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Smoked Turkey

Happy Thanksgiving! As the family sit down and offer thanks for abundant blessings, most will probably gorge themselves on one of the most beloved and favored dinner this holiday, a juicy turkey. Since Thanksgiving is just around the corner, JBros is here to make the most of your menu in this festivity. It might take some time in preparation but it sure is worth the wait. You can also include a few of our latest recipes for your Thanksgiving dinner.


White Bean Soup: https://www.jbroscooking.com/post/white-bean-soup

Deviled Eggs: https://www.jbroscooking.com/post/deviled-eggs


Ingredients:


Directions:

  1. Prepare the turkey stuffing. Peel the garlic. Cut the apples and onions in quarters. Afterwards, fill the turkey with butter, garlic, apples, onions, and sage.

  2. Loosen the skin and insert the butter underneath. Pat the turkey with a dry towel to absorb excess moisture.

  3. Smear olive oil and season with Bro-B-Q. Meanwhile, cover the wood chips with tin foil and pierce some holes in them.

  4. Put the wood chips in the smoker and pre-heat for 225F.

  5. Tie the legs together and spray with apple juice before smoking the turkey for about 4-5 hrs. Occasionally spray the turkey with apple juice while smoking.

Stock

  1. Smoke the turkey neck for about an hour.

  2. Fill a pot with 5 cups of water and transfer the neck. Cook on low for about 3 hrs. Add water if needed.

Gravy:

  1. In a large saucepan, melt 4 tablespoons of butter. Add in 4 Tablespoons of flour and whisk until smooth. Whisk the mixture slowly over medium heat until it starts to turn brown.

  2. Add in 4 cups of turkey stock and whisk constantly for 5-8 minutes until the gravy begins to boil.

  • Add more stock if gravy is too thick.

  1. Simmer until desired consistency is reached. Season with salt and pepper to taste

  2. Drizzle on the turkey or serve in a dipping dish. Enjoy!

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