Update Your Holiday Cooking Traditions With A Smoked Turkey
No thanksgiving is complete without the signature centerpiece of a well cooked turkey. Before you decide to roast your poultry this year, consider smoking the turkey. Traditionally, a well-seasoned roasted turkey is the standard for thanksgiving, an Americana Smoker offers a delicious alternative.
Smoked turkey cooks longer at a lower temperatures between 185 to 225 degrees and can take up to 8 hours to smoke a whole turkey. Brining is also an important part of smoking the process. Brining allows the turkey to stay moist and not dry out throughout the longer cooking times.
The major difference between roasting and smoking a turkey is the smoking process produces a more flavorful and tender. The use of smoke and longer cooking process make all the difference. The perfectly smoked turkey will have a nice pink hue just under the skin and a blackened skin on the outside.
Fear not the classic side dishes that are dearly loved by all generations still pair perfectly with your smoked turkey. Give your family and friends a delicious surprise for the centerpiece this year with a smoked turkey that will have everyone fighting over who gets the smoked turkey legs.
Now that you’ve decided to smoke your turkey you need the right smoker! The Americana 4-in-1 Dual Fuel smoker and grill will ensured a perfectly cooked bird. This multi-functional smoker doubles as an electric or charcoal Lock ‘N Go grill. The interlocking hood and bowl can go with you to the campsite or the tailgate party. A 5.5 quart water pan ensures that your smoked meat is tender and juicy. A built-in temperature gauge allows you to monitor the temperature. Check on the water or add wood chips with the sliding access doors. Plug this smoker into standard electrical outlets. Smoke tender and flavorful food to perfection in your own backyard with this versatile and easy-to-use smoker.
Let Americana Smokers show you the difference our smokers make with your dishes.
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