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turkey breast

EnokEnok Posts: 15
edited 2:33AM in EggHead Forum
Does anyone have a good recipe/method for a turkey breast?

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  • Car Wash MikeCar Wash Mike Posts: 11,244
    enok, I use either the inverted V-rack or the Beer butt method indirect. About 300 for a couple hours depending on size. If using rub, I always spray with extra virgin olive oil.[p]CWM
  • Tim MTim M Posts: 2,410
    enok,[p]325-350° indirect with a little olive oil to brown the skin and cook until your thermometer says done. About 2.5-2.75 hrs with these 8 lb breasts. Two dosen't take much more time to cook than 1. I have these on 2 firebricks and over a drip pan with V rack.[p]Tim
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  • Tim MTim M Posts: 2,410
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    <p />enok,[p]325-350° indirect with a little olive oil to brown the skin and cook until your thermometer says done. About 2.5-2.75 hrs with these 8 lb breasts. Two dosen't take much more time to cook than 1. I have these on 2 firebricks and over a drip pan with V rack.[p]sorry - forgot the picture. sure wish there was a "preview" button here
    Tim

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  • enok,
    I like to sprinkle them with Montreal Steak Seasoning and cook them essentially the way Tim M described to you.[p]TNW

    The Naked Whiz
  • EnokEnok Posts: 15
    Tim M,
    thanks for the info. it's on the egg as i write this
    enok

  • sdbeltsdbelt Posts: 267
    enok,[p]I follow Alton Brown's advice from the Food Channel. He brines his turkey's the night before, then cooks them up the next day. Cooked indirect in the BGE, this is my absolute favorite method of turkey. Works just as well when only doing a turkey breast. Mmmmm, mmmmm.[p]Roast turkey[p]--sdb
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