Author Topic: Smoking a Turkey Breast  (Read 16072 times)

Offline jeff_smoke

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Re: Smoking a Turkey Breast
« Reply #15 on: April 25, 2009, 03:34:17 am »
I recently was in the poultry section and accidentally came across turkey breasts attached to the ribs...essentially the top half of the bird chopped off with skin and bone in place. But, the bird was in a brining solution already. I smoked it with Maple and it came out great. For me; that's the way I'm going to do most turkeys from now on, as I don't care for the dark meat anyway. it was so juicy and tender. I didn't have to brine or anything; just smoke it for about three hours and done deal. I wish I'd payed attention to the brand. I certainly will next time if I can find that.