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Can you spatchcock a turkey?

palpal Posts: 19
edited 6:36PM in EggHead Forum
One of the first things I cooked on the BGE was a spatchcocked chicken. It turned out great. Then, this weekend, I did a 12 lb. turkey using one of those wire tube things (325 dome for about 5 hours). Again, very good. While waiting for the turkey to cook I got to thinking "Can a turkey be spatchcocked?" Would you even want to try? Pro's and con's of doing this. Has anyone done it? Is it worth doing? Enquiring minds want to know.

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  • Char-WoodyChar-Woody Posts: 2,642
    pal, every bit as good as a chicken..do it the same way.
    C~W

  • Chef WilChef Wil Posts: 702
    turkeyjpeg.jpg
    <p />pal,
    yes you can, indirect, 5 and a half hours, at 350
    used pecan and hickory

  • Chef Wil,[p]OMG--what a beautiful sight!
  • palpal Posts: 19
    Char-Woody,[p]That's all the encouragement I need. I'm trying it is as soon as I get rid of the current turkey left overs. Thanks for the feedback.

  • palpal Posts: 19
    Chef Wil,[p]Thanks for the feedback. That is a beatiful bird. This gives me a goal to shot for.
  • WahooeggerWahooegger Posts: 95
    Chef Wil,
    That looks great! How did you season that bird?

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