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Grinder
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Member since Nov 2007
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Popeyes Turkey
Anyone get one of these before? Cooking recommendations?

Mine’s thawed and don’t want to screw up this bird.


SixthAndBarone
Tampa Bay Rays Fan
Member since Jan 2019
942 posts

re: Popeyes Turkey
No clue what a Popeyes turkey is but I’m pretty sure you’re gonna screw it up.
This post was edited on 11/26 at 7:42 am


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jmarto1
LSU Fan
Houma, LA/ Las Vegas, NV
Member since Mar 2008
26892 posts

re: Popeyes Turkey
I've heard these are legit


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Fox McCloud
Member since Oct 2020
1346 posts

re: Popeyes Turkey
Just put it in the oven on 350


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soccerfüt
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Member since May 2013
45800 posts

re: Popeyes Turkey
It’s precooked*, you can eat it right now.





















*if you’re a vulture, otherwise you’ll need to cook it


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AUriptide
New Orleans Saints Fan
Member since Aug 2009
5373 posts

re: Popeyes Turkey
Its already cooked.

Just pour the juice over it and put it in the oven at 300 to heat.
This post was edited on 11/26 at 7:41 am


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The Torch
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Member since Aug 2014
13706 posts

re: Popeyes Turkey
Microwave 2 1/2 hours


evil cockroach
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HerkFlyer
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1301 posts

re: Popeyes Turkey
quote:

Mine’s thawed


quote:

don’t want to screw up this bird.


Well, get it back in the deep freezer if you’re frying it... ASAP


Babewinkelman
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Member since Jan 2015
793 posts

re: Popeyes Turkey
Before you serve, it is mandatory that you have everyone pull up and wait


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TDsngumbo
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re: Popeyes Turkey
And be sure to fry it outdoors, preferably on a wooden deck and under a roof to protect from the elements.


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geauxtigers87
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
Louisiana
Member since Mar 2011
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re: Popeyes Turkey
It's delicious


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Grinder
LSU Fan
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re: Popeyes Turkey
quote:

Before you serve, it is mandatory that you have everyone pull up and wait


Best reply.




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DownSouthCrawfish
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Member since Oct 2011
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re: Popeyes Turkey
I've always heard they were pretty good.


VinegarStrokes
Atlanta Braves Fan
Georgia
Member since Oct 2015
10816 posts

re: Popeyes Turkey
Make sure you tell your guests that “we ain’t got no mo dahhhk”


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rsbd
LSU Fan
banks of the Mississippi
Member since Jan 2007
17755 posts

re: Popeyes Turkey
Pull up will bring it out in 350 minutes


Barstools
Georgia Fan
Atlanta
Member since Jan 2016
6662 posts

re: Popeyes Turkey
First you make a roux


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tigerband6971
LSU Fan
hammond,la
Member since Sep 2018
99 posts

re: Popeyes Turkey
We bought one last two years and just follow the directions.they taste good and we’re juicy.
This year they ran out two weeks ago at all the Popeyes in my area because I was told less were shipped


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ItNeverRains
LSU Fan
Franklin, TN
Member since Oct 2007
18274 posts

re: Popeyes Turkey
We got one from Heberts stuffed with rice dressing deboned. Thawed takes about 3.5-4 hours. Approx 10lbs.


windshieldman
LA-Monroe Fan
Member since Nov 2012
11905 posts

re: Popeyes Turkey
Popeye’s didn’t teach you how to do this in the hiring process?


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