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Spatchcock Turkey ?

dicksondickson Posts: 4
edited 4:07AM in EggHead Forum
We did a couple of spatchcock chickens last Sunday, and as usual they turned out just perfectly. One hour at 350 - could not get any easier.

It left me wondering if anyone has ever tried to cook a whole turkey spatchcock style?

If so, would you mind sharing your tips? I'd like to try it. Thanks - Dickson

Comments

  • FidelFidel Posts: 10,168
    Do it just like the chickens. Works great. It is a little tougher to cut the backbone out, but otherwise very similar.

    Indirect at 350* or so until 185 in the thigh and 160 in the breast.

    TurkeyDone.Small.jpg
  • That's a beauty. Thanks!
  • Woody69Woody69 Posts: 360
    I was wondering the same thing. Thanks. Looks good !
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