Add a new dimension to your outdoor cooking experience!!!
Removing the cooked turkey.
* Lifting handle for turkey frying stand.
*A place to set the cooked turkey.
(Don't want you just standing there with a fried turkey in your hand.)
* A few other things that are critical but not shown.
This is the next to last step. All the work is almost over,
this turkey is done, and the eating is just around the corner.(We usually eat the first one while
we are cooking the rest of the turkeys.) The critical items that you cannot see are an ice chest
filled with the cold drinks of your choice, and a few comfortable chairs for you and your friends.
Just a few tips to remember:
Make sure the turkey has cooked at least 4 minutes per pound and no more than 5 minutes per
pound. While we do not recommend birds over 12 pounds, if you need to fry a larger pound turkey,
you will have to increase the cooking time per pound.
Let the turkey cool several minutes before you try to remove it from the stand.
Keep small children & pets away from cooking area.
As a matter of safety, you may want to turn the flame off when placing the turkey in the oil
or removing the turkey from the oil. It only takes a minute to relight, and will prevent any chance
of flame up if the oil should spill over.
The Cajun Shoppe can provide you
with all the equipment needed for deep frying turkeys.
The Cajun Shoppe Turkey Frying Combo.
Try our new
Turkey Injecting Seasoning.
If you have any recipes, suggestions, or improvements for deep fried
turkey, or any other deep frying recipes you wish to share, mail, fax, or email them to The Cajun
Shoppe. We will try them out, and if they are approved, we will place them on our web page. If you
wish to have the credit for a tip, suggestion, or a recipe we use we will be happy to do so.
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