I know a lot of people swear by using large turkey breasts for their fryer, but I say, “No, you want to use only a few.” We don’t have to go into the fryer and make do with small ones as well. A few larger turkey breasts will provide you with a better fry rate and help you achieve a better fry quality.
I’ve been using a turkey for years, and I still use it even when I can’t find it in my freezer. The big breasts are great, but I’ve had a few occasions where I’ve been making great fried foods with the smaller ones. The smaller ones have the advantage of being easier to clean and easier to cook.
A large turkey is a great source of fat. The smaller ones are great for frying, because they are easier to clean and easier to cook.
So I found a really good deal on a big turkey for a lot less than the usual $3.99/pound. The size is probably my favorite thing about a turkey, no question. The one drawback is that it’s a bit tricky to get the fat out of the bird. It works well for me though, as I keep the bigger ones in the freezer to make great dinners.
The turkey seems to be a bit more robust than I would have guessed. It’s not as sharp as a hammer, but it’s hard to knock it apart. It looks like a good deal I’m hoping to get around to making it a bit more durable.
The turkey is a lot easier to store for longer periods of time. The only downside is that it is a bit of a pain to eat. I’m not sure if the fat is as much as it is made of, and I don’t have a microwave. But in the end it’s all good.
This is a turkey that should last a good long while. It should also be relatively cheap, so I think it will be a good deal.
My experience with the turkey is that it doesn’t seem very tasty. If you want one, you’ll need to get one and put it in your oven.
I will admit that I am not a huge fan of turkey. I think that it is made a bit too rich for my taste. I also think that the flavor of some of the other poultry options is a bit off-putting. But I think the turkey is a good option if you just want something that lasts a long time. As a bonus, it is not a necessity.