what is too cold to deep fry a turkey?

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Answered: How long to deep fried turkey breast?

When cooking turkey parts, oil temperature should be 325° F; may take 4 to 5 minutes per pound to reach the recommended temperatures (dark meat to an internal temperature of 175° F to 180° F, and white meat to an internal temperature of 165° F to 170° F).

Answered: Is there any way to deep fry something on the stove if you don't actually

Don't fill the pan more than a third of the way up with fat and be very careful not to let it overheat.

Answered: Can i leave used crisco in the deep fryer at room temp.? Or does it have

I have always left the oil in the deep fryer from the time I put it in until it is too dirty to use. This sometimes takes months, during which I occassionaly top up the oil. It hasn't poisoned me yet after a lifetime of using non-refrigerated oil (corn oil, to be specific). As a child I used to ...

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Answered: How do i deep-fry a turkey?

Start with turkey fryer with a low flame and slowly increase until oil temperature reaches 325 – 350. This normally takes 15-20 minutes, depending on weather conditions. Monitor and maintain the temperature. NEVER EXCEED 400F. Recommended Cooking Temperature and Time How long does it take to deep ...
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I know many people keep chickens in cities. I don't know about turkeys. I expect the same restrictions would apply. You need to find out the codes in your city, like calling animal control and finding out what you have to do to legally keep them.