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Old 04-18-2009, 11:17 AM
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Deep Fried Turkey

I've been frying birds for years but some what getting tired of the same injections. I usually inject with Lemon juice and salt then dry rub with lemon pepper. I've done a few others but the lemon really jumps out. Anyone have some ideas for injections that they have enjoyed in the past?
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Why yes I do,
It's teryaki, very simple. I use yoshida sauce.

1 cup Teriyaki Sauce
1 tbsp. garlic powder
1 tbsp. onion powder
1 tbsp. ginger powder

mix together and inject as usual.
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I soak the turkey in cranberry juice and beer for 24 hrs then let cool dry in the fridge with some Montreal chicken spice for an hour then throw er in the fryer.
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not a big fan personally of the deep fried turkeys. More into the BBQ. Stuff it with seasoning, oranges and apples. Inject with similar sauce that powerstrokelogger said.
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Old 12-17-2009, 10:15 AM
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Inject with something, but try this: Seafood & Barbeque Rubs and Seasonings Source - Butt Rub.com

This stuff is the bomb!

--Snake
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doing my first one on monday for a family party may have to try one of this.
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i only tried Italian dressing. it turns out pretty good. lets hear some more ideas.
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Old 12-20-2009, 10:32 AM
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BRINE that is the best trick that alot of people don't know much about Use one gallon of apple juice add equal parts of salt and sugar 2 cups(white or brown) and some good spices (crushed peppercorns or crab boil bags) any you like bring all to a boil for a few minutes then chill I use ice. Once all is cool then put bird in a big pot add brine and top off with water till bird is covered then refrigerate for 12-24 Hr. Pull out of brine dry bird use any bottled injection or good Italian dressing kicked up a little in the blender Fry for about 3 min. a pound in Cotton seed or Peanut oil
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im going to have to try some of these tricks.
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I like the cajun butter injection sauce, butter and garlic, then I smoke the bird on hickory.
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