My dog thinks so too, a piece fell while carving and although she usually will not touch stuff that is not given to her, she was all over that fried skin.
BTW for those of you who do deep fry, there is usually someone on craigslist that will pick up your used oil to convert it into fuel for their vehicles. So not only is deep frying yummy, fast, entertaining, it also is somewhat 'green'.
You can, after it has cooled, strain it and put it back in the original containers for use later. Recycling...all good stuff...
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Ooh, pratt55 and Hubby55, that turkey looks so delicious. Yum! Thanks for taking time to post your deep frying adventures here on MiceChat. I love how creative you are able to write about it. It put a big smile on my face.
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Re: Deep Fried Turkey
Looks good. I let my brother BBQ two turkey breasts, for five people we didn't need the whole production.
A few things: First, that single 2-1/2-pound fire extinguisher isn't nearly enough if it decides to go up - or worse, the fryer gets tipped over. Have a couple of 5-pounders minimum, and a charged garden hose.
For those who think the turkey isn't flavorful enough, they make liquid marinades specially for fried turkeys - injected with a big hypo syringe the day before, and allowed to soak in.
Refrigerate the used fryer oil till next time - even after straining there's still "bits" in there that can go bad. I have Cambro poly tubs 6 & 12 Qt. (Smart & Final) that fit in the back fridge. The peanut oil in the jug is clean, and only needs to be kept cool.