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Old 10-17-2013, 02:18 PM   #1
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Any how-to advice on grilling one up? It is getting closer to Thanksgiving and I would like to have a grilled turkey to go along with the usual baked one.
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Do you mean smoked turkey?
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Any how-to advice on grilling one up? It is getting closer to Thanksgiving and I would like to have a grilled turkey to go along with the usual baked one.
For a smoked Turkey I use Apple and Pecan. rub lightly with salt, pepper and garlic powder. Boil for about 30 minutes equal parts (about 1 quart each) orange juice, apple cider vinegar, and peach cider with 4 cinnamon sticks, a bag of cranberries (crush them a bit), 4 ribs celery, an onion coursely chopped, and a whole garlic clove crushed. Pour while still hot into a steamer pan under the rack you are smoking on. I smoke at 225 and get mine to 165 internal temp. If you have time, make 2 batches of the above and marinate the turkey over night in that mixture (needs to be kept cold). You could just use the marinade in the steam pan, but I make a fresh batch.
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Sounds good.

It doesn't have to be smoked, as in using wood chips. I am just thinking about injections, rubs, temp to cook on and stuff.
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For a smoked Turkey I use Apple and Pecan. rub lightly with salt, pepper and garlic powder. Boil for about 30 minutes equal parts (about 1 quart each) orange juice, apple cider vinegar, and peach cider with 4 cinnamon sticks, a bag of cranberries (crush them a bit), 4 ribs celery, an onion coursely chopped, and a whole garlic clove crushed. Pour while still hot into a steamer pan under the rack you are smoking on. I smoke at 225 and get mine to 165 internal temp. If you have time, make 2 batches of the above and marinate the turkey over night in that mixture (needs to be kept cold). You could just use the marinade in the steam pan, but I make a fresh batch.
This sounds really good. Have you ever tried brining your turkey before smoking it and if so how does that compare to this marinade?
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It doesn't have to be smoked, as in using wood chips. I am just thinking about injections, rubs, temp to cook on and stuff.
A turkey is just too big to grill. You can fry it. You can smoke/roast it. Throwing a huge bird on a grill like you would a burger or a steak just wont work though. Here are some good starting points: http://amazingribs.com/recipes/chick...ed_turkey.html
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This sounds really good. Have you ever tried brining your turkey before smoking it and if so how does that compare to this marinade?
I always brine for at least 8 hours if possible. I prefer brining to injecting a turkey. If you use a 12 to 14 pound bird 8 hours of brining will get the flavor all the way through it.
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My Turkeys get smoked.
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You can brine and then grill/roast a spatchcocked bird. Start with higher heat and move the bird around.
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