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saderade
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re: Frying a turkey - oil or oil less?

Big Easy ftw.


Tino
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re: Frying a turkey - oil or oil less?
is 100 bucks the standard price for a Big Easy?


TigerHam85
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Uncle JackD
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re: Frying a turkey - oil or oil less?
Earless ftw






TigerHam85
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re: Frying a turkey - oil or oil less?
What size was that bird?

Momma Ham had a little #12 bird for me.


Uncle JackD
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re: Frying a turkey - oil or oil less?
I think pops said it was 14lb


8thyearsenior
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re: Frying a turkey - oil or oil less?
Doing the oil less this year. Do I need to inject it or will it be ok with out? Should I rub it with butter or oil? How many minutes per pound?

Thanks


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TigerHam85
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Looks bigger than that in the pics.


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scotty4lsu
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Member since Sep 2008
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re: Frying a turkey - oil or oil less?
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Have y'all cooked anything else besides turkeys in them?


We have used the Big Easy for pork loin, ribs, beef, brisket, tenderloins, hens, sausage, etc.

Bought one for my parents for Christmas last year, and they added a basket at the top and cook veggies, potatoes, etc too.


Chipand2Putts
trembling hills
Member since Apr 2012
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re: Frying a turkey - oil or oil less?
first time to use my big easy this year.
the manual doesn't say anything about preheating. do i need to preheat or just turn it on and drop my bird in?
how many minutes per pound?
i will just be doing a turkey breast. will this effect minutes per pound? thanks for the input.


X82ndTiger
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re: Frying a turkey - oil or oil less?
Wipe some vegetable oil on the inside of the fryer and let it burn off before putting the turkey in. 10 minutes per pound but use the thermometer and once it gets to 165 you're good. I fried a whole turkey and breast today both 10 minutes per pound. They were excellent.


Chipand2Putts
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re: Frying a turkey - oil or oil less?
thanks for the info


TigerHam85
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59-024 Kamehameha Highway, Haleiwa
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re: Frying a turkey - oil or oil less?
No need for pre heating.

I do mine at about 12 minutes a pound.

12 pound bird today came out perfect, as usual.

Hard to mess it up, bro.


LEASTBAY
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re: Frying a turkey - oil or oil less?
I inject mine with chicken stock, oil on the outside


TigerHam85
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re: Frying a turkey - oil or oil less?
Inject mine with creole butter.

The whole damn jar.


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Uncle JackD
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re: Frying a turkey - oil or oil less?
quote:

is 100 bucks the standard price for a Big Easy?
Yeah cheapest I've seen it


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Pepe Lepew
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Looney tuned .....
Member since Oct 2008
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re: Frying a turkey - oil or oil less?
quote:

Have y'all cooked anything else besides turkeys in them?


I've done turkeys, chickens, boston butts, all were fantastic .....

so much easier than the oil also .....

I've got the same one JD has .....
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