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Just a Turkey Breast

Car Wash MikeCar Wash Mike Posts: 11,244
edited 5:50PM in EggHead Forum
It's a little early in the week but I'm planning for MNF with the Chiefs. I want to serve hot turkey sandwiches and chicken wings. Chicken wings I'm good with. I have a 8 lb. turkey breast any ideas on time-temp. and how long to cook? [p]Thanks,[p]CWM

Comments

  • Car Wash Mike,
    Go with 20 minutes per pound, and about 325 to 350 degrees. It will turn out great, save some for me.
    Fireball

  • BDBD Posts: 87
    Car Wash Mike,
    Hey! They don't do smoke turkey in KC! Beef, my friend, beef....

  • Tim MTim M Posts: 2,410
    turkey2.jpg
    <p />Car Wash Mike,[p]3 hr at 350 dome temp and in a V rack over a drip pan. I also use a couple firebricks to help keep the drippings from burning. I use my double boiler drip pan to allow drippings to be used for gravy. Without it the drippings can burn - yuck.[p]Tim
  • Tim M, Good looking picture. Where do you put your fire bricks? I'll be visiting your website again soon to start sending pics also.[p]Thanks,[p]CWM
  • Tim MTim M Posts: 2,410
    Car Wash Mike,[p]I just used two flat bricks on the grid and under the drip pan to prevent the drippings from burning. A pizza stone would work or just a drip pan alone will work but I usually add a little water to keep it from burning and smoking. I use and like very very little smoke on turkey.[p]Tim
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