Roast turkey is an issue that inspires cooks to endless debates. How to get the perfect blend of juicy meat, crunchy skin and taste? Everyone has a favorite technique, be it roasting the bird or spatchcocking. However, if you are ready on Ph.D. If you cook turkey, you may want to look beyond these methods and become really wild.
# 1. Dustbin Turkey
An empty metal dustbin can be the perfect tool for cooking a turkey. One of the biggest advantages is that the actual cooking time is drastically reduced. A recipe estimates you only need about 90 minutes to cook a 1
You need a turkey, your favorite spices, a bag of charcoal, butter or oil, a wooden post, lots and lots of aluminum foil and, oh yes, a trash can. All those items and a piece of ground you'd like to destroy means you're in the game.
One caveat: While there are many recipes for turkey and chicken, I would not try duck. especially because duck has a huge amount of fat. It has to be vacuumed regularly, otherwise it can cause a fat burn.
Every holiday season, stories are published in your local news about the poor turkey of a family in the fire because they are not knew what they were doing when they tried frying it.
With a trip to the hardware store and some basic knowledge you can avoid all the confusion. Let Alton Brown teach you how to safely roast a Thanksgiving bird. He also has a clever test that shows you exactly how much oil you need to fry the bird without spattering hot oil everywhere.
He also has a detailed video about building his frying-Derricks in your own garden and he also has PDF instructions.
This last method is the simplest in my opinion. No tools or trips to the Home Depot are required. However, it's about bringing your poor turkey up close with a can of beer. However, if you use the beer in a place where the sun is not shining, it will ensure that your turkey is moist and spicy. Here's the step-by-step guide, or watch the video below.
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