Cola and Bourbon Turkey Marinade

You would like to wow your family and visitors with the remarkable, delicious kind of this marinated, whole simmered turkey. Here are some insights that will give you remarkable results.

-> ¾ glass of Coca-Cola .
-> ½ glass of whiskey .
-> ⅓ glass lemon juice .
-> ⅓ cup of soy sauce .
-> ¼ cup already cut green onions .
-> one tablespoon of minced garlic .
-> ½ teaspoon smashed red pepper chips .
-> 1 (12 to 14 pound) Whole Turkey, defrosted if solidified.

1. Compound all the ingredients for marinade in non-responsive compartment sufficient enough to hold the turkey.

2. Eliminate the turkey from the package; Get rid of the neck and giblets; Place it in the refrigerator for it to be used differently or dispose of. Wash the turkey all around with chilly water, pat dry using paper towels. Put the turkey in the marinade. Cover the compartment. Refrigerate it for 6 to 8 hours, spinning the turkey over once in a while.

3. Preheat the oven to to 325°F. Pull out the turkey from marinade; drain it. Dispose of the marinade. Place the turkey on a level rack in a shallow broiling pan, 2 to 2-1/2-inches down. Brush softly with vegetable oil or sprinkle some cooking oil on it to moisturize the skin. Inject the oven thermometer into the lower thigh muscle without touching the bone.

4. Heat for 3 to 3-1/2 hours. At the point when the turkey is around 2/3 done, cover the bosom and thighs softly using aluminum foil to avoid overcooking. The Turkey is ready when its thigh achieves 180°F.

5. Take out the turkey from the cooking pan. Give it 15 minutes to enable juices to settle before cutting.

The reason for using the cola is that its acidity softens the turkey, the sugar together with the caramel provide it only a trace of sweetness, and the shading gives the winged creature an excellent simmered shading.


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