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  • Don't let a broken appliance ruin your holidays - How to Cook a Turkey: Basic Steps

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    How to Cook a Turkey: Basic Steps


    You'll be glad to know that cooking a turkey is surprisingly easy. Even with just a little bit of prep, you'll get great results you can be proud of. Here's how to prepare a thawed turkey for roasting in the oven:
    1. Remove the packet of giblets from the cavity of the bird and save them for gravy or stuffing. Next, use paper towels to pat dry the bird inside and out
    2. If you are stuffing the turkey, stuff it loosely, allowing about 1/2 to 3/4 cup stuffing per pound of turkey
    3. Tie drumsticks together with string, and brush the skin with melted butter or oil
    4. What oven temperature to cook a turkey: Place the bird on a rack in a roasting pan, and into a preheated 350 degree F (175 degrees C) oven
    5. Roast until the skin is a light golden colour, then cover the breast loosely with a foil tent to prevent further browning. During the last 45 minutes of baking, remove the foil tent to brown the skin. Basting is not necessary, but helps promote even browning
    6. The turkey is done when the meat reaches an internal temperature of 165 degrees F (75 degrees C) at the thigh. If your turkey has been stuffed, it is important to check the temperature of the stuffing as well. The stuffing should also be 165 degrees F
    7. Be sure to allow at least 30 minutes between the time you take the turkey out of the oven and when you serve it. The turkey needs to "rest" for 20 to 30 minutes, and then you can carve your turkey

    Cooking tips are from AllRecipes

    jeff sr.
    Appliance Repair Aid
    http://www.applianceaid.com/
    Dear Santa.....I have been fairly good in 2020.....I have been trying to be good in 2020.....forget it Santa, I will buy my own stuff.

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    jeff sr.
    Appliance Repair Aid
    http://www.applianceaid.com/
    Dear Santa.....I have been fairly good in 2020.....I have been trying to be good in 2020.....forget it Santa, I will buy my own stuff.

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