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Deep-fry-turkey-canola-oil-temperature, oil temperature: time: internal temperature: battered fish: 365 °f: 3 to 5 minutes: 145 °f: catfish nuggets: 365 °f: 3 to 5 minutes: 145 °f: chicken wings: 375 °f. Deep fried turkey – delicious and moist. posted on november 26, 2013 november 20, 2014 by ellen. it’s fast and you can do it! deep frying a turkey for the holidays is a quick way to cook that turkey for your family. depending on the size of the bird, it only takes approximately 30 minutes of cooking time to have a delicious, moist turkey., pick a smaller turkey: buy a turkey that is under 12 pounds since smaller birds work better for deep-frying. if a small turkey won't suffice, try to buy multiple small turkeys instead of a single large one.if you do buy a large turkey, fry the parts, like the wings, breasts and legs, separately..

Footnotes cook's notes: if using a bigger breast, you will need to double the spice rub. always deep-fry in a safe environment as oil, if too hot or if the pot is too full, can boil over creating a serious condition., using canola oil for deep-frying can be healthier for the heart, blood sugar and cholesterol compared to other oils. canola oil actually has less saturated fat compared to all other oils including olive oil. saturated fat in canola oil is around seven percent while the content in olive oil i fifteen percent, sunflower oil is twelve percent and ....

Deep frying a turkey . canola oil has one of the highest smoke points of all commonly used vegetable oils at 468 °f (242 °c). ingredients. 10 lb turkey 4.5 kg; about 25 cups canola oil 6 l; instructions. 1. choose a turkey fryer with a sturdy and steady base and pick up a food thermometer to test the doneness of the meat and a pair of heavy ..., pdf how to deep fry a turkey - bass pro shops. how to deep fry a turkey 1. determine the amount of oil needed - put the thawed turkey in your empty fryer..

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