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Turkey Breast

Spring ChickenSpring Chicken Posts: 10,246
edited 12:03PM in EggHead Forum
Help! I can't seem to find anything on this from my many saved recipes. I have a 5# turkey breast that has been soaking in a salt, brown sugar and cajun seasoning solution all night. I want to eat it at about 5:00 PM today. I have all the necessary tools and accessories. What do I do now?[p]Thanks in advance.[p]Spring Chicken
Spring Texas USA


  • Spring Chicken,
    I'd take it out of the brine if you are only doing a breast. They only need 4-8 hours of soaking. I do my breasts on a raised grill at 325 with apple or pecan smoke until they reach 165 degrees. I like to put montreal steak seasoning on them with some olive oil just before popping them into the egg. They usually take 2.5 to 3 hours I'd guess. I usually do them to take somewhere, so timing isn't crucial like it is when you want to serve them at a particular time. [p]TNW

    The Naked Whiz
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