.201.180.80)

Reporting back as promised. The turkey was delicious!

I rubbed it with a little canola oil and a fair amount of McCormick's Montreal Chicken seasoning. It was a 17-pound turkey and it was done in slightly less than 3 hours. It was about an hour and a half after it was done that we served it, and it was still warm, with crispy skin and juicy meat. The meat did dry out a bit as it sat on the buffet table, but it was still tender and flavorful. I think for a dinner where it's being served right after carving it would be perfect.

Thanks Judy, for the tip about the oil less fryer! I was skeptical at first, but am sold!

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