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12 lb Turkey

Baking & Spices

1 Red pepper, ground


to 5 gallons vegetable oil
  • Tia Maxie

    Deepfried Turkey! Inject this bird with some cajun and it will be the most moist turkey you've ever had.....Trust me!

  • Rosie Lujan

    Thanksgiving Recipes | Deep-Fried Turkey Recipe |

  • Li Howe

    Getting ready for Thanksgiving - deep fryer for turkey

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