Using a smoked turkey rub for your whole turkey, turkey breasts, or turkey legs can add a really unique flavor to your finished turkey. I’m all about experimenting with different spices to see what sort of unique flavors I can come up with. I’m going to share with you several really good turkey dry rubs …
☆☆☆☆☆ 5 hours at 225 in an electric smoker. Brined for 24 hours prior. We also used a dry rub and let it sit at room temperature for an hour before smoking. Seriously, the closest thing to a Disney turkey leg I've ever had! (We used this recipe in combination with another disney turkey leg copycat recipe)
Smoked turkey legs, a spring festival treat! The secret to making an authentic festival-style turkey leg is that the meat needs to be cured, like a ham. The curing process gives it that hammy flavor that many of us crave, and it makes the meat very juicy. Follow the link for the recipe from The Weekend Chef at DFW.com.
Disneyland Famous Smoked Turkey Legs Recipe for your Oven...these were really good - probably as close as you could get without an actual smoker - used Kroger unseasoned meat tenderizer, ended up broiling to get the golden outside