Deep Fried Turkey

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Deep Fried Turkey Recipe • 12 Pound turkey, neck and giblets absented
• 3 Gallons peanut oil for frying, or as needed
• 1 White onion
• 1/4 Cup creole seasoning
Take a large stockpot or turkey fryer and heat up oil to 400 degree F and leave only room for the turkey or the oil will spill out.
Layer a large dish with the food-safe paper bags.
Wash the turkey well and thoroughly pat dry aside with the paper towels.
Now rub the Creole seasoning all over the turkey inner and outside.
Open the hole at the neck at minimum 2 inches so the oil can flow easily through the bird.
Put the onion and turkey in drain basket.
Turkey should be placed in the basket neck end first.
Gradually lower basket into the red-hot oil to full cover turkey.
Now keep the temperature of the oil at 350 degree F and cook turkey for about 45 minutes.
Take aside the basket from the oil, and drain turkey.
Place a meat thermometer into the densest piece of the thigh, the inner temperature should be 180 degree F.
Finish draining the turkey on the cooked dish.
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