How Do You Smoke A Turkey With A Smoker?
Buying a smoked turkey can be expensive, so smoking a turkey in your backyard smoker will save you some money and still give you the tasty flavors that smoked food has to offer. The difference between baking a turkey and smoking a turkey is quite different. A smoker uses indirect heat at low, controlled temperatures to cook the turkey over the course of three to seven hours, using a combination of charcoal, water and flavored wood chips. The wood chips infuse the turkey with flavors that baking or grilling can not. Soak a few handfuls of wood chips in water for approximately an hour. Remove the water pan and charcoal pan (smoker box) from the smoker. Pour eight to 10 pounds of charcoal into the charcoal box and saturate it with lighter fluid. Fill the water pan halfway up with water and insert back into the smoker. Insert the smoker box back into the smoker. Light the charcoal with a match and allow it to burn for approximately 30 minutes until the coals are red hot. Keep the door of t
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