It was unexpected. I am cooking a turkey and according to the wrapper its been cooking long enough. Here are four common causes for pink turkey: This turkey was smoked, as a result, the meat is pink all the way through. 1. How much of this blood water am I going to confronting? Reheating the Next Day . Turkey is done when the meat thermometer reaches the following temperatures: (A.) It had baked for about an hour and I went to check on it expecting to have to baste it. Middle is white (is a crown) I cooked it for 2.5hrs (3ki Keeping the turkey in the roasting pan just as it is, cover with aluminum foil and reheat in a 350 F oven for 45 to 55 minutes, or until the turkey is hot and steaming and registers 165 F on your meat thermometer. After the turkey has been roasting 1-1/2 hours, begin basting the turkey with a hot stock flavored with wine and herbs (you won't have any drippings yet). Whole turkey cooked - still pink at the thigh. 11 10 Joined Nov 2, 2011. Also, I do not have a thermometer, I thought I had a meat one in the drawer but its disappeared >.< Last weekend I smoked a 10lb turkey on my MES 30 with mesquite wood (much prefer hickory) and I just put it right on the top grate, as far away from the heat as possible. Remember that you still will have to test for doneness (165 F/75 C) everywhere. Is this normal? Thread in 'Poultry' Thread starter Started by heygreene, Start date Nov 12, 2011; Nov 12, 2011 #1 H. heygreene Newbie. On Thanksgiving day, remove the turkey from the refrigerator and let sit to come to room temperature before reheating. Its an unstuffed turkey. Follow these special directions for a delicious meal: Preheat oven to 350° F. Remove wrapper. Is this normal? Place thawed turkey, breast side up, on flat rack in shallow roasting pan 2 to 2½ inches deep. Please advise if it is normal to have a combination of water and blood (about 1/2 cup's worth) inside a turkey when cooking? You smoked or grilled your turkey. By separating the turkey into two parts, you can reduce the cooking time dramatically. The juices from the breast run clear but the juices that are puddled in the cavity of the turkey are not clear, they are pink. Eventually, you'll get great-tasting pan drippings, which you can use to make gravy. Fully-cooked turkey meat can be pink for several reasons. Since it got a good temperature reading, it’s completely safe to eat. 170°F to 175°F (75°C to 80°C) in the thickest part of the breast, just above the rib bones. Once the bird begins to give off juices, use those drippings to brush the bird periodically, about every 30 minutes. Smoked turkey meat always has a pink tinge to it. Lay everything out so that you expose as much surface to heat as possible and the turkey will cook much faster. No juices on the outside but I decided to peer inside. DO NOT stuff. Fully cooked turkeys are an easy way to get a great tasting turkey on the table in less time. Brush or spray skin lightly with vegetable or cooking oil for best appearance. Meat that’s been grilled outdoors often does, too. All my trimmings are ready and DH carved the turkey it's slightly pink just under the bacon. You can take this one step further and remove the legs and wings. (B.) 180°F to 185°F (80°C to 85°C) deep in the thigh; also, juices should be clear, not pink when thigh muscle is pierced deeply.
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