Question about Kitchen Appliances - Others
Commercial Turkeys are pumped full of water for weight and for moisture while it cooks.
Imagine that amount of water out of a couple of million turkeys and what that would weigh. Being sold by weight, that adds up to a lot of extra $$$.
Posted on Nov 28, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the oven was still slightly warm to the touch when you came home is probably fine. 45 minutes was not enough time to get the turkey hot down near the bone, so if it was cool I would discard it. But if you were lucky and it was still warm, go ahead.
Sirwriter - (Smoke and barbecue tons of chickens and capons)
Posted on May 16, 2009
SOURCE: Too big of a turkey
I LOVE these roasters!!! And now you've made me hungry for turkey. Yum!!! ;)
You shouldn't have a problem cooking your big bird in that roaster. You may have a little trouble getting it ALL to fit in at first, but of course, the turkey will shrink a bit as it cooks and it'll all fall into place. When you're stuffing Tom (the bird...Not the guy) into the roaster, you may have to coerce the cover to fully close over the top, but it shouldn't be too much of an issue. I've cooked even larger birds in my Rival 18qt without any issues, other than some that I mentioned above.
I hope this helps and have a very Happy Thanksgiving! :)
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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SOURCE: New Rival 22qt. Roaster Oven
If you want to use it for food tomorrow, you need to burn it in tonight; 1 hour or longer at 400 degrees, outside but protected, to burn off the factory oils, etc. If you cook in it without doing this, you will ruin the food (and the atmosphere) with bad smells.
This turkey is really bigger than Rival recommends for this roaster, so check the size/fit tonight, also. You need an inch all around for best cooking.
I use 325, not 375 as the Rival manual suggests, 4 hours for an unstuffed 18 pounder.
Posted on Nov 25, 2009
All appliances that produce heat have a thermal cutoff inside to prevent a fire or meltdown. It's a shame they make them so fragile that it may ruin your special occasion. If you cross the wires on the sensor it may run forever but might be a fire hazzard.
Posted on Nov 28, 2013
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