The art of deep-frying a turkey has become more popular over the years and has become a replacement to the conventional cooking method.
The method brings out a delicious and a very tender turkey and that is probably the reason it is so popular. The delicious meals you see on foodydirect.com are what you can do yourself using the deep fry method.
Nevertheless it is important to follow instructions when deep-frying the turkey.
Indoor deep frying
Deep-frying a turkey indoor can actually bring out the crispy texture with that delicious taste that a turkey meal has. Since you are cooking with very high temperatures you are susceptible to many dangers and it is important to follow instruction.
- Thaw your turkey and remove the giblets and the neck.
- Put some oil onto the fryer, but the oil should not exceed the fill line. Heat the oil until the temperature of 400, as you wait for the oil to heat. Pat your turkey using dry paper towels and season it with injected flavors or marinades.
- Once the oil if fully cooked, slowly immerse the turkey in to it. The turkey may not be fully immersed and this might result to the breast part remaining white even after a deep-fry.
- Cook your turkey for about 3 to 4 minutes. The dark meat should be cooked to a temperature of about 175 F while the white meat should be cooked to a temperature of about 165 F.
- Once the turkey is fully cooked remove it from the fryer and place it in a pan of a paper towel.
- Allow the turkey to stay on the stand for around 20 minutes before you remove it from the basket rack.
As a matter of fact you can just use this method to make the most delicious turkey. It is easier and economical to use this method than others.