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Best Turkey Cooking Time And Temperature

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Safe Internal Cooking Temperatures Chart Safe Internal Cooking Temperatures chart Meat, poultry, eggs and fish Temperature Beef, veal and lamb (pieces and whole cuts) Medium-rare 63°C (145°F) Medium 71°C (160°F) Well done 77°C (170°F) Pork (for example, ham, pork loin, ribs) Pork (pieces and whole cuts) 71°C (160°F) Ground meat and meat mixtures (for example, burgers, sausages, meatballs, meatloaf and casseroles) Beef, veal, lamb and pork 71°C (160°F) Poultry (for example, chicken, turkey)…

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Here's the a list of the proper temperatures for making sure your meats are cooked properly: Beef, veal, lamb, duck, burgers, dausage, chicken, turkey, fish, pork, ham, and eggs.

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from The Kitchn

7 Mistakes to Avoid When Cooking a Turkey — Tips from

7 Mistakes to Avoid When Cooking a Turkey — Tips from The Kitchn

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from The Hopeless Housewife®

Poultry Roasting Time Chart - The Hopeless Housewife

Need some help with your Turkey? Check out this Poultry Roasting Chart | The Hopeless Housewife®

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from BuzzFeed

Where To Put The Thermometer In a Turkey

Know where to put the thermometer to tell if your turkey is REALLY done. | 27 Little Things You Can Do To Make Thanksgiving So Much Easier

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from CenterCutCook

Compound Butter (for Steak,Turkey & More)

My secret to the most delicious Thanksgiving Turkey is this compound butter! Ready in 10 minutes, it promises to give your turkey the WOW factor! #thanskgiving #turkey

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Want to keep your cool while checking your turkey’s temperature? It’s simple. Check a few key places to know when your turkey is done. Insert a meat thermometer between the turkey’s thigh above the drumstick without hitting bone. When the thermometer reads 180 degrees F, you’re done! (If it’s stuffed, check the center of the stuffing to make sure it’s 165 degrees F as well.).

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There are many ways to cook a turkey but our favorite, by far, is a simple roast! If you're a beginner turkey maker, this is the simple step-by-step for you! Add butter underneath the skin, season with a spice mix and let it roast until the thermometer is at 165 degrees. Perfect for for your Thanksgiving meal for the whole family!

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