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Unread 12-20-2013, 01:11 PM   #316
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Can anyone give me some advice on smoking times for 5Kg (11 pound) turkey crown ??
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Can anyone give me some advice on smoking times for 5Kg (11 pound) turkey crown ??
You should go by temp not time . FYI I smoke turkey at a temp of 325 and the last bird I did took about three hours for a 14 lb bird to reach 165 internal temp

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This is my first turkey! I brined it in apple juice with a cup of kosher salt, a handful of fresh thyme and a few bay leaves. I also injected it with butter. It was the most incredible turkey I ever had!
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Brined these four breasts for two days then smoked the at 350. Done at 165. Carved them into individual breasts for sandwiches and boiled the carcasses for soup.

Beats the heck out of the smoked turkey you buy in the store!

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This is my first turkey! I brined it in apple juice with a cup of kosher salt, a handful of fresh thyme and a few bay leaves. I also injected it with butter. It was the most incredible turkey I ever had!
Congratulations. Looks awesome. I use a similar method when smoking turkey. Always great.
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