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Topic: Preasure Cooker Turkey Anyone?  (Read 532 times)
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« on: October 18, 2005 07:14:07 PM »

This would probibly be for us canners out there but did you know you can cook a 20 lbs turkey in an hour using the preasure cooker?

Strangers are just family you have not met yet. . .
~Mitch Albom

« Reply #1 on: October 19, 2005 03:15:16 AM »

Whaaa?  Have you done this?  Do you have the directions?  One one hand, sounds scary (of course, I'm kind of scared of screwing up on the turkey anyway).  On the other hand...hmmm, another reason to buy a pressure canner!
« Reply #2 on: October 19, 2005 09:15:14 AM »

Somewhere in this pagehttp://www.recipelink.com/qbturkey.html, halfway down it says:

"Turkey cooked fast ! From frozen to table in 2 hours !!
I have on numerous occasions defrosted a 12 lb. turkey in the flash defrost
setting on the microwave till thawed about 40 minutes. I then cut the
turkey in half and place in a pressure canner and season it. Cook for about
and hour. The meat will fall off the bones and the taste is exceptional.

David Romano"

Which is where I got the idea. . .had already defrosted my turkey in the refrigorator and only had to take the legs off for it to fit in the pressure cooker. . .my 20 pounder was still cooked in an hour, I'd let it get to the boil where it was steaming and started my hour there. . .

Like David said the turkey fell off the bones easily Cheesy Was using some of the turkey in soup and had used a bottle of lemmon garlig maranade.  Then used all the broth in potato soup, everyone loved it!  Fed my Bible Study group Turkey Potato Soup and the InLaws Turkey Tacos last week and weekend. . .still have plenty of turkey left  Grin


Strangers are just family you have not met yet. . .
~Mitch Albom

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