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Turkey Breast

How long do I need to cook a 13 pound turkey breast on a large egg? Help please! My first time.[p]Rock

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  • SpinSpin Posts: 1,375
    tigerrock,[p]Welcome to the forum and Egg family.[p]Your turkey breast can be cooked using dome temps from 200-350°F. The lower temps extend the cooking time and heighten the smoke flavor. The higher temps shorten the cooking time and minimize the smoke flavor. Figure 75 min/lb @ 200°, 30 min/lb @ 250°, 20 min/lb @ 300°, and 15 min/lb @ 350°F. These figures are approximate, but will put you in the ballpark. On lower temp cooks, check the doneness of the skin near the end of the cook and kick the temp up to finish the skin if needed.[p]Spin[p][p]
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