How To Cook Turkey In Slow Cooker
The method of a slow cooking turkey is really alluring. If you leave it to cook for a very long time (may be overnight) on low heat, you finally end up with a moist, tender, succulent, and yummy turkey. Turkey breast instead of the whole turkey tastes best, when it comes to cooking using a slow cooker or a crockpot. Trail down to learn the procedure involved.
- Raw turkey (preferably breast)
- A slow cooker
- Take the required quantity of turkey either as a whole or as specific parts/pieces.
- Clean and remove the inedible parts of the turkey.
- Put the portions in a strainer and wash them twice with hands.
- Set the clean turkey in the slow cooker above a layer of fat or oil and any other ingredient of the recipe (veggies if any)
- Pour adequate water (add salt if required) and immerse the turkey in it. Always use 3-4 times the volume of water to the turkey.
- If the setting is high cook for about 3-5 hrs and if the setting is low cook for about 8 hrs until it becomes tender at 180 degree temperature.
Watch the video below to know the procedure to cook turkey using slow cooker.
Do's And Don'ts:
- If you are using frozen turkey, ensure that it is defrosted and thawed before putting in the slow cooker.
- Pour water as required since more water may cause over flowing and less water may lead to undercooking.
So make your Thanksgiving or Christmas celebration remarkable, with lip-smacking turkey dishes using the slow cooker.
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