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Posted by: Richard Fl on 2009/11/12 13:10:45  

In Reply to: turkey breast posted by egg person on 2009/11/12 12:51:56

This works for me.


Turkey, Breast, Richard Fl







INGREDIENTS:
1 6 1/2 Lbs Turkey Breast, Bone In
Seasoning/Rub
2 Tbs Lawry's Chicken & Poultry Seasoning
2 Tbs Paprika, Spanish
2 Tbs Tone's Garlic & Herb Seasoning
Basting
3 Tbs Crushed Garlic
3-4 Ozs Butter




Preparation
1 Sprinkled the rub over and inside the skin and let set for 30 minutes
Cooking
1 Placed in large BGE, 350F W/Plate Setter inverted, drip pan with 1 quart water, "V" rack. Placed bird in BGE W/aluminum foil to protect breast. Removed the foil last hour.
2 Allowed temperature to drop to 300F and left alone for an hour. Basted after first hour W/Butter/ garlic mixture, continued to baste each half hour for a total cook time of 3 hours. The temperature varied from 275F-300F. Pulled @ 160F internal. Total cooking time 3 hours.
3 Allowed to sit 45 minutes wrapped in foil. EGGcelent. Leftovers are going to become Eggchiladas W/red sauce.


Preparation time: 30 minutes
Cooking time: 3 hours
Ready in: 4 hours

Recipe Type
Main Dish, Poultry

Recipe Source
Source: BGE Forum, Richard Fl, 2007/04/15

2007/05/22--Did another tonight- Only took 2 hours between 275F & 325F. Basted W/Italian Salad Dressing after the first hour. Temp for meat got to 170F and pulled after 2 hours. Used pecan chips for smoke, not soaked. covered with foil whole cook so as not to burn skin. Left the drip pan out of this cook, perhaps that is the reason for the shorter cook time.

2009/01/14--RPH-- Did one tonight on the small BGE, Spatchcocked the 7 pounder and did high in the dome at 325F, direct. Took 1 hour 15 minutes to reach 160F. Used Italian Salad Dressing, Lawry's Chicken & Poultry, Urban Accents Smokey Peppercorn Turkey Rub and some Pixie Dust. Spritzed every 20 minutes or so with vinegar and apple juice and spices. EGGstrmely moist.

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