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H-E-B Frozen Savory Butter Frying Whole Turkey

Product Description

- Savory Butter
- Seasoned
- Ready to fry
- Gluten free

Preparation Instructions

Cooking Instructions: Requirements: 1. A complete Turkey-Frying kit, including a large pot, pot stand, long stem thermometer, turkey-lifting accessory, and fittings for a propane tank. 2. Propane tank. 3. A turkey no larger than 16 pounds. 4. At least 3 gallons of peanut oil. 5. Burn-proof oven mitt. 6. Large baking pan. Frying: Caution: Never leave pot unattended! 1. Connect propane tank, place pot on stand, attach long-stemmed thermometer on inside of pot. 2. Fill pot with oil indicator line and light burner. 3. Heat oil to 325 degrees F (allow 45 minutes). Prepare turkey. Remove leg holders. Rinse and pat dry. 4. Place the turkey-lifter through cavity. 5. Slowly and carefully, lower turkey into hot oil. Wear a burn-proof oven mitt to protect your hand and arm from oil splatter. 3. Fry turkey 3 to 3-1/2 minutes per pound. Maintain oil temperature at 325 degrees F. 7. Remove turkey when a meat thermometer inserted in the thickest part of the thigh reads 170 degrees F and place in a large baking pan. 8. Turn burner off. 9. Let turkey rest for 15 minutes before removing lifter and carving. 10. Tend to oil when thoroughly cooled. Thawing the Turkey: Never thaw a frozen turkey at room temperature, select one of the methods below. Refrigerator: Place unopened turkey, in wrapper, in a roasting pan and place in refrigerator. A whole turkey need 24 hours thawing time per 4 pounds. Allow 3 to 5 days thawing time depending on the size of your turkey. Note: The turkey is completely thawed when there are no ice crystals in the interior cavity. Cold Water: Allow 30 minutes thawing time per 1 pound of turkey. Place unopened turkey, in wrapper, breast side down, in cold water. Change the water every 3 minutes. Allow 6 to 10 hours thawing depending on the size of the turkey. 24 Hours Before: 1. Choose a place to set up the Turkey Fryer. Frying must be done outside, away from any structure, and preferably on a concrete slab or other level, non-slip, non-wooden surface. Hot oil is dangerous; take all precautions. 2. Determine oil level. If your pot does not have oil indicator lines, place turkey in pot and fill with cold water until it covers the turkey. Remove turkey and make a mark on the outside of the pot to indicate how much oil you need to add. 3. Make sure the turkey is completely thawed. Safe Handling Instructions: This product was prepared from inspected and passed meat and/or poultry. Some food products may contain bacteria that could cause illness if the product is mishandled or cooked improperly. For your protection, follow these safe handling instructions. Keep refrigerated or frozen. Thaw in refrigerator or microwave. Cook thoroughly. Keep raw meat or poultry separate from other foods. Wash working surfaces (including cutting boards), utensils and hands after touching raw meat or poultry. Keep hot foods hot. Refrigerate leftovers immediately or discard.

Safety Warning
Contains: milk.
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