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Smoked Turkey

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Andy Allen - Turkey

Here it is my first BBQ War post. And it also was my first attempt at smoking a turkey. Doing KCBS competitions I’ve smoked probably a few hundred chicken thighs. Using some of the same tricks, I tackled the Turkey.

First step was making the brine. Using a giant pot I simmered water, apple cider, sugar, salt, peppercorns, garlic, sage, thyme, and rosemary. Then left the turkey to soak over night.

Andy Allen - Brine

The next morning I rubbed the turkey down with mayo (it’s a great browning tool) and chipotle seasoning.

Andy Allen - Prepped Turkey

Spent the rest of the morning smoking the turkey over hickory and apple and basting with butter and apple cider.

Andy Allen - Turkey

Enjoy!

Andy Allen - Turkey

Battle Armor:

Type of Technique:Smoking
Type of Grill Used:Wood
Type of Wood:Apple, Hickory
Type of Poultry:Turkey
Type of Marinade:Brine

About the Warrior

Profile: http://bbqwar.com/warriors/andy-allen

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I am the pitmaster of the Rooftop Barbeque competition team. Our team has won several awards in tri tip, beef ribs, and pulled pork in addition to the People's Choice award at Smokin' in Mesquite (Nevada, 2010). Our team name comes from Peter's vision that he has on the rooftop in the book of Acts, where God tells Peter to kill and eat, all animals are clean.

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2 Responses to Smoked Turkey

  1. GREAT JOB!!!!! If you dont mind I would love to try to smoke a turkey just like this. You are a true warrior. Please keep posting more great ideas!

  2. Thanks if you have any questions let me know. I plan on doing some tutorials on the four KCBS meats

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