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OK...who had eaten fried turkey??? I need to know. I hear this is what I am eating this year. Help me out and tell me if I need to go else where to eat.
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Fried turkey kicks all azz there is to be kicked.
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Bought a turkey fryer

$40 at Big Lots, 30 quart model.

What do I do to fry a turkey? How much and what kind of oil?
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tailgaters do alot of frying up turkeys...just slap them bad boys down into a mini deep fryer, and its really quite good.
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Vegtable oil I believe. Otehrwise try a pure Synthetic like Mobil 1 5W30. LOL

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ok Thanks all. I will give it a try. Thanks.
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OK...who had eaten fried turkey??? I need to know. I hear this is what I am eating this year. Help me out and tell me if I need to go else where to eat.
Who?What?When?Where? Am i missing something here?
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I know a few things about these...but only a few...

Save your oil after you use it. People say that the oil just gets better as you use it...

Also, get some flavor injection for the bird...it is suppose to work well!




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can u still stuff them when u fry them ? i havent seen that yet.
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I don't think so, but I've never did it myself...




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i would think the stuffing wouldnt have enuff time to cook, but I dont know how long you cook them for in the fryer, so hhhmmmm
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Who?What?When?Where? Am i missing something here?

Your mom is letting your brother bring down his fryer to fry up the turkey...didn't you know this.
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I know a few things about these...but only a few...

Save your oil after you use it. People say that the oil just gets better as you use it...

Also, get some flavor injection for the bird...it is suppose to work well!

Save it for next year!?
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i would think the stuffing wouldnt have enuff time to cook, but I dont know how long you cook them for in the fryer, so hhhmmmm
Actually frying the Turkey doesn't take as long. Usually about 3 -5 mins per pound.

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I do now!
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Also, get some flavor injection for the bird...it is suppose to work well!
Yes I hear this! (literally just a few mins ago) Apparently my brother is injecting it with some Hawaiin flavor... interesting!!
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Yes I hear this! (literally just a few mins ago) Apparently my brother is injecting it with some Hawaiin flavor... interesting!!

Thats what I was told. It better be good or I'm going to McDonalds.
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Peanut oil.

Shan, you'll get about 30 responses in CFOT from people that have done it. .
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