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Just talked to DS who has a huge "Early Thanksgiving" party the Saturday before. He makes
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Posted to Thread #31186 at 8:20 pm on Nov 13, 2019
a LOT of turkeys and when I am there I am in charge of making my just plain roast turkey. They always fry at least two. He says he is going to sous vide 2 and then put in the fryer to crisp up. He sous vides for 24 hours.
He has one of the big blow torches (not just the plumber) to brown up his sous vide dishes.
His octopus is TDF--does it for 24 hours .
Other messages in this thread:
- 31186. The image of this Sous-Vide turkey does nothing for me. I thought it was fish. [IMAGE] - MarilynFL - 3:50pm on 11/10/19 (9)
- Might look just fine wrapped tightly in a sandwich. [NT] - Marg CDN2 - 8:51pm on 11/10/19
- My mom used to cook hers in an electric roaster - Melissa Dallas - 10:39pm on 11/10/19
- Well, don't throw out the sous vide water with the baby--or whatever. - Charley - 11:57pm on 11/10/19
- I'd use sou vide to make turkey for sandwiches! Dry turkey breast is superior . . . - mistral - 6:42pm on 11/11/19
- Do you think sous vide will make it dry? [NT] - Charley - 11:46am on 11/12/19
- I would think that sou vide would keep it very moist. BUT I have never tried it.(nt) [NT] - mistral - 3:51am on 11/14/19
- Just talked to DS who has a huge "Early Thanksgiving" party the Saturday before. He makes - Charley - 8:20pm on 11/13/19
- Just watched an ATK episode on sous vide and they said if you leave meat in the water... - Michael in Phoenix - 6:08pm on 11/14/19
- That is true--there are "windows" of the best results/texture of the meat. There - Charley - 11:56am on 11/15/19