Roasted Turkey

Roasted Turkey

Galaxy Gas Nitrous Infused Recipes

Prep time: 00:15
Cook time:02:00

Most of the people get anxious when it comes to making their Thanksgiving turkey. There is a reason to be! The roasted turkey is the centerpiece of any Thanksgiving dinner. It means that actually a bunch of people are waiting for your roasted turkey and you can’t disappoint them. This recipe is all what you need. The simplest way of roasting a perfect Thanksgiving turkey that comes out super juicy from outside and perfectly cooked from inside is to inject it with the aerated brine. It is only possible when you are using the Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipe: Roasted Turkey! Here is the best roasted turkey recipe for Thanksgiving that promises all juiciness and flavor you can expect without stress. This roasted turkey is not only easy to make, but it will also exceed the expectations as the main course in your Thanksgiving feast. The actual secret to baking a perfectly moist roasted turkey is to prevent it from getting overcooked. Baking for a long time dries out the meat, and therefore using just the right temperatures for accurate time will help you make a moist, juicy turkey.

Ingredients

  • Turkey – 12 – 15 pounds thawed
  • Salt – to taste
  • Rosemary – 1 teaspoon – chopped
  • Sage – 1 teaspoon – chopped
  • Onion – 1 – sliced
  • Head of garlic – 1 – cut in half
  • Vegetable oil – to baste
  • Salt – ½ cup
  • Sugar – ½ cup
  • Crushed pepper – 1 teaspoon
  • Vinegar – ½ cup
  • Water – 1 liter
  • Allspice – 1 teaspoon
  • Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser - 1
  • Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Charger - 1

Instructions

  1. Heat all the ingredients of the brine until the salt and sugar dissolve completely.
  2. Place the brine solution in the refrigerator for four hours.
  3. Pour in the Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser through a sieve and funnel.
  4. Charge with one Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Charger and insert a thin nozzle that you can use to inject the infused brine into the turkey.
  5. In a large container, place the thawed turkey and inject the brine into the meat. Focus more on areas where the meat is tougher.
  6. Also, inject the brine between skin and meat.
  7. Let it rest in the fridge for at least twenty-four hours.
  8. Place the turkey in a roasting pan and drain most of the moisture.
  9. Now rub with rosemary, sage, and salt and smear with oil.
  10. Place the garlic and onion in the cavity.
  11. Place in a preheated oven and cook at 500 degrees Fahrenheit for 20 minutes.
  12. Then lower the temperature and bring it to 325 degrees Fahrenheit. Cook for two hours or more if required.
  13. When you insert a thermometer, the internal temperature from the thickest part should be at least 160 degrees Fahrenheit.
  14. Remove from the oven and rest it for 20 minutes before carving it, then remove the garlic and onion.

Tips

How to cook a roasted turkey – all you need to know about roasting a perfect turkey:
How to choose the right size turkey?
A turkey that does not make a great leftover, yet it does feed the people until they are full is what you need. Approximately you will need 1.5 pounds of turkey per person. By this formula, a feast for six people will require a 10 pounds turkey.
How to defrost the turkey?
For every five-pound of weight, the turkey will require a day in the fridge to thaw completely. By this formula, your ten pounds turkey will require two days. It is essential to put the turkey in a pan or a cookie sheet to prevent its liquids from spoiling your fridge.
Is it necessary to wash the turkey?
It isn’t it is bad. By washing turkey in your sink, you are just going to contaminate the sink. Baking the turkey kills all sorts of microorganisms present on the surface of the turkey, so there is no need to worry about them. Just dry the turkey with the help of a paper towel and follow your recipe.
Is it a good idea to baste the turkey?
There is no need to baste a turkey to give it a golden brown color. For basting, you will constantly open your oven and lower its temperature, resulting in an increased cooking time. Smear a herb mixture on the skin, and you will get a crisp, brown turkey.
Is stuffing the turkey a good idea?
No, it’s not a great idea to stuff the inner cavity of the turkey. Anything added in the central part will take a lot more time to reach the cooking temperatures. This prolonged cooking causes an overcooked, dry turkey. The best way is to cook the desired stuffing separately in a casserole and then fill it inside afterward. Onion, herbs, carrots, celery, apples, or citrus make flavorful stuffing.
Is it necessary to test the turkey with a thermometer?
The temperature at which the turkey gets cooked is 165 degrees Fahrenheit. You can accurately check the temperature by testing the turkey right inside the oven. Some people wrap the turkey inside a foil when the inner temperature reaches 160 degrees Fahrenheit. It results in a moist and tender product.
How much time is sufficient to rest a turkey after it is baked?
Once the turkey is fully cooked and removed, is that the oven, it is good to rest for 15 minutes to 40 minutes. It is better to tent the turkey with foil during this time.
Is it necessary to buy an expensive roasting pan for the turkey?
You can make use of any large-sized roasting pan that you own. You can also use a casserole dish that is large enough to hold the turkey. Another reasonable option is using a disposable foil roasting pan from Walmart if you use it. It a disposable foil pan; layer the bottom with chopped vegetables so that the turkey is elevated slightly.

Have the best holiday meal by pairing this roasted turkey with the Galaxy Gas Pineapple Caramel Casserole!

Photo by Claudio Schwarz