Originally Posted by Tricky
Just getting ready to put my bird on. I've got a UDS with a lower rack foil-wrapped brick for a heat shield, and my drip pan will be sitting on top of that below the turkey (which will be sitting on the upper rack).
I'm going to put some carrots and onions in the drip pan -- should I also add water, and if so how much? I definitely want gravy if possible -- I've heard some get great gravy in the smoker. What's your experience?
Use low sodium chicken broth instead of water.
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Last edited by silverfinger; 11-28-2013 at 01:19 PM..
Reason: Removed the amount of chicken broth.