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You know you’ve been curious about it. You’ve been seeing amazing pictures of your friends and family and colleagues doing it for years on their social media accounts. You’ve thought, “ah, I could have done it this year, but I just didn’t have enough time.” Well now, you can stop wishing and wondering and start doing! This is the year you finally deep fry that turkey, baby! Here are some tips and strategies for you to deploy on your bird frying mission this year. Good luck and have fun.
Yes, deep frying a turkey has its risks. It has the potential to go wrong, but with the right knowhow and some good safety measures (and a little practice!) you can get your turkey fried quickly, easily and safely this year and for years to come. Deep frying a turkey definitely has its benefits as well. It leaves the meat more moist and tender and it cooks in a fraction of the time, as opposed to sitting in the oven taking up valuable real estate all day. Deep frying can help you save time and allow you to sleep in even longer on the big day so that you can be less stressed and more relaxed for the holiday.
Never fry inside.
Make sure you have at least one fire extinguisher on hand and that they are fully charged and ready to deploy.
Put the fryer outside and on a sturdy flat surface, like a concrete patio out back. Make sure you are at least 10 feet from the walls of your home.
Start with a low oil temp, then add the bird then turn the heat up. This prevents oil splashing when you first insert the bird. First 275F then turn heat it to 350F after the bird is in the frying oil.
Wait until after the bird is safely out of the fryer and the fryer is turned off before enjoying any “adult beverages.”
In order to actually deep fry the bird, you will need a few things, of course.
The process is pretty simple, but can be a bit overwhelming.
No matter what you do for your Thanksgiving holiday this year, we hope you have a wonderful holiday season from Better Man Beard.